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Elio e le Storie Tese — Mustasì
Album: Craccraccriccrecr
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6.2

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Total ratings: 268









Released: 1999
Length: 3:00
Plays (last 30 days): 0
(instrumental)
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 eliaspace wrote:
I can't belive it! Elio e le Storie Tese!! ahaha! Very good choice man!! And your pronunciation is very good! {#Cheesygrin}
 
I agree with this :)
side note: there are more interesting and better tunes from them, this is not their classical style
Crazy cover but too noodly.
If you like this try listening to a another similar great band called Get The Blessing
I am digging the bass on this track. 
And that album cover...wow, just wow!
 gallardo wrote:
Very original Album cover!

  You bet !


Finally! Out of the tracks of spaghetti mandolino pizza mamma..... keep searching, got some tunes of mine for here {#Cheesygrin}

Grazie!
Nice! Sounds really good on my stereo also. {#Yes}
Very original Album cover!
Fantastic. And the album cover is very cool. Thanks for everything Bill and Rebecca. Much Love.
I can't belive it! Elio e le Storie Tese!! ahaha! Very good choice man!! And your pronunciation is very good! {#Cheesygrin}
 stargazer1 wrote:

Me too. I've been listening to a lot of Weather Report lately.

 
Ditto, that's who I thought it was as I was running water, doing dishes with this quietly in the background.  I like it, and the bass reminds me of the bassist who stepped in after Jaco died, I think his name is Dexter Johnson IIRC.  Weather Report was one of my favorite live bands.  I really miss the new ground they constantly tilled.


torino390 wrote:
I think this sits in the love/hate section. It's a no from me, sorry.

 

NEVER be sorry for your opinion.
Very reminiscent of  jazz fusion band The Yellowjackets.
Very abstract, I don't know how I feel about it. It's like deconstructed jazz, I didn't even think that was possible.
I think this sits in the love/hate section. It's a no from me, sorry.
 shayde wrote:
Reminds me a lot of Weather Report.
 
Me too. I've been listening to a lot of Weather Report lately.
Very nice. Dig that album cover. And what a great segue to Ian Brown, Kiss Ya Lips - didn't even notice where one song ended and the next started.
radiojunkie wrote:
Manhard Eicher, wasn't it? I think Pat Metheny originally recorded for them. They put out great quality stuff.
Yep you guys got it. Metheny put out some awesome records on the ECM label back in the day. Check out Bright Size Life, The White Album, and Offramp. I had to check in to make sure this wasn't Jaco.
shayde wrote:
Reminds me a lot of Weather Report.
my thoughts exactly. I get alot of Zawinul out of it. but the bass could go jaco or victor wooten.
Al DiMeola meets Bela Fleck... minus the fretboard wizardry? not bad.
Reminds me a lot of Weather Report.
Does it EVER end?
parrothead wrote:
Great CD cover,now I know how I'm going to dress for Halloween.The music is not bad either...........
Just don't aim in the direction of people or fragile glasswork when you need to sneeze :wink:
Super saucy bass work here. Great stuff
the greatest thing of this band are the lyrics.. something like surrealistic and non-sense.. very hilarious!
Great CD cover,now I know how I'm going to dress for Halloween.The music is not bad either...........
quite the intro, lets see for the rest of the tune........Hmmmmm lets just call it a seque (sp?) song.
smyrgel wrote:
It reminds me at records from ECM, a german jazz label. One of the jazz & fusion labels in the world, with an absolutely fresh and individual colour of sound.
Manhard Eicher, wasn't it? I think Pat Metheny originally recorded for them. They put out great quality stuff.
It reminds me at records from ECM, a german jazz label. One of the jazz & fusion labels in the world, with an absolutely fresh and individual colour of sound.
Jazzy (fusion-y?) set! Wicked cool! :drummer: (pimp) :guitarist:
:drummer: Oh yeaaaahhhhhh!
awesome Bass and drum break. who are these guys?
(pimp)
8)
Alchemist wrote:
If you like this, check out "Flim & the BB's". As I understand it, the first band ever to be recorded digitally, on prototype recording equipment from 3M. The album never made it to CD, though, because the equipment was destroyed before CD's were invented :rolleyes:
Whatchu Talkin' 'bout Willis! I have a couple of Flim & the BB's CD's. Good stuff. If you want to show off your system especially, with it's punchy drums and bass. Back when DDD CD's were popular, seemed that everybody felt compelled to make maximum use of their dynamic range, and it lent itself to some great "demo CDs". Maybe I'll upload some Flim! -mark
This is interesting stuff. It's hard to describe except in the sense of music being unwound or unraveled. I'm truely at a loss for decent verbage here...
If you like this, check out "Flim & the BB's". As I understand it, the first band ever to be recorded digitally, on prototype recording equipment from 3M. The album never made it to CD, though, because the equipment was destroyed before CD's were invented :roll:
Wow :music: the Jake likes it. (pimp) But how does one pronounce the album name :?:
The bass player sounds like Stanley Clarke in his Return to Forever days, doesn't it? Excellent stuff!
Energetic rhythms contrast against a mellow melodic thread--very cool! This has been a great set.
Mustasi, very good song! JJFlash, you're a real pheegaw
Well, today Mustasì went on air for the first time, and no one commented and/or ranked this song... I even didn't get to hear Bill say "Elio e le storie tese"... better luck next time, maybe :)
Hi Bill! I'm so happy you added this one to your supreme playlist. Hope everyone on RP will enjoy this song as much as I do! :) Ciao! JJ