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Sedotta E Abbandonata (aka Seduced & Abandoned)

CD (Item 612144) CAM/Digitmovies (Italy), 1964 — Condition: New Copy
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A great Italian comedy score from the early 60s – put together in key transitional modes by composer Carlo Rustichelli! The music is a great mix of those older, more sentimental Italian styles with some of the cleaner, leaner, playful sounds that were beginning to emerge in the 60s – served up in a host of short tracks with a great deal of variety – some in a swinging jazz mode, a few in a twist party style, and others that are more serious. This CD version of the score is greatly expanded from any previous one – 44 tracks in all, with great remastering – and a huge amount of previously unreleased songs! Titles include "Ratto Twist", "Corrida Rumba", "Vampata D'Amuri", "Morte Di Ascalone", and "Dicerie". (Limited edition – with bonus download card.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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