Author Topic: Your all time favorite library records?  (Read 4170 times)

rummyraisin

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Re: Your all time favorite library records?
« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2020, 02:27:36 AM »
FictionOfColours, you sent me on Dave Snell trip indeed! God I love the harp. "International Flight" is now on my all-time tracks list.

And thanks for suggesting Paul Williams as an entry for synthier library. Yet another YouTube black hole for me to explore...

Bosh_Fogg

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Re: Your all time favorite library records?
« Reply #16 on: July 07, 2020, 07:49:01 AM »
Some lovely selections in this thread for me to explore. Thank you!

Here are a few which I keep going back to:

Alessandro Alessandroni Orchestra ‎– A Trip Around The World
R. Davy ‎– Patchwork Orchestra Volume Five
The Roger Webb Sound ‎– Moonshade
Dennis Farnon, Sound Studio Orchestra - Boosey & Hawkes ‎– SBH 3052
F. Tamponi ‎– Un Volto Una Storia
Basil Kirchin & John Coleman ‎– Mind On The Run
Moods For Drama - Parry Music Ltd ‎– PML 04
The International Jazz Group ‎– High Speed Jazz
Keith Mansfield / John Cameron ‎– Voices In Harmony
Biologia Marina - Rhombus ‎– RM 1051
Nick Ingman ‎– Big Beat

e-lectron

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Re: Your all time favorite library records?
« Reply #17 on: October 14, 2021, 07:07:14 PM »

Paride Miglioli - Moog's Imaginations


Would you happen to have this one digitalized, roope? Would love to hear it!

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Re: Your all time favorite library records?
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Re: Your all time favorite library records?
« Reply #19 on: October 16, 2021, 03:43:39 PM »
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likedeeler

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Re: Your all time favorite library records?
« Reply #20 on: November 26, 2021, 12:40:16 AM »
There is no such thing as my all-time favourite records, much less my all-time favourite library records. But here are a few tracks that I love, in no particular order:

Giampaolo Bellezza -- L'altra metà
Amedeo Tommasi & Stefano Torossi -- Moto contrastante + L'uomo e la natura
Graham de Wilde -- Cumulus (B)
Ricardo Luciani -- Bancs de corail + Dans la grotte
Armand Frydman -- Wireless operator
Karl-Heinz Schäfer -- Accroc + Les gants blancs + La couleur des yeux + Couleurs
Milpatte -- Smurf transistor
Alan Parker -- Ice Breaker
Sammy Burdson -- Roboter at work
Michel Gonet -- Flower dance
Pierre Bachelet & Mat Camison -- Baby bye-bye
Hermann Langschwert -- Integrator
Barry Schleifer -- Sonic rhythm
John Saunders -- Helioscope
Bernard C -- Totem électronique
Guy Warren -- Uganda drums and flute
Johanna Group -- Desert weather
John Leach -- Mary, oh Mary - the cuckoo sings for you
Marcello Giombini -- Disco 3
Bruno Nicolai -- Eclisse di luna
Ettore de Carolis -- Ritmi ferracquei
Francis Rimbert -- L'arlequin (part 2)
Gianni Sposito -- Atoms
Marco Melchiori -- Deserto atomico

At last perhaps, one whole album:

Gerhard Trede Selection & Flûte de Pan -- Magic colors
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