Label: BAM - BLP 111 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Italy • Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen • Style: Experimental, Ambient, New Age
Fabio Borgazzi - aka Fabio Fabor - played literally every known style of music, from baroque to satanic electronic, in his library music albums released during his career which lasted almost seven decades. Born in Milan inFabor was one of the great artisans of Macchia Solare - The Astral Dimension - Galassia M81 Italian popular music. Author, arranger and conductor with a classical background, he started writing songs in the 's and 's for Path With A Heart - Sally Oldfield - Morning Of My Life such as Nilla Pizzi, Johnny Dorelli and Milva; he then turned to music for theatre, cinema and tv, to which he dedicated the rest of his career.
Inwhen he released Galassia M81, Fabor was a veteran in the scene of library music, both as an author and an editor. It was the so-called golden age for the genre, just a moment before the advent of MIDI - which made everything easier, but flatter too, putting an end to the Italian Touch.
Avant-garde and kitsch hand in hand, ambient for documentaries and background music for horoscopes Apparently there's nothing poetic here, but the deepest core of this music is full of substance and genius, mixing a classical background with a futuristic twist - something that made so special a lot of the best music written in Italy during the 20th century.
Galassia M Via Lattea. Macchia Solare. Beta Stella Nova. Monte Palomar.
Wrote A Song For Everyone - Various - Chooglin` - A Tribute to the Songs of John Fogerty, Popovic - Mando Diao - Long Before Rock n Roll, Good Thing - Sabrina Duke - Sabrina Duke, Ramox - Recently, Piškvorkáři - J.A.R. - Mydli-To!