A couple of groovy film scores from Italian soundtrack maestro Franco Micalizzi – the western Sei Iellato, Amico Hai Incontrato Sacramento and the giallo I Due Volti Della Paura – both with airy vocal bits with Edda Dell'Orso! Sei Iellato, Amico Hai Incontrato Sacramento has lots of the groovy, wandering and wavering atmosphere of the late 60s/
early 70s school of pulp western – with some nice southwestern style brass, sweet voice bits, harmonica, and eclectic string elements! Titles include "Sacremento" (parts I, II & III), "Senza Paura", "Mexico", "Jesus We Love You", "Colline Verdi", "Do You Remember The Moon?", "O Cielo Negli Occhi" (parts I & II), "Senza Via D'Uscita" and more. I Due Volti Della Paura is in some ways textbook early 70s giallo – with an uncommon mastery in it's blend of disparate elements – such as tension-building strings, spooky vocal bits, chimes, keys and percussion. Titles include "Sospetto", "Al Campo Di Golf", "Gimkana", "Una Corsa Verso La Verita'", "Tensione Sommessa", "Beat For Two", "Pedinamento" and more.