Vai!" (1974) Directed by Elio Petri, has unfortunately been completely lost. Parts of the soundtrack, however, remain - and if it is any indicator of what the film is like, then it really was a monumental piece of film. The soundtrack to "Vai! Vai! Vai!" has everything: Happy, sad, sexy, sultry, smooth, sensual, erotic, romantic, sexy, and most importantly, it evokes an era which we lament for having long since passed away; faded into the ether of time. So give yourself the gift of sweet reverie in the form of a trip to an age long gone, but not forgotten. Trust me, you deserve. Cassette + Digital Album. Listen to that sweet sound magnet roll by! This cassette contains both the music from the long lost film "Vai!Vai!Vai!" and the first conceptual recording by ENPSE, The Ensemble For The Exploration of Collective Sound Exploration. Not to be passed up! Includes unlimited streaming of Vai! Vai! Va! (Musica dal filmato originale) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
TREDICI BACCI is: Sami Stevens: voice Ezra Weller: tromba Daniel Pencer: sassofono tenore Borey Shin: fisarmonica Alec Watson: tastiere Sam Lisbeth: chitarra acoustica Ethan T. Parcell: percussione Jesse Heasly: basso elettrica Abigale Reismann: violini Hannah Bureau: violini Abby Swidler: violini Maria Van Der Sloot: violini Alexandra Simpson: viola Katherine McShane: violoncello Simon "Lixardo" Hanes: chitarra electric. If you like Tredici Bacci, ENPSE, you may also like: Sequesterer by Alarmist. The Dublin trio melds post-rock and jazz, adding electronic touches, for a signature sound that's energetic, spacious, and resonant. Bandcamp New & Notable Jul 2, 2019.
omaggio o Roland Kayn, LaMonte Young, e bambini di tutto il mondo. madrigali con voci e strumenti. con un colpo discotecha.
Vai! (Musica dal filmato originale), Concetti, 2015. Papa Schizzare, 03:50. L'amore e la tragedia sul treno, 06:24. Sesso in Futuro, 02:37. frattal caldi, 03:26.
Tredici's debut album, Amore per Tutti, finds guest vocalists navigating Hanes's marvelously arranged kitsch-pop fantasias.
Tredici Bacci bandleader Simon Hanes really loves the work of Italian film composer Ennio Morricone. Hanes’ love isn't subtle. Even if he didn't discuss Morricone so much in the press, the Morricone influence literally screams out at you from the music on Tredici Bacci’s debut full-length, Amore Per Tutti. Deriving its title from Fellini’s Nino Rota-scored classic Juliet of the Spirits, Amore Per Tutti is nothing if not defined by Hanes’ college-age immersion into 1950s and ’60s Italian cinema as his attraction to Morricone grew into an obsession. Meanwhile, the album doesn’t attempt to recreate the musty ambience of old film. Instead of making you feel like an archivist poring over film footage and academic texts written by grad students, the music's crisp production feels very much anchored in the moment, which only accentuates the music’s springy good-time bounce, and very nearly passes Morricone off as party music. It would have to be a certain type of party, of course, but one imagines Hanes wants us to crank the music up and have fun rather than sit there namedropping cinematic references for sport.
|A1||–Tredici Bacci||Papa Schizzare|
|A2||–Tredici Bacci||L'amore e la tragedia sul treno|
|A3||–Tredici Bacci||Sesso in Futuro|
|B2||–ENPSE||omaggio o Roland Kayn, LaMonte Young, e bambini di tutto il mondo|
|B3||–ENPSE||madrigali con voci e strumenti|
|B4||–ENPSE||con un colpo discotecha|