End the week off right with some Italian soundtrack goodness off of the new Dualismo Sound label. This release features Paolo Zavallone & His Orchestra and Italy’s own funky drummer Tullio De Piscopo. As you would expect it’s got that ’70’s jazz funk feel to it and is a shining example of the ’70’s Italian library music that was being created at the time. Originally on the Strut Records compilation Music For Dancefloors: The Cream Of The Bosworth Library Sessions (or on original vinyl if you are Marcellus Wallace), it is now available on a very limited edition of 200, hand numbered, and ready to get the dance floor moving. Heavy breaks and exactly what you would expect from a maestro like Zavallone, who lights up both of these tracks like dry tinder near a hot flame. A distinctive sound that will have you dropping the needle over and over again. Not familiar with Italian library music? Here’s a great introduction of just how funky it is. We are looking forward to more releases on the Dualismo Sound Label. This will definitely hold you over for a while. Check out both tracks below and jump to the link to purchase as well. Non ci piove!
Buy the record here.