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TRACKS: 12 LENGHT: 40’31” YEAR: 1971 FORMAT LP 150g PRICE € 24,95
For   art   in   general,   describing   the   feelings   is   a   constant   challenge   that,   we   regret   to say,   is   almost   never   successful.   The   description   of   the   topic   that   we   are   dealing   with, which   is   always   very   personal,   can   become   either   too   banal   or   overly   dramatic,   if   not thorough.      In   most   cases,   the   drug   is   considered   too   much   or   too   highlighted   given   its inevitable   cause   and   effect   on   any   person   who   was   the   victim   of   this   unfortunate traumatic    substance.    Among    the    various    arts    only    music    can,    and    not    always, rebalance   and   re-create   those   deep   moods   that   make   strong      any   real   feeling,   as   long as    the    composer    who    is    currently    dealing    with    these    sensitive    topics,    is    a    great Maestro,   or   as   in   our   case,   a   collection   of   great   masters,   among   which   stands   out   the name of Ennio Morricone. The   music,   if   it   is   well   conceived,   well-orchestrated   and   well   done,   touching   those strings   that   are   secretly   hidden,   enables   to   revive   feelings   that   are   deeply   hidden   and personal,   projecting   the   listener   on   an   ever-changing   sensory   world.      If   the   same authors   who   have   composed   the   music   also   play   it,   the   result   is   extremely   positive because    they    give    us    back    full    musically    their    own    feelings    so    processed    and amplified. One   of   the   most   thorny   and   sensitive   issues   that   engage   and   disrupt   our   society   is undoubtedly   that   of   the   drug   and   those   using   it. To   create   artistically   and   musically   this distressing   subject   is   a   hazard   few   musicians   have   been   challenging   themselves directly. The   group   of   masters   of      “La   Nuova   Consonanza”   is   committed   not   only   in   this rough   and   dangerous   topic,   but   they   explored   it   ,   musically   highlighting   the   difference between    a    substance    and    the    other,    arguing    the    lifestyles    to    which    social    drug reference. The   first   ominous   song   "Warum"   (Why   'in   German),   tells   us   that   the   teachers   have asked   themselves   what   is   the   trigger   that   has   a   pressing   need   of   the   drugs   and   they immediately   understood   that   the   main   cause   is   a   request   for   help,   musically   well- evidenced   by   the   trumpet   played   by   Maestro   Morricone   that   imitates   to   perfection   a strangled   cry   accompanied   by   a   slow   background   of   drums   and   distorted   guitar,   while other    instruments    are    involved    in    sporadically    emphasizing    a    state    of    constant discomfort.   Then,   the   rhythm   suddenly   becomes   insistent,   almost   bad,   as   if   anger   had reached   its   climax   and   something   inside   finally   broke   and   then   back   to   the   same   initial state of mind. In   RAPTUS   the   music   gives   a   pulse   of   high   intensity   leading   to   a   state   of   anxiety   and   it portrays   a   state   of   mind   where   you   feel   a   momentary   loss   of   ability   to   understand   and a compressed  violence ready to explode. Percussion   instruments,   membranophones   and   idiophones,   are   used   to   describe   the song "AGHI". The   extreme   use   of   timbre   and   sound   capabilities   of   these   tools   and   their   wise overlap   do   not   make   us   regret   the   absence   of   traditional   acoustic,   electric   or   electronic instruments,   and   it   emphasizes   the   aspect   of   cold   metal   needles   that   inject   the   drugs into the human body. During   the   mega   concerts   of   the   sixties   and   seventies,   which   lasted   for   days   and   days, the   most   used   drug   was   hashish,   because   it   was   cheap   and   this   drug   flowed   among the youth. “La Nuova Consonanza”  recreated in "HASCHICH" moments and feelings that a boy of that time felt under the influence of drugs. A base made ​​up of drums and electric bass accompanies small interventions of a spinet  plucked with the fingers which reproduces  distorted yet catchy themes. In the central part a melancholy flute is accompanied by an electric guitar and a bass that fade at the end of the song. EROINA, METEDRINA E OPPIO  are similar songs that show, in a purely imaginary way, the more or less heavy effect on the human being that these drugs cause and in these songs every Master has highlighted its interpretive skills by playing his personal instrument.
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CMT 54
TRACKS: 12 LENGHT: 40’31” YEAR: 1971 FORMAT CD PRICE € 17,95
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