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Area - Crac!

Area - Crac!
  • Performer Area
  • Title Crac!
  • Date of release 2009
  • Country Italy
  • Style Prog Rock, Experimental
  • Label Cramps Records
  • Catalog number CRSCD 003
  • Other formats CD, Album, Reissue, Gategold Papersleeve
  • Genre Electronic / Rock
  • Size MP3 2644 mb
  • Size FLAC 1935 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 683

Tracklist

1Implosion5:00
2L'Elefante Bianco4:33
3Area 5
Music By – Juan Hidalgo, Walter Marchetti
2:09
4La Mela Di Odessa 6:27
5Gioia E Rivoluzione4:40
6Megalopoli7:53
7Nervi Scoperti6:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CRSLP 5103Area Crac! ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Cramps RecordsCRSLP 5103Italy1975
88985367521Area Crac! ‎(LP, RE, RM, Gat)Sony Music88985367521Germany2016
GET 5103, get5103Area Crac! ‎(LP, Album, RE)Get Back, Get BackGET 5103, get5103Italy2006
POCE-1158Area Crac! ‎(CD, Album, RE, Pap)Strange Days Records, Cramps RecordsPOCE-1158Japan2007
CRSCD 003Area Crac! ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP)Cramps RecordsCRSCD 003Italy1994

Credits

  • Art DirectionGianni Sassi
  • DesignEdoardo Sivelli
  • Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass, TromboneAres Tavolazzi
  • Electric Guitar, Synthesizer [E.M.S.], FluteGiampaolo Tofani
  • Electric Piano, Piano, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Synthesizer [A.R.P.]Patrizio Fariselli
  • Engineer [Assistant]Ambrogio Ferrario
  • Engineer [Sound]Piero Bravin
  • IllustrationGian Michele Monti
  • Music By, Lyrics ByTavolazzi (tracks: A1 to B3), Tofani (tracks: A1 to B3), Fariselli (tracks: A1 to B3)
  • Percussion, DrumsGiulio Capiozzo
  • Photography – Fabio Simion, Roberto Masotti
  • ProducerArea
  • Voice, Organ, Harpsichord, Steel Drums, PercussionDemetrio Stratos
  • Art DirectionGianni Sassi
  • DesignEdoardo Sivelli
  • Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass, TromboneAres Tavolazzi
  • Electric Guitar, Synthesizer [E.M.S.], FluteGiampaolo Tofani
  • Electric Piano, Piano, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Synthesizer [A.R.P.]Patrizio Fariselli
  • Engineer [Assistant]Ambrogio Ferrario
  • Engineer [Sound]Piero Bravin
  • IllustrationGian Michele Monti
  • Music By, Lyrics ByTavolazzi (tracks: A1 to B3), Tofani (tracks: A1 to B3), Fariselli (tracks: A1 to B3)
  • Percussion, DrumsGiulio Capiozzo
  • Photography – Fabio Simion, Roberto Masotti
  • ProducerArea
  • Voice, Organ, Harpsichord, Steel Drums, PercussionDemetrio Stratos

Notes

Recorded at Fonoma-Roma-Milano Sound Recording spa/Milano.
Mixed at I.B.C Sound Recording Studios Ltd./Londra.
Printed Inner Sleeve. Insert. Sticker.Comes in a mini LP sleeve with obi and Japanese liner notes.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: BELLE111792 1W
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L244
  • Rights Society: SIAE
  • Barcode: 8 033224 410128

Companies

  • Licensed From – Cramps Records
  • Manufactured By – Almedio Inc.
  • Distributed By – Edel Italia Srl
  • Recorded At – Fono Roma, Milano

Video

Album

Other productions from Area. Album 1975 7 Songs. Rock 1975. Ares Tavolazzi - Acoustic bass, electric bass,trombone. L'Elefante Bianco. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Crac is a music studio album recording by AREA Rock Progressivo ItalianoProgressive Rock released in 1975 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Crac is a music album by Area released in 1975. Featuring Ares Tavolazzi, Demetrio Stratos, Giulio Capiozzo & 2 more. AREA - Crac Jazz music community with review and forums. Released date 1974. 7 tracks 39:56. The album increased the groups popularity in Italy thanks to songs like L'elefante Bianco , La mela di odessa and Gioia e Rivoluzione , which became fixed attendance at concerts. Giulio Capiozzo - Drums, percussion. Filed under Jazz Related Rock By AREA. Members owning this album2. Узнать больше. When touring for this album the band even played in Paris and in Lisboa. Patrizio Fariselli - Electric piano, piano, clarinet, synthesizer. Album Name Crac Type Album. Album 1975. Crac is ranked 15,906th in the overall chart, 2,176th in the 1970s, and 202nd in the year 1975. All songs were written by Tofani, Fariselli and Tavolazzi, except for Area 5 which was written by Juan Hidalgo and Walter Marchetti. Writers Ares Tavolazzi, Paolo Elettro Tofani & Patrizio Fariselli. Chernobyl 7991. Formato: CD , Album, Reissue, by Area. Paolo Tofani - Guitar, synthesizer, flute. A1 L'Elefante Bianco 4:33 A2 La Mela Di Odessa 1920 6:27 A3 Megalopoli 7:53 B1 Nervi Scoperti 6:35 B2 Gioia E Rivoluzione 4:40 B3 Implosion 5:00 B4 Area 5 2:09. Demetrio Stratos - Vocals, organ, clavicembalo, steel drums, percussion. Gioia e Rivoluzione. Дата релиза 1974. A1 L'Elefante Bianco 4:33 A2 La Mela Di Odessa 1920 6:27 A3 Megalopoli 7:53 B1 Nervi Scoperti 6:35 B2 Gioia E Rivoluzione 4:40 B3 Implosion 5:00 B4 Area 5 2:09. Nervi Scoperti. With this album, the band gained more popularity in Italy, thanks to songs like L'elefante Bianco, La Mela di Odessa 1920 and Gioia e Rivoluzione, which quickly became concert favourites. Лейблы Cramps Records. Gioia E Rivoluzione. Labels Cramps Records. Band Name Area. L'elefante Bianco. Crac is the third album of the Jazz fusion band Area and was released in 1975. The third mid-'70s album from Italy's progresssive rock forerunners Area originally appeared on the experimental Cramps label and is reissued here for the first time. Crac is Areas third album, released in 1975. Listen free to Area Crac L'elefante bianco, La mela di Odessa and more. La Mela Di Odessa 1920. With this album, the band gained more popularity in Italy, thanks to songs like L'elefante Bianco, La Mela di Odessa 1920 and Gioia e Rivoluzione, which quickly became concert favourites. Only for completionists 1. Listen free to Area Crac L'elefante bianco, La mela di Odessa and more. Area 5. Favoring incredibly complex rhythms à la King Crimson, the group's fusion of folk and ethnic music, leftist political diatribe, and free jazz and hard rock coalesces into a distinctive sound further accented by the abstractions of vocalist Demitrio Stratos. Buy this album. More Area albums. The third mid-'70s album from Italy's progresssive rock forerunners Area originally appeared on the experimental Cramps label and is reissued here for the first time. Crac Area. Crac Q&A. Favoring incredibly complex rhythms à la King Crimson, the group's fusion of folk and ethnic music, leftist political diatribe, and free jazz and hard rock coalesces into a distinctive sound further accented by the abstractions of vocalist Demitrio Stratos