Tuesday, May 8, 2012

A Fine Fix


Portable Madness is the third triplet in the set Falsini and crew recorded in the early 70s. First was a self-titled promo-only set followed closely by Fragments of Light. All three were recorded in their studio on a farm near Florence, probably on the same Teac 4-track used to record and mix this album. All three were released in 1974. The records have similarities, being siblings from the same parent, but also display distinct personalities. This set is all instrumental where Fragments had a few vocal tracks. If you enjoyed Fragments you'll probably be happy with this one, as well.

12 comments:

Marcus said...

Oh wow, I've been looking for this. Link please!

Zeroy said...

Fix

Tex said...

And a sensational fix it is indeed!

Tex
(too obvious to pass up)

Arizona Phossils said...

thannks!

ArnoldPaole said...

Thanks again for another great share!!!

Anonymous said...

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MaxPtah said...

wow good stuff! Thanks!

MaxPtah said...

Wow, great album here, Thanks!!!

basso said...

Thanks Zeroy!!!!!!!!

jon wodtz said...

hello-just writing to say that your blog is absolutely fantastic and a great source of information for me. you have introduced me to many great recordings and blogs here-maybe i should be angry that it takes all my time at the coffee shop now! time well spent, indeed. keep 'em coming and let me know if you're looking for anything!

jon wodtz said...

your blog is fantastic! i spend way too much time on the internet now thanks to you and some of the other blogs here. so much to discover! thanks a million for all you do!

ROOKSBY said...

Thanks for this - it's nice to hear before I buy. :)