CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
View larger image       Image note

Prigione Di Donne

CD (Item 574124) Beat (Italy), 1974 — Condition: New Copy
Out Of Stock

CD


4.70 12

Alberto Verrecchia's score from the mid 70s women in prison flick Prigione Di Donne – a mix of tense, dramatic passages with mournful vocalism (courtesy Edda Del'Orso, naturally) – to more sweepingly melodramatic sounds! On those tracks, the strings swell up big, as does the piano roll from light tinkering to a heavy plod – and there's more measured, acoustic movements, too. We can't speak for the movie, but the soundtrack certainly has it's charms! 13 sequences of the title theme.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


You might be interested in


Beat (Italy), Early 70s. New Copy 6 CDs & DVD
Some of the slinkiest, sexiest 70s soundtracks ever recorded – all packaged together here in one box set, along with a bonus DVD as well! The wonderful set brings together six steamy scores by Nico Fidenco – all penned for the softcore Emanuel films, both black and white, and a ... CD
Io La Conoscevo Bene
Beat (Italy), 1965. New Copy
Wonderful wonderful stuff – exactly the kind of mod soundtrack we've really come to love from the legendary Piero Piccioni! The music's a very cool blend of jazz and more 60s-styled rhythms – including some groovers in the "jerk" or "shake" modes – all served ... CD
La Moglie Giovane
Beat (Italy), 1974. New Copy
A warm and sexy score from Stelvio Cipriani – penned with a beautiful blend of woodwinds, keyboards, and sweet bossa-styled grooves! There's a bit more fullness here than in some of Cipriani's more erotic work, and a bit more groove too – although most of the music moves at a ... CD
Beat (Italy), 1976. New Copy
A female doctor in a military hospital – with all the goofy results you could expect from an Italian sex comedy! Piero Umiliani's music definitely matches the mood of the piece – plenty playful at most points, with styles that move between clever themes, odd melodies, and some sweeter, ... CD
Roma Violenta
Beat (Italy), 1975. New Copy
One of the greatest Italian crime soundtracks of all time – a totally groovy little record that's done in a style that's quite different than American crime scores of the time, but still completely wonderful! Most of the instrumentation here is relatively spare – almost a small combo ... CD
I Magliari
Beat (Italy), 1959. New Copy
An excellent jazz soundtrack from Piero Piccioni – captured at a great early point in his film career, when he was still mixing in lots of elements from his work in jazz as well! The style here echoes some of the French jazz soundtracks of the new wave – and the tunes often sport ... CD
Beat (Italy), 1966. New Copy
A driving 60s spy soundtrack from Piero Umiliani – and a perfect bridge between his earlier jazz work and his groovier styles to come! The album's almost in a crime jazz mode – ala American work of a few years before – but there's also some sweet touches that definitely mark it ... CD
Il Demonio
Beat (Italy), 1964. New Copy
Definite demonic sounds from Piero Piccioni – one of the darkest soundtracks we've ever heard from the legendary Italian film composer – and a real standout from the rest of his work of the 60s! There's some very oddly-tuned instrumentation on the set – weird organ that's not ... CD
Beat (Italy), 1976. New Copy
A wonderful sound library set from the great Piero Umiliani – and a record that's filled with some of his coolest electronics ever! The feel of the record is very much in keeping with the image on the cover – kind of sci fi, but kind of playful too – a wonderful blend of ... CD
Sebastian (with bonus tracks)
Dot/Intrada, 1968. New Copy
A real rarity from Jerry Goldsmith – groovy tunes penned for a late 60s film about an Oxford professor who's also a spy for the British Secret Service! Goldmith's music is a bit less serious than usual at points – still scored with the deep care and sensitivity we've come to love in ... CD
Intrada, 1962. New Copy
One of the greatest Henry Mancini soundtracks of the 60s – and a record that showed the world that he could do a lot more than just crime jazz and groovy tunes! The title track is a well-known gem from the Mancini songbook – perfect for the bittersweet, melancholy of the film – ... CD
 



Top