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    For TRS054 we are extremely excited to bring you what is our first re-release. This is an absolutely lovely, and criminally under heard beauty from Italian group, The Doubling Riders, entitled “Garama”. Originally released in 1991 on the fantastic, Italian Il Museo Immaginario label, this is a wonderfully evocative album of old school, synth infused ethno-ambiance of the highest caliber. A concept album of sorts, it references the ancient Saharan kingdom of the Garamantes, who lived in what is now central Libya. Eerie, melodic, mysterious…please discover the wonder of Garama for yourself after all these years...

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    This is the beautiful digipak version of Garama in an edition of just 150 copies. It comes with an inside pocket and a 4 panel booklet. Package design by the inimitable Time Released Sound & Time Sensitive Materials masterminds Colin Herrick and Maria Chenut.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Garama via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    edition of 150 

     $16 USD or more

     

  • Compact Disc (CD)

    This deluxe limited edition version, in an edition of just 75 copies, comes as a set of three hi-res, hand worked color photos of the ruins of Garama. In the form of a tri fold, 9” x 17” double sided poster, each with a stenciled aerosol pictoglyph painting, embedded Amazonite dust, (the Garamantes traded in Amazonite) and stampings. The poster comes in a hand printed envelope with an original print from an antique book on the Tuareg descendants of the Garamantes, each of these comes in an outer, hand colored and sprayed translucent envelope. Each envelope is tied up with a strung set of Amazonite beads. It also comes with a factory pressed disc in a cotton sleeve.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Garama via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    edition of 75 

     $40 USD or more

     

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released August 17, 2015

The lyrics are taken from "Garama the streets of the desert" by Francesco Paladino.

Originally released in 1991 on Il Museo Immaginario.

Recorded at:
Computer Studio - Milan Italy
Tuxedostudio - Piacenza Italy
GAS Studio - Florence Italy
C. P. Mastering Studio - Milan Italy

Digtal master and remixes by Riccardo Sinigaglia and Pier Luigi Andreoni.
In memory of Davide Coruzzi †

The Doubling Riders:
Pier Luigi Andreoni: piano, percussion, synthesizers (tracks 1-2-3-5-6-7-8-9)
Riccardo Sinigaglia: synthesizers (tracks 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8)
Francesco Paladino: Casio D100 (tracks 1-9), lyrics

Guest musicians:
Annarosa Cortellini: voice (tracks 1-3-4-8)
Paolo Pirato: flute, tablas (tracks 2-5-8)
Tommaso Leddi: trumpet, violin (tracks 3-8)
Mario De Leo: voice (tracks 1-9)
Chris Karrer: electric guitar (track 7)
David Rider: voice (tracks 2-5)
Rossana Maggia: voice (track 7)
Maurizio Dehò: violin (track 9)
Silvio Linardi: synthesizer (tracks 2-6)
Giampiero Bigazzi: synthesizer (track 7)
Arlo Bigazzi: drum program, sounds (track 7)
Fabrizio Croce: percussion (track 7)

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