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A mix of old school soundtrack modes from Giorgio Fabor – that great blend of jazzy instrumentation and more sentimental modes that you'd find in Italian films of the 50s! The style's a bit less lean than Italian modes of the next decade, but still very expressive in a way that's different ... CD
Very groovy early work from Armando Trovajoli – two early 60s film scores, back to back on a single CD! Che Fine Ha Fatto Toto Baby has all the great jaunty jazzy elements we love in Trovajoli's late 60s material – that keen ear for cool sounds and unusual phrases, but never in a way ... CD
The great Piero Piccioni at the height of his powers – working here on a sublime spy soundtrack from the 60s! The record's got a really wonderful sound right from the start – lots of cool Hammond organ lines that bubble and shimmer in ways that are quite different than the use of the ... CD
A very different western score than usual spaghetti set – and a record that's much more in the mode of some of Ennio Morricone's best music of the time! There's a light, dreamy feel to some of the best tracks – that evolution of 60s bossa styles that happened in Italian cinema, mixed ... CD
One of the moddest soundtracks of the 60s Italian scene – a great blend of jazzy riffing, bassy bouncing, and some occasional cool vocal touches – all put together in a way that features lots of short tunes all grooving around one another! The approach often has the music coming out in ... CD
A horror soundtrack, but one with some surprisingly groovy moments too – a few key cuts that step out with a bit of a bounce amidst some of the darker orchestrations – and really help bring a nice sense of balance to the record! There's some bubbling organ that percolates at some of ... CD
Two cool comedy soundtracks from the Italian scene – both penned by sensual maestro Nico Fidenco! Che Casino Con Pierino has a playful 80s vibe – filled with the sort of bouncy melodies that came into Italian comedies strongly at the time – and done in a nice mix of ... CD
A sweet soundtrack to the mid 70s Italian erotic comedy Cugini Carnali by Claudio Mattone – pretty elegant stuff, which ranges from dreamy bossa styled numbers to lightly jazzy groovers! Airy arrangements of strings, vibes, percussion, piano, wordless vocals and more. Includes "Cugun ... CD
A 70s Italian film score by Gianni Marchetti – his work for Nipoti Miei Diletti from '74 – a mix of delicate piano, acoustic guitars, strings and female wordless vocals – plus some more playful material! It's rolls from 70s European film sounds that evoke that era pretty ... CD
Stark sounds from Ennio Morricone – a moody soundtrack from the start of the 80s, and a bit obscure in the Morricone canon – but also a real overlooked gem that's got a feel that's quite different from some of the maestro's bigger work of the time! There's a spare, stepping quality to ... CD
Sensual soundtracks from German maestro Peter Thomas – very groovy music recorded for two sex-ed films of the late 60s! The sounds here are every bit as wonderful as those we've come to love in Thomas crime and sci-fi scoring – lots of cool 60s instrumentation on keyboards, funky drums ... CD