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Bastardo – Vamos A Matar (with download card)

CD (Item 617180) Digitmovies (Italy), 1971 — Condition: New Copy
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4.70 12

A nice early 70s Italian western score – with Spanish-styled horns, a range of strings, groovy horns and galloping percussion – all the familiar elements, but done with creative style by genre master Carlo Rustichelli! Mariachi music is at the core – with sweeping movements and inventive instrumentation fleshing it out greatly. The soundtrack is peppered by some great use of vocalists – whether it's lovely female singing or the yelping, hooting and hollering crowd chatter. 28 tracks in all: the soaring title and finale sequences of the title theme and various sequences in between – plus "I Soldati Blue", "Amore Nonostante Tutto" and "Caco El Bastardo". (Limited edition.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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