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✨✧ Edda Dell'OrsoDream Within A Dream – The Incredible Voice Of Edda Dell'Orso ... CD
El (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used ... $24.99
Incredible work from one of the greatest voices ever to sing in movie soundtracks – the amazing Edda Dell'Orso, the singer who provided vocals for Ennio Morricone, Allessandro Alessandroni, and many others back in the glory years of Italian cinema! Edda's got a voice that's often used instrumentally – in ways that evoke the sounds of a theremin, flute, or a bell – lightly dancing along sweet bossa nova tunes, sounding electric and eerie in space age scores, or really hitting some incredibly creepy notes on horror soundtracks. Here, the genius of Edda is perfectly captured in a set of 17 tracks – work from films that include La Donna Invisible, 4321 Morte, Scacco Alla Regina, Metti Una Sera A Cena, Forza G, and others – all great soundtracks in their own right, but represented here by the tunes that have the most beautiful vocals from Edda! Titles include "Seli", "Da Soli In Vacanza", "Al Re", "Poche Mosse All Fine", "In Un Sogno Il Sogno", "La Spiaggia", "Edda", "Violenza Inattesa", and "Quella Donna". (Soundtracks, Vocalists) CD
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✨✧ Peggy MarchIf You Loved Me – RCA Recordings From Around The World 1963 to 1969 ... CD
Ace (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $13.99
Peggy March is a singer with a surprisingly varied career – an artist that most folks know for only her early little girl pop fame – but one who went onto record a very unusual range of sounds as the 60s moved on! RCA was her label, and while she never hit the heights of the charts after her early hit, the company was more than committed to allowing Peggy's sound to grow and flourish – especially on the international scene, where she not only recorded tracks in other languages, but also picked up new non-American songs, and served up very cool English-language versions! This set really does a great job of moving past the early stuff, and looking at this lost later legacy of March's music – sounds that we'd easily compare to the hipper 60s material by Jackie DeShannon, even though Peggy didn't write her own material. The range of studio talents really keeps things interesting – there's even one track arranged by Ennio Morricone – and titles include "He's Back Again", "If You Loved Me", "He Couldn't Care Less", "Watch What You Do With My Baby", "Johnny Cool", "Kilindini Docks", "Eh Bravo", "Passo Su Passo", "Too Long Away", "Wasurenaiwa", "Ne Joue Pas Les Enfants", "He Couldn't Care Less", "This Heart Wasn't Made To Kick Around", "Can't Stop Thinkin About Him", and "Fool Fool Fool". (Rock, Vocalists) CD
 
 
 



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