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Narassa - Guerra E Angoscia mp3 download
Singer: Narassa
Title: Guerra E Angoscia
Released: 1973
Country: Italy
Style: Theme, Experimental, Avant-garde Jazz
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Screen Stage
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 266
MP3 size: 1947 mb

Narassa - Guerra E Angoscia mp3 download


A1 Rommel 2:57
A2 Senza Uscita 2:25
A3 Minaccia Di Guerra 4:07
A4 Minaccia Di Guerra 3:37
A5 Campo Di Sterminio 2:45
A6 Commandos 3:03
A7 Commandos 2:36
B1 Battaglia Tragica 2:55
B2 Battaglia Tragica 2:36
B3 Ora Zeta 3:42
B4 Beat Bellico 2:49
B5 Eruzione 3:00
B6 Eruzione 3:00
B7 Linea Calda 2:34


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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
INT012 Narassa Guerra E Angoscia ‎(LP, RE) Intervallo INT012 Italy 2017
012 Narassa Guerra E Angoscia ‎(LP, Ltd, RE) Intervallo 012 Italy 2017


Rommel 2:57
Senza Uscita 2:25
Minaccia Di Guerra 4:07
Minaccia Di Guerra 3:37
Campo Di Sterminio 2:45
Commandos 3:03
Commandos 2:36
Battaglia Tragica 2:55
Battaglia Tragica 2:36
Ora Zeta 3:42
Beat Bellico 2:49
Eruzione 3:00
Eruzione 3:00
Linea Calda 2:34


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
R/1005 Narassa Guerra E Angoscia ‎(LP) Rotary R/1005 Italy 1973
INT012 Narassa Guerra E Angoscia ‎(LP, RE) Intervallo INT012 Italy 2017
012 Narassa Guerra E Angoscia ‎(LP, Ltd, RE) Intervallo 012 Italy 2017

Narassa - Guerra E Angoscia mp3 album free

Narassa is the moniker of Alessandro Brugnolini, an Italian composer and saxophone player who produced a sprawling body of recordings between the mid-1960’s and 80’s, most of which were commissioned for use in television and film. Among the most sought after, is his 1973 LP, Guerra E Angoscia - his second for the legendary Rome-based label Rotary. The album’s title roughly translates to “War And Distress”, offering appropriate topical insight into the character of its sounds.Wound like a knotted ball of twine, its synthesizer and organ tones, placed against strings and rattling percussion, evoke the human tragedy and madness of a darkening world. A strange, wondrous, and category defying body of work - illuminating the heights of Library Music - another disassociated realization of experimental sound, Guerra E Angoscia, after years of neglect, in the hands of Intervallo, now takes its rightful place in the world.A relic of the golden age of the record industry, Library Music is a body of recordings which were commissioned and owned by record labels, licensed for use within television programs, radio, and film - stock or background music. Despite the obvious limitations of the context, particularly in Italy, many composers found a way to write, produce, and record albums which, while heard by few for what they were, ranked among the most interesting and ambitious works of their era. It is these upon which Intervallo’s focus has fallen - an attempt to free them from the constraints within which they were made, allowing them to be understood for what they truly are.A physiological realization of wrecked nerves through sound. As essential as Library Music comes. Grab it before it’s gone again for good.
Trash Obsession
Like Gerardo Iacoucci (already celebrated twice by Intervallo with Simbolismo Psichedelico and the new Industria N.1), Narassa – real name Sandro Brugnolini – is back in our catalogue with another gem: his second release on the legendary Rome-based label Rotary, which came out after the amazing Tensione dinamica. Guerra e angoscia was born as the fifth installment of seven and, like the previous album (which was recorded with the collaboration of label boss Amedeo Tommasi, the mind behind every release on Rotary), moves away from the experimental and mechanical drift of the first chapter, to dive headfirst in a dark and heavy mood – as the title suggests (“War And Distress”). Guerra e angoscia is truly faithful to the topic of its title – with tracks like Rommel, Minaccia di guerra, Campo di sterminio, Commandos, Battaglia tragica, Beat bellico, Eruzione, and Linea calda there’s little room for misunderstanding – and it does a brilliant job offering library music to evoke tragedies, dark times and the madness of human kind. This is done with wonderful beats, sharp and powerful percussions, grievous rhythms and dramatic string sections. No more dynamism, to quote Narassa’s other release on Rotary: here the tension is just the effect of explosions and wrecked nerves.
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