Wednesday, September 7, 2011


Download here

Track 1 - Drugstore
Track 2 - Marijuana
Track 3 - Performance
Track 4 - Hurrycane
Track 5 - Velvet
Track 6 - Soft Cream
Track 7 - Yellow Drops
Track 8 - Yatagan
Track 9 - Jungla

This may or may not be a library record. Of Italian origins? Possibly. Weird and jazzy? Most certainly. I couldn't find a shred of information about Iglio on the internet, not that background information is necessary to enjoy this unique delight. It's smoky and powerful and alluring. The standout for me is "Velvet" but the rather bizarre "Yellow Drops" is also right up there. At it's strangest points this album almost dissolves into musique concrete, clearly there is  a lot going on in the mind of this madman. Download and check it out for yourself! Thanks to Mondo Ribelle for the link.


litlgrey said...

There is a page at about it, and it was posted before with good notes, at an Italian language blog named Mondo-Ribelle.

house303 said...

Thank you for yet another fantastic library record.

davide said...

there is more than what you would think .. only in italian!

KaliKent said...

You are talking about my Dad. He recorded this in 1973 and rest assured that he has a method in his madness.

Anonymous said...

Can you re-post? THanks for all the rest of this great and interesting BLOG! Doc Noc

rick said...

that song velvet i swear i ve heard that in a a movie