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Le Isole Dell'Amore (with bonus tracks)

CD (Item 623087) Quartet (Spain), 1970 — Condition: New Copy
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A groovy erotic film score by Piero Umiliani – his soundtrack for 1970's Le Isole Dell'Amore – and it's a wonderfully arranged one by the maestro! The film is apparently Island-set, so you can expect some raw percussion and a sunny vibe overall – but it's actually got a lot more going on! The strings are lovely, there's a lot of groovy chorus vocals and layers of nstrumentation. Simply put, this is Piero Umiliani here – he's a composer who goes well beyond cliched exotica! This Quartet Records edition is jam packed with bonus tracks, too – with the complete original album and many alternate versions and extended bits – with 41 tracks in all! Includes "Le Isolle Dell'Amore", "Tamoure Titoli", "Papete Aru", "Vele Al Vento", "Comunita' Hippy", "La Danza Del Turista", "Corale Isole Dal Tema", "Palme E Cocchi", "Nuku" and more – plus nearly 2 dozen bonus tracks.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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