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Beat (Italy), 1979/1990. New Copy
A pair of weird soundtracks from Italian soundtrack heavy Fabio Fizzi – the stylistically sprawling music for Zombi 2 (released in America as Zombie) and some later compositions for Un Gatto Nel Cervello! The Zombi grooves are wildly unpredictable – from neo Carribbean inflections, to ... CD
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La Lunga Spiaggia Fredda
Digitmovies (Italy), 1971. New Copy
Early 70s soundtrack grooves from Stevio Cipriani – his work for 1971's La Lunga Spiaggia Fredda – with a sweet range of styles! It's fairly laidback for the most part, with a slow-building atmosphere – with bossa-inspired lounge grooves, spare acoustic guitar, groovy electic ... CD
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Beat (Italy), 1971. New Copy 2 CDs
Morricone fans – this one's got it all! The music is completely wonderful throughout, and a great mix of everything that makes Ennio Morricone so tremendous – a bit of bossa here, some funky bits there, and even some spookier slow passages with a nice atonal feel! The main theme of ... CD
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Beat (Italy), Early 70s. New Copy 6 CDs & DVD
Some of the slinkiest, sexiest 70s soundtracks ever recorded – all packaged together here in one box set, along with a bonus DVD as well! The wonderful set brings together six steamy scores by Nico Fidenco – all penned for the softcore Emanuel films, both black and white, and a ... CD
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FBI Operazione Vipera Gialla
Beat (Italy), 1966. New Copy
One of the grooviest operations ever undertaken by the FBI – thanks to a fab 60s soundtrack from Franceso De Masi! De Masi uses plenty of jazz – some of the crime modes of the US scene of the late 50s, but also a good dose of the Italian styles of a few years later – as you'd ... CD
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GDM (Italy), 1962. New Copy
Lovely early sounds from the great Piero Piccioni – a really masterfully-scored batch of music – rich in complex woodwind passages and evocative themes! Piccioni seems to borrow a bit from the style of Nino Rota – and some of the soundtrack composers who worked on Italian neo-real ... CD

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