Monday, January 26, 2015

Gianni Safred & His Electronic Instruments - Futuribile, The Life To Come (1978)



" What did the future sound like in 1980? Futurible (meaning "futuristic" in Italian) is brought to you by Italian composer Gianni Safred and will take you both back in time and into the future. Safred uses Moog and Arp synthesizers that have now become commonplace in popular music.
These sounds are "suitable for space travels, space explorers, experiments, fantastic adventures, future enterprises, interplanetary stories, important achievements, industrial accomplishments of broad implication… modern scientific discoveries, new industrial events..." and also a Sunday afternoon on your living room couch." (taken from Smithsonian Folkways website)

For you!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

On January 20th, Tuesday afternoon, Edgar Froese suddenly and unexpectedly passed away from the effects of a pulmonary embolism in Vienna.
The sadness in our hearts is immensely.

Edgar once said: “There is no death, there is just a change of our cosmic address." R.I.P Forever Tangerine Dream Thank you your Music electronic Edgar Froese

Zero the hero said...

He was a great artist and will be missed!

Anonymous said...

I heard Steve Hillman new horizonts 1986 very nice album electronic , please upload LP Steve Hillman ‎thanks!!

Zero the hero said...

"New Horizons" is already posted in the blog. Do you want any specific album by Hillman?

Anonymous said...

Upload please Steve Hillman Ashtar 1985 , Steve Hillman Evocations 1985 and Steve Hillman Timelevels 1987 albums , many thanks

Anonymous said...

The bigozine.com site has some live Tangerine Dream stuff up, if anyone needs any of that.

Rymish said...

I wanted to say thanks for all the great music! I recently discovered your blog... and share a love for analog electronic music. I am obsessed with finding albums combining analog synths with acoustic/folk guitar so let me know if you have any suggestions.

Peace!

Zero the hero said...

Popol Vuh and Ghost (Japan) are some bands that use folk guitar with analog synths