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This 12″ EP contains unreleased music composed and produced by Alessandro Alessandroni in the 70s, extract from a dusty tape found in his vault. Taken from an obscure Italian sexy-comedy in 1976, presented here in a new edit on 12” designed for the dancefloor. Just say Background Disco and you’re quickly reminded of the super-groovy sound that pervaded certain sequences of 1970’s Italian films, generally set in discos or clubs with a strong presence of music. Soul, disco, and funk tracks playing in the background, between a dance on the floor and a glass of J&B at the counter, that were supposed not to overcome the dialogues. Two of these jewels, signed by Alessandroni for the sexy comedy Frittata all’Italiana (1976, Alfonso Brescia) and previously released by our label in the collection Lost and Found (Four Flies Records 2017), definitely deserve the upgrade to the 12’’ format. Therefore, they are proposed in a new edit designed for the dancefloor, each in a double version: the sung one (by lesser-known Lorena, a member of Alessandroni’s vocal band I Cantori Moderni) and the instrumental one.
Brand new, never played, unsealed.