Weird "best of" by the italian rock'nroll band Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti. All the songs are instrumental, totally re-arranged by italian musician Erik Ursich (active in electronic music and soundtracks), each in a different way (lounge, electro-pop, kraut-rock, avantgarde etc...), all made with exclusive use of old vintage synthesizers (Minimoog, Korg MS-20, Farfisa Compact Deluxe, Rhodes piano, Roland Compurhythm CR-68 etc etc etc). Señor Tonto is the name of the bizarre alien from planet Manubrio...thanks to him this project could see the light.
SEÑOR TONTO - Switched On . by Erik Ursich Bis, released 24 November 2003 1. Quindicianni Già 2. Fortunello 3. Una Terapia 4. Si Parte 5. Batteri 6. Occhi Bassi 7. Mai Come Voi 8. Francesca Ha Gli Anni Che Ha 9. Ogni Adolescenza 10. Quasi Adatti 11. Piccolo Cinema Onirico 12. Rock & Roll Dell'Idiota There is an italian rocknroll band from Pordenone called TRE ALLEGRI RAGAZZI MORTI . which is quite popular in Italy. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 5 EUR or more. Compact Disc. Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Quasi adatti Señor Tonto Switched on . La Tempesta Dischi Released on: 2003-05-03 Music Publisher: on America - Patriot Orchestra & Chorus. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Switched on America. Исполнитель: Patriot Orchestra & Chorus. Switched-On Rock is an album of instrumental cover songs, popular songs from the mid-to-late-1960s, performed on the Moog modular synthesizer in an exaggerated electronic style. It was one of a spate of albums which capitalized on the success of 1968's Switched-On Bach by Wendy Carlos. Switched-On Rock was produced by Norman Dolph who also wrote the liner notes. Dolph worked in the studio with colleagues Kenny Ascher and Alan Foust they billed themselves as the Moog Machine for this and one more. Señor Tonto. Señor Tonto, l'alieno amico dei Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti è tornato. Per l'occasione è stato chiesto al Senor Tonto di suggerire una playlist di vari artisti che reinterpretano in varie sfumature di jazz alcuni brani rock e pop. Quando erano swing. 2 May 2015 . Performer: Señor Tonto Album Title: Switched On . Label: La Tempesta Dischi LTD-004 Type: CD Country: Italy Date of released: 01 Jan 2003 Category: Electronic Style: Krautrock, Synth-pop, Experimental Category: Electronic Rating: 5. 0 Votes: 285 Other Format: FLAC XM WAV APE AHX MIDI TTA. All the songs are instrumental, totally re-arranged by italian musician Erik Ursich active in electronic music and soundtracks, each in a different way lounge, electro-pop, kraut-rock, avantgarde etc. all made with exclusive use of old vintage synthesizers Minimoog, Korg MS-20, Farfisa Compact Deluxe, Rhodes piano, Roland Compurhythm CR-68 etc etc etc. Switched On also known as Switched On Stereolab or Switched On Volume 1 is a compilation of Stereolab's first three releases, and was originally released in 1992. The album's name is in tribute to Switched-On Bach and other similar titles from the late 1960s to 1970s that feature Moog synthesizers as the primary instrument. Switched On was later licensed to Slumberland Records for a US release, and Rough Trade Germany, for that country, both in 1992. Singer: Señor Tonto Album title: Switched On . Country: Italy Released: 2003 Style: Krautrock, Synth-pop, Experimental Rating: 4. 95 Format: MP3 FLAC WMA DMF AA MIDI AAC VQF DXD FLAC size: 1981 mb MP3 size: 1282 mb WMA size: 1148 mb. Genre: Electronic. Download links. Switched On. album, Señor Tonto, the wacky alien from planet Manubrio, and his female robot . with a mind-blowing singing program offers here two free downloadable mp3 tracks and a neat printable cover to. make your own x-mas single. Enjoy this silly seasonal tune and have a warm, alien christmas Senor tonto christmas combo are. Erik Ursich: Synths and Keyboards Roland TR-808, Crumar
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