Excellent stuff from the Italian soundtrack heyday of the late 60s! This wonderfully packaged set features work by Armando Trova
joli, Piero Umiliani, Ennio Morricone, Riz Ortolani, Francesco De Masi, and Bruno Nicolai – with tracks from the films Rapporto Fuller-Base Stoccolma, Troppo Per Vivere Poco Per Morire, Tiffany Memorandum, Dalle Ardenne All'Inferno, and Come Rubare La Corona D'Inghilterra. Most of these soundtracks haven't been in reissue form for ages, and this handsome set puts the tracks together with a very groovy mix that's more than just a compilation of assorted tracks. Essential listening for any fan of Italian soundtracks – and proof that most of these Japanese reissues still do a better job than the Italian ones. Titles include "Arabella", "Diamond Bossanova", "Tema Di Cristine", "Beat Fuga Shake", "Notte Al Grand Hotel", "The Touch Of A Kiss", and "Argoman Bossanova". 16 tracks in all.
(Out of print. Includes obi.)