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Originally released in 1973 and conceived as a collection of tracks intended for use in TV broadcasting, ‘To-day’s Sound’ has become one of the most popular works by renowned Italian composer Piero Umiliani and is regarded as one of the best of his long career. Umiliani on this album utilises Moog, Hammond and other keyboards and is accompanied by a cast of excellent and talented jazz players: Franco D’Andrea and Giovanni Tommaso (both of the group Perigeo), the trumpeter Oscar Valdambrini, guitarist Silvano Chimenti from I Grès group, percussionist Ciro Cicco and many others. Collectively these artists have been sampled by the cream of the hip hop underground and beyond.

WhoSampled have 5 copies of the album on beautiful double vinyl with poster included up for grabs in their latest competition. Today is the last day to enter so be quick! Entry details here.

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