Sonor Music Editions present a reissue of Giuliano Sorgini's Lavoro E Tempo Libero, originally released on Goldfinger in 1980. A highly sought-after Italian library jewel with mental disco-funk cuts and sleazy grooves. The music here was used to score various documentaries for Italian Rai TV, Lavoro E Tempo Libero by the eclectic maestro Giuliano Sorgini is another stellar recording from the comprehensive Italian library world, very different from his '70s masterpieces like 1971's Under Pompelmo (CNLP 037LP) or 1974's Zoo Folle, but with a perfect early '80s sound and clear funky greatness mixed with some very beautiful chill jams. An insane set of dark funk bangers filled with drum breaks and beats, different refined moods with soothing airs and lounge-y suites, exquisite flute notes by Nino Rapicavoli, along with sharp guitars and sleazy basslines. Easily one of the top albums out of library labels Usignolo/Goldifinger. Renewed artwork. Remastered sound from the original tape. 180 gram vinyl; Editions of 500.