Sunday, February 14, 2010

MIXER-ANDROS, LP, 197(?), ITALY


Enjoyable and deeply obscure library synth action from Italy. Lots of wacky little thematic chestnuts amiably plonking along in the mode of Eddie Warner's library albums alongside Eric Swan and Georges Teperino here. One for your next space age bachelor pad soiree.

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24 comments:

litlgrey said...

Is there any further information about this?
I can't read the logo at the top rear right... what label and catalogue number is that?
The internet yields me nothing further!

litlgrey said...

Hey also... this archive is messed up. There are unstuffing errors with every file.

vdoandsound said...

litlgrey-re archive/unstuffing errors, I just downloaded this to test it and it worked fine. re info,
this particular post was revived from a long dead blog and I really have
no more idea than you about what label it's on or it's catalog number.

litlgrey said...

Okay dood, thanks anyway !

Anonymous said...

I've tried to DL this fucker twice and there are errors galore. what is your secret?

kingpossum said...

Totally random request...anybody recall the name of the defunct noise cassette label whose logo was an illustration of an old, crazed looking guy with a mustache? Somebody posted all their releases on a site (I think, rather than a blog), with a green background. Sadly I've lost the link.

Thanks to the Mighty Mutant for all the posts. And thanks for any help to my above quandry anyone can lend.

turgut said...

We're back on blogger, please update SilverainTR link as http://silveraintr.blogspot.com/

Sincerely..

Anonymous said...

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ERROR WITH RAR READ THIS:
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Hello fellow Mutant Sound readers, the RAR files are OK.

The error exists because there is a ? ie QUESTION MARK in the filename.

Windows cannot accept this character, however Winrar will extract the files and rename them, but this this gives an error.


THE FILES ARE OK


Mutant Sounds I know you use an Apple just letting you know these characters are forbidden in windoze.

\ / : * ? " < > |

Thanks for posting this album.

vdoandsound said...

anonymous-that's not correct. While the title of this post contains the question mark standing in for the absent release date info, there are no forbidden characters in the text of the actual link. No idea what the deal is for a few of our followers with this one, but nothing out of the ordinary is going on with the contents of this link...

litlgrey said...

It is indeed quite odd, whether the source is an errant character which Windows can not accept - and I must admit, it's not something I'd thought of -I was able to save each fle, but only by clicking to open each file from the archive so they would be moved to a temporary folder, then moving them, individually, to the folder I wanted them to appear in.

It's funny, te logo of that label, I could swear I've seen it before, but with all the teeny tiny Italian Library labels that lasted five minutes each... rrrrg!

EcoPagan said...

Thanks for share, very cool record.
The file is ok, if you open with 7zip you dont have any problem.

Anonymous said...

a very lost little gem, very naive sounds.
Poseurrome

Anonymous said...

Hi there! I was wondering if you would consider posting an article of mine. It's about an up and coming experimental jazz-electropop band about to release their debut album this year. They are currently working with D.Bascombe, the producer/ mixer who has collaborated with Kylie Minogue, Natalie Imbruglia, Verve, Suede, etc.

The band plays jazz music but their songs are also classified under electronica. It's interesting how both jazz and electropop were merged into one by this band!

Tell me if you're interested in posting my article so that I can send it to you. Please contact me at doc_alma_jones AT yahoo DOT com. Thanks for your time!

Cheers,
A.J.

Anonymous said...

Thank you! File unpacked just fine for me. `Course, I'm on a Mac ;-]=.

djh said...

For what its worth I had to change the "?" in the file name to another character before using winrar. I'm on an XP platform.
Unique sounds, *ahem!*
Anywau thanks for this and a million other interesting sounds to all at MS.
djh

Kafka said...

Really though everyone, if you have Windows you have to get rid of that question mark in order to extract the files out.

Anonymous said...

I smoked pot and drove around listening to this album yesterday and it was the funniest thing in the world. The sythn sounds have so much personality.

gerireig said...

the first "party" download asked me for a password. What is it? I appreciate your attention

vdoandsound said...

gerireig-there are no passwords used or required on any posts on this site. I have no idea why you're being prompted for one. Most odd.

alphabet said...

WOW, I'm with litlgrey I need more info on this cat... This is really dope. Thanks man

Likedeeler said...

Thanks! Cool that there's some mystery about this...

ra said...

The label is called SABLE. This record is the only example of the label in Jonny Trunk's book "The Music Library" (highly recommended). According to the book, it's a late 70ies Italian label with little known output and most artists used pseudonyms.

litlgrey said...

Sable? Bless your heart!!

Anonymous said...

Please include this one in the mass re-ups. I'm positive it doesn't work.