Calibro 35 - Travelers, Explorers b/w Stingray (7") (Vinyl) LP - UrbanVinylStore

Calibro 35 - Travelers, Explorers b/w Stingray (7") (Vinyl) LP

"Travelers, Explorers" is a rare vocal single for the Italian cinematic funk combo. Italian cult combo Calibro 35 announce the release of the new single "Travelers, Explorers" feat. Elisa Zoot, an unreleased vocal version of the closing track of the latest album DECADE. "Travelers", which will hit the streets worldwide on Record Kicks, will be a limited edition 45 vinyl. "Travelers, Explorers" is a new epic journey into Calibro 35's world that sounds like a sparkling end credits song of" il maestro" Ennio Morricone. The whispered voice of Elisa Zoot guides the band into a new journey full of strings, brass, synth textures and vibraphone. As the Grammy award winner and Calibro 35's producer Tommaso Colliva says, "Travelers, Explorers" is "Calibro's starship lost in space, searching for a new planet to land onto. This is the ending title but please don't worry! Be prepared for a sequel." On the flip side, two heavy-brass dirty-groover versions of "Stingray", Barry Gray's opening theme of the iconic homonym ATV series: the instrumental version and the version with Italian singer Serena Altavilla. Recorded at the legendary Officine Meccaniche studios in Milan, DECADE marks 10 years of Calibro 35's releases and it's the very first album recorded by Calibro with an orchestral-inspired enlarged line-up. Active since 2008, CALIBRO 35 enjoys a worldwide reputation as one of the coolest independent band around. During their ten years career, they have been sampled by Dr. Dre on his Compton album, Jay-Z, The Child Of Lov & Damon Albarn, they shared stages worldwide with the likes of Roy Ayers, Sun Ra Arkestra, Sharon Jones, Thundercat, Headhunters and as unique musicians they've collaborated with, amongst others PJ Harvey, Mike Patton, John Parish and Stewart Copeland and Nic Cester (The Jet).

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Travelers, Explorer Feat. Elisa Zoot
  2. Stingray (Feat. Serena Altavilla)
  3. Stingray (Instrumental Version)