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Franco MicalizziLacrima Movies Trilogy (L'Ultima Neve Di Primavera/Bianchi Cavalli D'Agosto/L'Albero Dalle Foglie Rosa) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), New Copy 2LP ... $38.99 44.99 About May 29, 2024 (delayed)
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(Limited to 300 copies!)

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Franco MicalizziLo Chiamavano Trinita (50th Anniversary edition) (colored 180 gram vinyl) ... LP
Beat (Italy), 1970. New Copy ... $34.99 39.99
One of the grooviest spaghetti western scores we've ever heard – penned for an early collaboration between Terence Hill and Bud Spencer! The main theme "Trinity" starts off with some cool vocal backing by Alessandro Alessandroni's I Cantori Moderni, singing underneath the English-language lead vocal – and the group also make an appearance on the film's reprise of this song at the end of the movie. Other tracks mix together guitar, organ, whistling, and some other cool sonic elements that give the soundtrack a cool late 60s feel that reminds us more of some lost French gem than an Italian thriller! Titles include "Lazy Cowboy", "Un Cowboy e Due Ragazze", "Di Fronte Ai Killers", "Trinity: Con La Stella Di Viceseriffo", and "C'e Un Tempo Per Vincere". LP, Vinyl record album

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Franco MicalizziStridulum (The Visitor) ... LP
RCA/Beatball (South Korea), 1979. New Copy (reissue)... About May 5, 2024 (delayed)
Franco Micalizzi was one of the unrivaled maestros of the action score on the Italian scene of the 70s – and here, he does a great job of blending that experience with some slightly moodier touches – creating a really nice blend of tunes that swing effortlessly between clubby groovers and mellower numbers – sometimes with soaring strings, sometimes with spare keyboards – all delivered with that sweet Euro style that Micalizzi did so well at the time! Titles include "Stridulum Theme", "Here's The Dream", "Atmosphere", "Sadness Theme", "Running Away From Jerzy", ""Hospital Sequence", and "Voices For Sadness Theme". LP, Vinyl record album
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