AFRO DISCOTECA Alessandro Alessandroni

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Alessandro Alessandroni is one of the legendary composers and musicians that shaped the characteristic sound of Italian soundtrack of the 60s and 70s and library music along with Ennio Morricone, Piero Umiliani and many others.
This EP contains unreleased music composed and produced by Alessandro Alessandroni in the 70s, taken from a dusty tape found in his vault. 
The Maestro is best known as “The most famous whistle in the history of Cinema” (it was him on the theme of the famous Spaghetti Western “A Fistful of Dollars”) and as the voice of Piero Umiliani’s classic “Mah-nà mah-nà”.
Afro Discoteca strikes immediately for its modernity and rich textures, sounding unbelievably contemporary.