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A great little Morricone soundtrack – later than most of the classic work, but done for a French thriller that starred Jean-Paul Belmondo, with some great spare compositions that have slight romantic French soundtrack touches! There's some great numbers that feature Morricone's style of ... CD
Quite an unusual little collection of Italian soundtrack grooves – one that goes for the "whole picture" of the listening experience, in order to create a mini-movie in sound! Things start out spare and jazzy – with a flavor that's like some of the best Italian jazz scores of ... CD
The cinecocktail here is a heady one – a rougher, rawer brew of tunes than the previous two volumes – all pulled from some of the best Italian cop films of the 70s! The sounds are a sophisticated mix of jazzy instrumentation and larger orchestrations – often touched with a bit of ... CD
Stelvio Cipriani at his slinky 70s best – serving up a soundtrack that's maybe got a lot more class and care than you'd guess from the schlocky image on the cover! As with some of Cipriani's love-oriented scores of the time, the keyboard work here is sublime – either great electric ... CD
Francesco De Masi did the score for this Italian adventure film that sounds a bit like Rambo 2, and which stars agent Thunder fighting against a group of ex-Vietnam paramilitary thugs. Despite that plot, though, the score is actually a beautiful score with lots of subtle, gentle moments in the ... CD
Sweet sexy grooves from Gianni Marchetti – a disco-era soundtrack from the end of the 70s, but one that's also got some of the lighter, slinkier touches of Italian erotic films from a few years before! The main theme – "I Was Made For Dancing" – is an English-language ... CD
Great keyboard work abounds here – in a spare, spooky soundtrack from the early 80s Italian horror scene – a blood-dripping masterpiece from director Lucio Fulcio! Walter Rizzati's music here is heavy on the kinds of electric touches you'd hear from both Goblin or John Carpenter – ... CD
Echoey cracks of gunfire, Spanish style acoustic guitar, and lonely arrangements that swell up and burst out – all the hallmarks of a great lost spaghetti western score – this one done with some nice little comical touches by Francesco De Masi! Per Un Pugno Nell'Occhio is a bit of a ... CD
A trio of Italian western soundtracks from Francesco De Masi – one of the greatest composers of the genre! L'Uomo Della Valle Maledetta is from the mid 60s – and has a style that's relatively traditional – with strings filling out most of the backgrounds, and bold horns or ... CD
Bruno Nicolai's soundtrack for the second and last film in the Sabata trilogy from the early 70s – noteworthy for the fact that Yul Brynner took over the starring role, and that Nicolai handled the scoring of the film! Nicolai's style here borrows a lot from frequent partner Ennio Morricone ... CD