Author Topic: [Esquire Records] ER 1039 + [Paloma Records] PR 005 - Esquire/Paloma Record  (Read 377 times)

Rocco

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There are some similarities between "Esquire" and "Paloma Record". Both albums may be a co-production Allione-Paloma.

"Esquire" is an album ranging from synth-pop and disco to tango and dixie beats.
Despite the back cover only mentions Pasador as composer, the tracks on side two are actually composed by Massimo Trevisi and Franca Poli.

The same on the violet Paloma, Elisabetta Paselli only on the back cover, Franca Poli is credited on side two label.
It is a varied album too, including very nice synth-pop and disco-funk tracks, and much else.

For curiosity both records are somehow part of the Vibrazioni series, as you can see on the spines.
In addition the cover art of "Paloma Record" is quite similar to that of the 1039 LP. It says "Paloma Records" on the label but "Esquire Records" on the cover.

Enjoy!

[Esquire Records] E.R. 1039 - Orchestra Billy Chanon - Esquire (1984) - music by Pasador (Paolo Zavallone), Massimo Trevisi and Franca Poli
mega.nz/#!ATgEgCZa!jK42Z9LG7XK5tlxtGaso5PeLI17kAyDXcsQQ3o0AhvY

[Paloma Records] P.R. 005 - I Dinbar - Paloma Record (1984) - music by Elisabetta Paselli, Franca Poli and Massimo Trevisi (uncredited)
mega.nz/#!ZDpzTS7Z!VAS2vdoyKv1UnhKprQZ--37DkXxCnLaQHBnHIrIgKx4


zibi67

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Thank you very much.

e-lectron

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Excellent! Was looking for both of these. Thanks a lot!

Flemming

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Great shares, thanks Rocco.  :)

LMTH303

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Wow again Rocco...two amazing synth pop galore...all of which are happy musical constructions of its vintage...
Thank you very much once again!
« Last Edit: July 28, 2019, 11:54:42 PM by LMTH303 »

Greta

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Thank you very much for these Rocco. Great shares.
Just one question: on Paloma 005, Track A1 is called "Sed" and is tagged "Sed", and track A2 is called "Time" but it's also tagged "Sed" (the player showed it). Now, which one is the real "Sed" track? I can't find tracks duration anywhere, that's why I'm asking you.
Track A2 "Time" sounds much more Sad (but not Sed, actually) than track A1 Sed. Confused!
G.

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Thank you very much!

Muff Diver

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Also, I second Greta's inquiry. According to the MediaInfo app, both tracks 1 & 2 are labeled as "Sed."

On the other hand, according to Audacity, both tracks are labeled correctly, as "Sed" & "Time."

Without track timings, or eyewitness accounts, the definitive proof is missing. Muff Minds are Inquiring!

Thanks Rocco, for contributing and vetting your precious Italian vinyls.

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Rocco

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You are welcome!

Sorry for the confusion, Greta and Muff.
The sequence of the tracks is correct. I mistook the tag of the second track, which is actually "Time".

May be I was wrong because "Time" is a sad track, like Greta said. Unlike the first track "Sed", which is anything but sad.
Curiously I was thinking about this when I tagged the file. Italian library music is weird sometimes.

Sorry again, have a good night.

Greta

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Great, thanks for the clarification Rocco.
G.