Two rare 70s gems from the great Stelvio Cipriani – back to back on a single CD! First up is La Notte Dell'Ultimo Giorno – a record that begins with some of the slinkier modes that we love in Cipriani's music, but which also gets nicely funky at points too – almost always graced ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
Giorgio Gaslini —
Un Amore ... CD Quartet (Spain), 1965. New Copy ...
An early soundtrack from Italian jazz legend Giorgio Gaslini – and one that showcases both different sides of the maestro's talents! Some of the tracks feature larger orchestrations – of the sort that Gaslini would do with increasingly avant tendencies as the years move on, but which ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
A really wonderful jazz soundtrack by Herbie Hancock – recorded at the end of the 80s, a decade when Herbie was spending a lot of time on keyboards – but with a rock-solid older jazz vibe that really fits the vintage Harlem setting of the film! The music mixes larger arrangements with ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
A really wonderful Quincy Jones soundtrack from the end of the 60s – and one that's a bit different than some of his other work of the decade! The film's a very cool British heist story, with Michael Caine in the lead – and while Quincy brings in plenty of the jazz of his background, ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
A really groovy soundtrack for a late 60s Italian film of the "mondo" variety – one whose title literally translates as "Excuse Me, Do You Like Sex?" The music comes from the sublime pairing of Piero Umiliani and Angelo Francesco Lavagnino – both well-traveled ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
An extremely unique Henry Mancini soundtrack – scored for this European film that starred Marcello Mastroianni and Ingrid Bergman – with a sound that's almost in a similar mood to the work of Ennio Morricone from the same time! Most of the tracks are fairly dark and moody – with ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
Ennio Morricone —
Atame ... LP Quartet (Spain), 1989. New Copy ...
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Genius soundtrack work from Ennio Morricone – a later score done for director Pedro Almodovar, and maybe one of Morricone's best from these later years! It's almost as if the maestro was setting something special aside for Almodovar – as there's many tunes here that echo some of the ... (Soundtracks) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An overlooked Ennio Morricone score from the late 70s – one done for a b-grade erotic film, but which features the maestro working at the height of his powers! The instrumentation is maybe a bit more keyboard-oriented than a few years before – but handled in a way that really ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
Ennio Morricone —
Thing ... CD MCA/Quartet (Spain), 1982. New Copy ...
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An unusual American soundtrack from Ennio Morricone – unusual in that he wasn't always doing that much horror work in the US at the time, and also in that the overall style is maybe a bit like some of his Hollywood contemporaries! That's not to say that the music is commercial or clunky at ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
Spare and spooky – and a cool Italian soundtrack for this horror film that's also known (alternately) as The Blade Of The Ripper, The Next Victim, Next, and The Strange Vice Of Mrs Ward. The style is kind of a mixture of Piccioni and Morricone – as some tracks have a spare, moody, ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
Dark genius from Italian composer Riz Ortolani – very spooky sounds written for a film whose English language translation is "Don't Torture A Duckling"! Non Si Sevizia Un Paperino has these amazing string passages that really creep us out – played with razor-sharpness and ... (Soundtracks) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
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One of the most obscure 70s soundtracks from the great Piero Piccioni – and one of the grooviest too – a set that has the maestro playing lots of lead piano and organ lines himself, in a way that recalls the dreaminess of some of his better-known scores from the 60s! The film's an ... (Soundtracks) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300 – on heavyweight white vinyl!)
Sublime sounds from Piero Piccioni – one of the Italian soundtrack genius' best moments of the mid 70s! The album's got a nicely laidback, slinky sort of feel – one that's almost a 70s update of the vibe Piero first laid down in Tenth Victim – with snakey keyboard bits and sax ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
A sweet Nelson Riddle soundtrack for a Burt Reynolds caper film – served up with a style that updates older Riddle modes for the 80s, but with a surprising current of jazz too! The jazzier modes are emphasized by a few older Ellington tunes in the mix – amidst newer Nelson tunes that ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
An American film – directed by Billy Wilder and starring Jack Lemmon – but one with a distinctly Italian-styled soundtrack, thanks to the music of Carlo Rustichelli! Rustichelli scores the film with a style that's quite like his early 60s work for Italian films – warmly romantic, ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
A pair of obscure soundtrack gems from Philippe Sarde – back to back on a single CD! First up is Max Et Les Ferrailleurs – an excellent funky French soundtrack! Philippe Sarde scored the music for this obscure film starring Michel Piccoli and Romy Schneider – and the best cuts ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
Music has always played a great part in the films of Roman Polanski – and that's definitely the case in The Tenant, a film that's got a score that's subtle, but which really fits the spooky mood of the story! Philippe Sarde is in relatively familiar territory here, but darker too – and ... (Soundtracks) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Two 70s scores from Carlo Savina – both sounding wonderful here together! Perversione is a masterpiece of subtle grooves and sensual moments – handled with a touch of light strings, and plenty of tinkling piano lines that are spacious and sexy, and recorded with just the right sort of ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
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Lalo Schifrin —
Nunzio ... CD MCA/Quartet (Spain), 1978. New Copy ...
A really unusual soundtrack from the mighty Lalo Schifrin – and one that seems to show off all of his best modes in its shifting range of styles! The film is a somewhat understated story set on the streets of New York – and the music often takes on the same sort of vibe – with ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD
Armando Trovajoli in the late 70s – heard here on two different soundtracks that provide a nice update to his sexy 60s groove! First up is the score for La Terrazza – which features both some uptempo funky club groovers, and some slower slinky sex-drenched tunes – at a level that ... (Soundtracks) read moreCD