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Giusto Pio - Motore Immobile (1979)


Amazing sounds from the 70s Italian scene! Giusto Pio was a contemporary and colleague of Franco Battiato, and this excellent recording was produced by Battiato, and it's got the same sort of fragile, beautiful, minimal sound that made his classic works so great! The CD contains two long pieces – "Motore Immobile" and "Anata" – both of which are slow modal progressions with a minimum of instrumentation. "Motore Immobile" has organ, violin, and voice; and "Ananta" has only piano and organ. Both pieces are fragile soundscapes, hung together as much by the space between the notes as by the actual playing. (dustygroove)


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