Manu's Archeo Recordings specialises in old, lost, obscure and forgotten gems from the rich musical history of il bel paese and up to press the label haven't put a foot wrong. Fully licensed by the artists and original labels, remastered and housed in beautiful sleeve designs inspired by the original artwork, each of the three releases so far has made its way into the bags and collections of all the true heads. This collection of some of the heaviest and most sought after drum breaks in the history of Library Music looks certain to follow suit. The man responsible for these hard hitting rhythms is renowned percussionist Tullio De Piscopo, whom the Balearic brigade will know and love from his classic "Stop Bajon (Primavera)". Before he hit the charts as a solo artist, Tullio worked as a session player with Gato Barbieri, Fabrizio De Andre and Pino Daniele, and joined Pino Presti to form the finest rhythm section the Med had to offer in the 70s. This collection of fierce drum tracks, originally released in 1974 has become a true Holy Grail among DJs and producers so make sure you don't miss this chance to land a copy for less than £200.
FORMAT INFORMATIONLP Info: This release is individually 1000 hand-numbered limited edition. Includes full colour 12"x12" insert.