Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Alberto Baldan Bembo - The Smart Set


Alberto Baldan Bembo - The Smart Set
Label - Right Tempo/Easy Tempo
Released - 1998
Style - Funk, Jazz, Lounge, Easy Listening, Soundtrack, Tropical, Music Library, Lee Library

From Dusty Groove:
A beautiful bit of 70's grooviness from one of our favorite Italian composers! This set brings together 2 extremely rare soundtracks by the great Alberto Baldan Bembo, and they're both a fantastic mix of Fender Rhodes piano, vibes, wah wah guitar, and stunningly sensuous orchestrations. All of the tracks are more lively than the ones on the other Bembo reissue we've stocked, but they're no less captivating, and have the kind of haunting quality that makes the best of these Italian 70's sessions so great. Titles include Tropical Club", "Samoa", "Trop's", "Tema Di Nadia", "Carmen Blues", "Gonzales Go", "Abat Jour", and "Tema Di Barbara". Excellent stuff, and one of the best Italian releases of the year!

Tracklisting:
1. Tema Di Barbara (02:35)
2. Tropical Club (03:15)
3. Gonzalez Go (02:13)
4. Pedro Come (02:41)
5. Abat Jour (02:32)
6. Carmen Blues (02:12)
7. Blue Velvet (01:14)
8. Night Samba (02:21)
9. Linda (01:02)
10. Tema Di Andrea (02:33)
Tracks 1-10 from "L' Amica Di Mia Madre"

11. Savana (03:50)
12. Trops (01:55)
13. Green Sea (02:40)
14. Mubu (01:50)
15. Oblo' (05:16)
16. Tema Di Nadia (03:20)
17. Samoa (01:35)
18. Sweet Oasi (02:22)
Tracks 11-18 from "Lingua D' Argento"


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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Once again dude, seriously incredible stuff - possibly one of the best I've heard here yet.

Many thanks,

TBM

XMP said...

quite welcome! more to come today hopefully - and definitely more tomorrow...

Anonymous said...

Man, that Trop cut (track 12) from this album is just golden.

A million thanks again.

TBM

Anonymous said...

Yep, if y'all fux wid these tracks, y'all most def need to get into Raposo. His is the Original Blunt.

Anonymous said...

Now THIS is how I remember Shopping Mall music, and Canadian FM stations (light instrumentals). I could handle a dozen CDs like this.

XMP said...

That's possibly the best comment ever. Thanks for lifting me up!