Originally released on the Gemelli label in 1972, this ultra rare Italian library gem has remained unearthed practically since its original release, being only known in hardcore collectors circles.
"Zanagoria" is an electronic project from the Italian sound library scene – a record that's far darker and much more moody than other Italian albums of the time – often with complicated tones and elements that rival more important modern electronic composers. This is the alias of "Giorgio Carnini", Italian musician and organist who despite being very active in the 70s, never was compared to the great titans of the Music Library era.
It's a very good mix of experimental noise and abstract sounds that you must listen to carefully to appreciate the atmosphere. Just for experimental lovers.
Later, the album was re-edited in CD-R (?) in U.S.A. in 2005 by "Creel pone" Label and in 2013 in L.P. format by "Wah-Wah Records Sound" in Spain.