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CD (Item 592226) Beat (Italy), 1981 — Condition: New Copy
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Sweet grooves from Berto Pisano – an Italian composer who always had a magic way with a mellow moment, but who takes things in a great new direction on this soundtrack! The music is as sexy and playful as the image on the cover – drawing partially from late 70s funk and club, definitely with an Italian twist, partially from other erotic scores – and blending in some great electric moments, which ring out strongly on some of the album's best tracks. The score is relatively short, but has a nice sense of variety – standout individual tracks, instead of variations on a common theme – with titles that include "Tic Nervoso", "Splendida Simona", "Chitarrino Blues", "Sapore Di Cielo", and "Improvviso Blues".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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