Also see: Arti e Mestieri ~ Romantic Warriors ~ Syndone ~ Castello Di Atlante ~ Tower
From: Mark Fonda <>
Here's a quote from Beppe Crovella in the book 'The Return of Italian Pop' (1996 edition) which is put out by Vinyl Magic:
"I did start a relationship with Vinyl Magic in 1990, producing groups like Calliope, Syndone, Castello Di Atlante and Alluminogeni. With this entourage I'm trying to recreate music that keeps the spirit of the Seventies, without having to deal with the compromises and restrictions of recording labels, a very typical problem in those years." It also indicates that in the Eighties (after 'Arti E Mestieri' broke up) he opened his own recording studio and worked on soundtracks for cartoons. He also produced some groups and had a band of his own called 'Mock-Ups'. They played some of the pieces later done with the Romantic Warriors such as "Butterfly" and "Beyond the Land". He also has a solo work called 'Kings of Clubs' with some of his Hammond Organ compositions. He's planning on a follow-up to 'Romantic Warriors' and a collaboration with 'Mosaic'. Also he's still producing for the four bands listed up top. He says, "My project is to recreate a movement close to that of the Seventies for creativeness, ideology and unity". So if he owns Vinyl Magic it is not evident here... I couldn't find any evidence of who owns the label at their website: http://www.itimpresa.mi.it/vinylmgc/home.htm
>"My project is to recreate a movement close to that of the Seventies for creativeness, ideology and unity".
3 cheers for Beppe!!!! i will do everything in my power to help him acheive his agenda... i will buy all of the above CDs at the earliest opportunity. i will tell all of my friends to buy them as well!
From: "Richard Stockwell" <>
> I couldn't find any evidence of who owns the label at their website:
Mario Massimo is the owner of Vinyl Magic.