Musica Elettronica Viva "The Sound Pool"

Musica Elettronica Viva "The Sound Pool"

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Musica Elettronica Viva
The Sound Pool
BYG Records/Nippon Columbia (Japan) 1970
GET 326 (LP) coated gatefold sleeve w/insert.
sleeve : NM
media : EX/EX+(some very slightly surface noises. last part on side A has one very small and slightly wear that does not affect to sounds.)

Musica Elettronica Viva is a cutting-edge experimental music group formed in Rome, Italy in 1966 by Allan Bryant, Alvin Curran, John Phetteplace, Carol Plantamura, Frederic Rzweski, Richard Teitelbaum, and Ivan Vandor. The group Musica Elettronica Viva, formed in Rome, Italy in 1966, released two masterpiece album from the Actual series of BYG Records in France. The album was released in 1970, and it is heavy psychedelic experimental soundscape that is difficult to describe at all, with a lot of musicians participating in addition to the above-mentioned members and raging improvisations. The next album, "Leave The City," is a Buddhist-inspired psychedelic work, but this album is like a primitive ritual music from an uncivilized third world, and it is filled with primitive energy. It is wonderful. This is a beautiful copy of the domestic release from Nippon Columbia in the same year.

A1: Sound Pool
B2: Sound Pool

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