Originally released in the mid-'70s, this scarce Italian library LP composed by maestro Oscar Rocchi was released on the same Fonovideo label that put out Giancarlo Barigozzi's famous Woman's Colours (1974); Barigozzi most likely played in this session. This is one of the finest records of jazz-funk and breaks from the Italian library circle, with terrific drums breaks, stoned flute, fuzzy guitars, and Fender Rhodes solos. Many tracks here are perfect b-boy samples, and have chipped in to make this LP just legendary. This first-ever reissue is remastered from the original master tapes and pressed on high-quality 180-gram vinyl.
Melissa Written-By - Rocchi* 1:54
Genziana Written-By - Fabor* 2:00
Aglio Written-By - Chiarosi 3:00
Biancospino Written-By - Rocchi* 3:10
Centinodia Written-By - Fabor* 2:56
Malva Written-By - Chiarosi 2:58
Rosolaccio Written-By - Rocchi* 2:13
Millefoglie Written-By - Fabor* 2:25
Celidonia Written-By - Rocchi* 3:02
Ortica Written-By - Chiarosi 2:27
Lavanda Written-By - Fabor* 2:21
Mais Written-By - Rocchi* 2:39
Tiglio Written-By - Chiarosi 3:05
Iperico Written-By - Fabor* 1:38
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.