Author Topic: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19  (Read 6596 times)

Mr

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #30 on: March 15, 2020, 03:56:49 PM »
Nope, sorry. The only two digitizations from this label I've seen are this one and the one I posted here.

Generally speaking, there seems to be an unfortunate tendency that people who have these older Italian library LPs, want lots of money for them - but aren't very keen on sharing clips/rips. Though rare, of course, they're largely orchestral and not in the funky/groovy vein of the later 60's/70's ones that people pay really big bucks for - so rips like this one is really more likely to 'fend off' potential blind buyers than entice someone to fork out 80+ for 'just' something like this.

What I'm saying is, the odds for rips of LPs like this one to just pop up without it being ripped by one of us is rather slim, I think. LMT member MillionDollars, who posted that Discogs entry, I don't think has a setup for ripping records at the moment - but at least it's in safe hands for the time being :)
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a_pylon

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #31 on: March 15, 2020, 04:46:44 PM »
Nope, sorry. The only two digitizations from this label I've seen are this one and the one I posted here.

Generally speaking, there seems to be an unfortunate tendency that people who have these older Italian library LPs, want lots of money for them - but aren't very keen on sharing clips/rips. Though rare, of course, they're largely orchestral and not in the funky/groovy vein of the later 60's/70's ones that people pay really big bucks for - so rips like this one is really more likely to 'fend off' potential blind buyers than entice someone to fork out 80+ for 'just' something like this.

What I'm saying is, the odds for rips of LPs like this one to just pop up without it being ripped by one of us is rather slim, I think. LMT member MillionDollars, who posted that Discogs entry, I don't think has a setup for ripping records at the moment - but at least it's in safe hands for the time being :)

Thanks for the datailed explanation!
Still hoping that MD will be able to rip Insetti, someday  :o
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Rocco

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #32 on: March 15, 2020, 06:11:40 PM »
Thank you Bongo for Fine Time Tonight, a beautiful album indeed!

Thank you Mr for Romantici! I'm very happy with the two Cetra Commenti Musicali you shared. Great!
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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #33 on: March 15, 2020, 08:21:21 PM »
Nope, sorry. The only two digitizations from this label I've seen are this one and the one I posted here.

Generally speaking, there seems to be an unfortunate tendency that people who have these older Italian library LPs, want lots of money for them - but aren't very keen on sharing clips/rips. Though rare, of course, they're largely orchestral and not in the funky/groovy vein of the later 60's/70's ones that people pay really big bucks for - so rips like this one is really more likely to 'fend off' potential blind buyers than entice someone to fork out 80+ for 'just' something like this.

What I'm saying is, the odds for rips of LPs like this one to just pop up without it being ripped by one of us is rather slim, I think. LMT member MillionDollars, who posted that Discogs entry, I don't think has a setup for ripping records at the moment - but at least it's in safe hands for the time being :)

Exactly my thoughts! Altough Italian library seems to be much more rare to find, I've heard a lot of medium ones that are priced too high most of the time ... so indeed: every audiofile is more than welcome! Thx again to all the great people here who share so many wonderful things. My knowledge has grown immense because of you!! I wish I was able to rip, I have so many records that aren't on the web  :-\
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Greta

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #34 on: March 15, 2020, 09:09:54 PM »
I wish I was able to rip, I have so many records that aren't on the web  :-\

Find a way!!!

Just kidding
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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #35 on: March 19, 2020, 06:51:00 AM »
Goodmorning LMT!!!
Today is 19th, the day intended to be the meeting with you all for the flashmob between us and our little (but growing) community.
Here are three upgrades I think I've never seen shared here before. A mixed bag. Not my rips, as always, thanks to the original rippers/sharers.
Let's cross fingers and hope that bat-stard covid19 is about to croak...


#everything will be alright#


1 - [Roman Record Company] - AG 106 - Cicci Santucci, Enzo Scoppa - Povertà   *flac*

mega.nz/#!SLYikYQY!Vlt2qivRwZZ-1qgUz2z-qPoFz-pLW5D8KHwtlPYhJSA


2 - [RCA] - SP 10051 - Atmo - Baroque Mood (1974)   *flac*

mega.nz/#!uaBSxQqb!3E7wZDuqhpbLufe1fxoOsDaG9WJ5akAggjBFV2e1Y9Q


3 - [Montparnasse 2000] - MP 57 - Gérard Levecque, Claude Romat Africadelic's The Name N 2 (1976)   *flac*

mega.nz/#!6eAylA7S!j7rYv_9o0vCyg8LRHRkjha9gWbmrQjX4TJ-K-870ksk
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HAI LIN ZHANG

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #36 on: March 19, 2020, 08:06:34 AM »
Here is HAI LIN ZHANG, hello to you in Liaoning, China.The plague is obviously terrible, and it would be even worse without protection.Although I am not in the source of the epidemic, the local government took urgent and effective closure measures as soon as possible. There is no doubt that this effectively controlled the spread of the disease.I hope everyone can take it seriously and protect themselves.

PS: The above messages are all translated by Google Translate from Chinese to English, I do not understand English

PS2: Thank you Greta for sharing the BRS3, my favorite is the Bruton Music series

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #37 on: March 19, 2020, 10:25:56 AM »
Not really rare, not from the music library ... but it is my contribution from France where we are all confined ... Courage to all !!
 Stu Phillips ‎ Surf... Sex And Cycle-Psychos (flac)

https://www.discogs.com/fr/Stu-Phillips-Surf-Sex-And-Cycle-Psychos/release/1038235
http://www.mediafire.com/file/q0br0f7bw9xayvi/Stu_Philipps.rar/file
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electropianist

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #38 on: March 19, 2020, 11:27:51 AM »
What a great Idea to have this conversation here!

Thank you Greta and the rest :)

I am originally Persian from Iran. Yes,the situation is hectic and in my country, we have same situation as Italy. On top of it, the brutal unfair United States sanctions on my country does not help at all to supply the necessary medicines and other medical equipments to ease this situation.

I hope we learn to live in peace !

Happy Spring to all of you! In my country, new year starts 1st day of Spring. I wish the best for all of you.

Stay strong!
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n6

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #39 on: March 19, 2020, 11:36:51 AM »
Hi,

Don't forget to celebrate springtime ! Here is "Primavera". As elpayochulo said, we are now all confined here in France ... Let the sound in ...

St GDP 110 - Primavera - Bruno Nicolai/Alessandro Alessandroni/Rino De Filippi (FLAC)



https://www.discogs.com/fr/Various-Primavera/release/391839
hOOps://mega.nz/#!rYByGQDT!dE1oSXTxneroGWJ4dLrK40kV-lr4P8MGUke2kSqCHPg

be seeing you...

MetralleTa-Z

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #40 on: March 19, 2020, 12:19:04 PM »

//www.mediafire.com/file/wr4z58u5wwgsqbu/Sport92.7z/file
https://www.discogs.com/it/Ciro-Perrino-Tiziano-Tavasanis-Sport-92/release/12149619



//www.mediafire.com/file/c4lc9r6eygt8oo1/SportSpot.7z/file
https://www.discogs.com/it/Stefano-Mainetti-Francesco-Sardella-Sport-Spot/release/9937778

 :o ;)

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #41 on: March 19, 2020, 02:47:52 PM »
Master Score Reconstruction - OSTs restored from DVD and Blu-ray

Basil Kirchin - 1974 - The Mutations
Bernard Herrmann - 1972 - Endless Night
Berto Pisano - 1975 - Strip Nude For Your Killer
Charles Fox, Toshiaki Tsushima - 1968 - The Green Slime
Christopher Gunning - 1972 - Hands of the Ripper
Dominic Frontiere - 1970 - Chisum
Dominic Frontiere - 1973 - The Train Robbers
Don Ellis - 1970 - Moon Zero Two
Gil Melle - 1974 - The Questor Tapes
Gil Melle - 1975 - The Ultimate Warrior
Harry Sukman - 1978 - Someone's Watching Me!
John Cacavas - 1977 - Airport '77
John Scott - 1971 - Trog
Lalo Schifrin - 1973 - Charley Varrick
Lalo Schifrin - 1979 - Concorde / Airport '79
Michael Small - 1975 - Night Moves
Michel Colombier - 1988 - Cop
Quincy Jones - 1971 - Brother John
Quincy Jones - 1972 - The Getaway
VA - 1973 - The Legend of Hell House
VA - 1977 - Kingdom of the Spiders


https://mega.nz/#F!zxNm3ISA!sM7_EDoLpP2Nnu20ZahXCg

There were others as well, but these are the ones I downloaded.

Saluti a tutti - greetings to all.
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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #42 on: March 19, 2020, 03:44:13 PM »
The LMT community-curated compilation FUNK U COVID-19 is now up: thanks to all those who partecipated!
Enjoy everyone and take care <3

https://librarymusicthemes.net/index.php?topic=4517
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Rocco

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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #43 on: March 19, 2020, 06:28:31 PM »
Thank you Greta and thanks to all of you. Let's hope this wave of great music will help us.

Here are three nice records.

A brilliant Cetra Commenti Musicali LP from the sixties, "Ballabili Vari" by Fabio Fabor.

An obscurity from the eighties by "Diapason Duo". Electronic bossa, synth pop and a few catchy tracks. I especially like the second side.

In addition some heavy artillery to combat against the virus, "Guerra di Cielo, di Mare, di Terra" by Stefano Torossi released on the Octopus label in 1971.
My copy is worn without a cover. I cleaned the rip for this occasion. Enjoy!



[Cetra] 6 MLC 6307-6308 - F. B. Fabor - Ballabili Vari (1968)
mega.nz/#!MHhzUKoa!CbHZnsQ7XbBb1S49f9VEeN7QKwcQ1-6wLj41C8qKxi4



[Fly] FLP 203 - Diapason Duo - music by Elio Polizzi and Claudio Gizzi, lyrics by Roberta Di Pietro
mega.nz/#!NPpRCKzB!1pj29zci_UkD3FrAJ7c3BCjiHyzqYX5pS1o04qJYiZs



[Octopus Records] OTP 0285 - Fotriafa - Guerra di Cielo, di Mare, di Terra (1971) - music by Stefano Torossi
mega.nz/#!wDBS3CwB!hKsXX2uxe92_hLT-qhj9kHEBxbnPclcZz0j8nMOEVVo
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Re: March 19th 2020 - a flashmob of shares to ward off the fu**ing covid19
« Reply #44 on: March 19, 2020, 09:07:10 PM »
Hi, and thanks to everyone for reading this, for sharing great music, and for helping to create a fine community here at LMT.  I hope that everyone remains safe and healthy, and is able to maintain a positive outlook throughout this ordeal.  :)

So, with that said, I present to you a little suspense in the form of Bruno Nicolai's soundtrack for Tutti I Colori Del Buio.  This is a CD rip from the 2004 Digitmovies release, CDDM019, and is a lossless upgrade to the 320kbps that was previously posted on LMT V.7. The files remain as I received them, and big thanks to the OP.

Take good care,
wf



https://www.discogs.com/release/760493
mega.nz/#!odww2KQK!Ll5NeCeGTTRJbw-bCNQOMFuEJkEyhHEZnuaomzsQas4