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Dark brilliance from Ennio Morricone – a great 70s thriller that mixes in some great extra elements with the music! Il Prefetto Di Ferro has a core sound that's very much in keeping with Morricone's approach to crime and cop films – a bit warmer and funkier at times than his horror ... LP, Vinyl record album
A totally great Ennio Morricone collection – with material from some of his best soundtracks, including 4 Mosche Di Velluto Grigio, Citta Violenta, Grazie Zia, Revolver, Spasmo, Il Clan Dei Siciliani, and Escalation! LP, Vinyl record album
A collection of mostly earlier work – with material from Citta Violenta, Metti Una Sera A Cena, C'Era Una Volta Il West, Tepepa, Il Clan Dei Siciliani, and other films of the time. LP, Vinyl record album
Great work from Earl Hagen – one of TV's better composers, as you'll hear from this tight set of tracks! The core mode of the music is crime jazz, but Hagen also adds in a lot of dramatic flourishes and contemplative passages – and the show's exotic locales (Mexico, Japan, Burma, Hong ... LP, Vinyl record album
A great lost crime jazz soundtrack – penned by Elmer Bernstein in the style of some of his best work from the 50s! There's a real Man With The Golden Arm feel here – as the orchestra rises and falls in a mode matching the Staccato title – and solos break out with a fluid and ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the strangest moments of success in the early years of Verve Records – and one of the label's few soundtracks too! The album's one that cleverly combines the core Verve jazz approach with some larger orchestrations by Adolph Deutsche – in a set of tunes based around the ... LP, Vinyl record album
Wonderfully groovy stuff – and one of the best soundtracks ever by the great Italian composer Armando Trovajoli! The record has a very similar feel to his legendary Seven Golden Men soundtrack – with a groovy swinging jazz vocal group (I Cantori Moderni) over jazzy riffing and groovin ... LP, Vinyl record album
An early 70s score for a pirate movie – but one that's quite different than you might expect – which might be no surprise, given that the film stars the mighty team of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill! As with much of their period narratives of the time, the music is nicely mis-matched ... LP, Vinyl record album
A dramatic soundtrack for L'Armata Bracaleone – a mid 60s Italian fantasy action film that starred Vittorio Gassman in a strange setting that was sort of a twisted version of the Middle Ages! The tunes on the set are often orchestral and mood-setting – but a few of the more standout ... LP, Vinyl record album
A weird and wonderful lost soundtrack from Polish composer Andrzej Korzynski – done for a movie that was essentially a children's story, but with a great array of unusual sounds and very cool 80s keyboards! The music is very much in par with some of Korzynski's other classics – and ... LP, Vinyl record album