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Luis BacalovSi Puo Fare Amigo ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. New Copy ... $9.99
A fantastic Luis Bacalov score for one of the classic films to feature the duo of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill – music that matches the wicked blend of drama and humor that always made their movies so great! The set begins with a great English-language theme – the very catchy "Can Be Done", sung by Rocky Roberts with this raspy vocal that's completely charming – then the music moves into instrumental territory that's awash in the mix of tension and warmth that really could suit a narrative like this so well – with a bit of harmonica from Franco De Gemini, amidst this sweet flow of woodwinds and electric instrumentation, all balanced with a beautiful sense of color and tone. In addition to "Can Be Done", other titles include "Si Puo Fare Amigo", "Guai In Vista", "Amore Nel West", "Buffo Inseguimento", "Festa Al Villaggio", "Valzer Al Saloon", "Il Villaggio All'Alba", and "Pianino Pianino". CD features 2 bonus tracks – the nearly 8 minute "Si Puo Fare Amigo (Suite)" and "Can Be Done (orig single stereo mix)". CD
(Limited edition!)

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Luis BacalovSi Puo Fare Amigo (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. New Copy Gatefold ... $18.99
A fantastic Luis Bacalov score for one of the classic films to feature the duo of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill – music that matches the wicked blend of drama and humor that always made their movies so great! The set begins with a great English-language theme – the very catchy "Can Be Done", sung by Rocky Roberts with this raspy vocal that's completely charming – then the music moves into instrumental territory that's awash in the mix of tension and warmth that really could suit a narrative like this so well – with a bit of harmonica from Franco De Gemini, amidst this sweet flow of woodwinds and electric instrumentation, all balanced with a beautiful sense of color and tone. In addition to "Can Be Done", other titles include "Si Puo Fare Amigo", "Guai In Vista", "Amore Nel West", "Buffo Inseguimento", "Festa Al Villaggio", "Valzer Al Saloon", "Il Villaggio All'Alba", and "Pianino Pianino". LP features the bonus track – "Can Be Done (orig single stereo mix)". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Stelvio CiprianiDov'e Anna (180 gram pressing ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1976. New Copy ... $18.99
A set that was originally created in the prime electric years of the great Stelvio Cipriani – but one that has him working on acoustic piano throughout – often using weird effects and production elements to change up the sound of the instrument! There's a great main theme to the soundtrack – one that really sounds beautiful on piano, like a famous melody by Francis Lai or Michel Legrand – and Cipriani knows how to deliver the sound with this mix of erotic elements that really change nicely over the course of the album – sometimes more personally expressive, sometimes moodier – all working together as a beautiful suite of tracks. Stelvio handles all the piano parts himself, amidst nicely light larger backings – and the set features a total of 12 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Guido & Maurizio De AngelisE Poi Lo Chiamarono Il Magnifico ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. New Copy ... $16.99
A really strong little western score for this obscure Terence Hill film from the early 70s – a soundtrack that still works in the conventions of the spaghetti western genre, but which also uses other instrumental twists from time to time – making for a nicely varied set! A few of the tracks have a more solid orchestral approach, others use some acoustic guitar in a very spare setting, and a few others go for an odder, almost folksy sound at times. The theme track features vocals from Gene Roman, and the Nora Orlandi chorus sings on a few more numbers too. Titles include "Don't Lose Control", "Sfida In Paese", "Tema Di Candida", "Arrivo In Treno", "Arrivo In Paese", Tom In Paese", "The Killers" and more. This edition from Digitmovies includes 8 bonus tracks – all previously unreleased! CD

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Guido & Maurizio De AngelisE Poi Lo Chiamarono Il Magnifico (180 gram pressing – with bonus tracks) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $26.99
A really strong little western score for this obscure Terence Hill film from the early 70s – a soundtrack that still works in the conventions of the spaghetti western genre, but which also uses other instrumental twists from time to time – making for a nicely varied set! A few of the tracks have a more solid orchestral approach, others use some acoustic guitar in a very spare setting, and a few others go for an odder, almost folksy sound at times. The theme track features vocals from Gene Roman, and the Nora Orlandi chorus sings on a few more numbers too. Titles include "Don't Lose Control", "Sfida In Paese", "Tema Di Candida", "Arrivo In Treno", "Arrivo In Paese", Tom In Paese", "The Killers" and more. This edition from Digitmovies includes 6 bonus tracks. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition pressing of 300!)

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Guido & Maurizio De AngelisLa Tigre E Ancora Viva – Sandokan Alla Riscossa ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... $11.99
A surprisingly groovy soundtrack to a cheesy little Sinbad-esque film – served up with a really thumping electric groove that's mixed with more exotic sounds – almost a disco generation take on the earlier style of Italian adventure soundtracks! The work was done Guido & Maurizio De Angelis – a sequel to the Sandokan film from the previous year – with loads of chiming little and grandly soaring string bits, flute, mandola and sitar sounds– with tight drumming and percussion and even bits of electric keyboard funkiness! Titles include many variations on the main theme, plus "Ritorno A Mompracem" and "La Tigre E Ancora Viva – Sandokan Alla Riscossa", plus "Sweet Lady Blue", Sandokan", and "Mompracem". CD

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Guido & Maurizio DeAngelisZorro (with bonus tracks) ... CD
CAM/Digitmovies (Italy), 1975. New Copy ... $9.99
A groovy take on the Zorro sound of yore – put together by Guido and Maurizio De Angelis for a hip 70s version of the character! The style here mixes some older Italian western modes with touches of "Mexican" instrumentation to set the scene – but there's also a brighter approach to production that definitely lets you hear some of the 70s elements in the music, too. The leadoff cut "Zorro Is Back" is a very groovy number with vocals in English by The Silver Onions – and other titles include "Huerta's Chase", "Ortensia's Capture", "The Governor's Son", "To You Mi Chica", and "Zorro & The Governor". CD features a whopping 18 bonus tracks, too! CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Pino DonaggioDon Camillo (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1984. New Copy Gatefold ... $18.99
A remake of the earlier Don Camillo film from the 50s – done here with music that's got an even more sprightly feel! You might know Pino Donaggio from darker, more serious soundtracks – but here, he uses a mix of keyboards and woodwinds to craft lots of groovy tunes that are in the best spirit of the 80s comedic Italian soundtrack modes! Given that Terence Hill was the lead, we can bet that there's a lot of goofy action on screen – set to tunes that include "Ring The Bells", "Verso Pomponesco", "Sfida A Carte", "I'm A Fool", "Don Camillo Parla Con Il Signore", and "Nella Chiesa". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Francis LaiAnima Persa (with bonus tracks) ... CD
CAM/Digitmovies (Italy), 1976. New Copy ... $16.99
A moody little 70s soundtrack from French composer Francis Lai! The score has a softer, smoother sound than some of his 60s work – but it's still got that great penchant for romantic-tinged themes that he first began with A Man & A Woman, turned here into a 70s mode that has a bit more electric instrumentation, almost grooving in a mellow sex-styled mode that recalls the backings for some of France's breathier singers of the time. As with most of Lai's best work, there's some fantastic melodies on the tunes – and the production has this echoey edge that makes them come out even better on record than on paper! Titles include "Tino E Lucia", "Il Segreto", "Anima Persa", "Rivelazione E Finale", "Zia Elisa", "Lucia", and "L'Accademia". This CD features 6 great bonus tracks – more than the previous CD issue! CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Ennio MorriconeRuba Al Prossimo Tuo (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1968. New Copy Gatefold ... $28.99
A dreamy soundtrack for an obscure Rock Hudson film – one that sports some really wonderful music from Ennio Morricone! The music here is occasionally topped with groovy vocals – often sung wordlessly in a "la la la" sort of mode by I Cantori Moderni, and set to instrumentation that's sometimes soft, sometimes swinging – always in the best late 60s Italian mode. At times, there's a slightly more American 60s feel to the soundtrack than some of Morricone's other work – but in a really great way that makes for less dark corners, and brighter instrumental flourishes that really stand out. The main theme repeats often through the album – sometimes with a bit of guitar, sometimes keyboards – all very groovy! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Riz OrtolaniUna Ragione Per Vivere E Una Per Morire (180 gram pressing – with CD) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. New Copy Gatefold ... $19.99
A great early 70s western score by Riz Ortolani! Una Ragione Per Vivere E Una Per Morire is crafted with a slightly different feel than usual for the time – almost more straight dramatic than the some of the seedier Italian western sounds of the period, with shimmering orchestral passages that hang back nicely – never too dramatic, and kind of sweeping gently over the space of the plains! Ortolani's got little of his whimsy from his comedic years, but things are mostly straight – and maybe even handled with a bit more warmth than usual for a western. Titles include "Eroicamente Insieme", "Il Forte", "La Festa", "Attesa", "Valzer Messicano", "La Grande Ombra Della Morte", and "Anzione Bellica". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300 copies – on 180 gram vinyl – and includes the album on CD!)

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Piero PiccioniLa Citta Prigioniera (with bonus tracks) ... CD
CAM/Digitmovies (Italy), 1962. New Copy ... $18.99
A relatively early dramatic score from Piero Piccioni – yet one that also really shows his ongoing talent for scoring the urban landscape! The film is set in Athens during WWII, and Piccioni scores the scenes with this very melancholy style that indicates the unsure sense of victory at the moment – sometimes tentative in structure, with elements that hold back and blossom slowly – other times more brooding and turgid, as if lying in wait for greater action to take place! Titles include "Tema Di Una Conzione", "Campo Lungo", "Citta Prigioniera", "Variazione", "Pedalissimo", and "Climax". CD also features a whopping 22 bonus tracks added to the original album – all previously unissued! CD

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Piero PiccioniLa Notte Brava ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1959. New Copy ... $18.99
A fantastic early soundtrack from maestro Piero Piccioni – very jazzy overall, in a style that merges postwar Rome with some of the groovier touches to come on the Italian scene! The tracks are mostly around the two minute mark, and work as these great jazz instrumentals on their own – with bits of guitar, tenor, and piano – amidst really well-crafted basslines that bring a nice moody quality to the whole thing – very much in the best style of the French new wave jazz soundtracks, but with some nice Roman touches too. The whole thing's a great illustration of how important jazz was to unlocking the next generation of Italian soundtracks in the 60s – and the CD features 30 tracks in all – a superb presentation of the material! CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Carlo RustichelliDelitto Quasi Perfetto ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... $16.99
A wealth of unreleased music from this 60s Italian film – a movie that only gave the world a 45rpm single when first in theaters – which makes this bounteous collection of songs a real lost treasure! The music may well be some of the most striking of the time from Carlo Rustichelli – often awash in odd sounds from familiar instruments – kind of with the jazz through a filter mode that Nino Rota would use for night scenes in Fellini films, or maybe in the more understated modes of early work by Piero Piccioni. Bruno Nicolai conducts, and no doubt helped the music sound even groovier – and the CD features 22 tracks in all, 20 of which are previously unreleased! CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Carlo Savina & Aldemaro RomeroSimon Bolivar (with bonus tracks) ... CD
CAM/Digitmovies (Italy), 1969. New Copy ... $11.99
Carlo Savina penned the score for this film about the great liberator of Venezuela – and for the project, he also got a bit of help from that nation's groovy composer Aldemaro Romero! Romero's only credited with a few tracks on the record, but much of the music seems to borrow from his trademark style – especially the way of mixing rootsier elements with warmer 60s-styled modes – not familiar Latin or bossa rhythm, but something a bit more special. Savina also adds in a number of more dramatic moments too – as you might expect from his other work of the period, especially on famous western soundtracks. The CD features an insane number of bonus tracks – 21 more numbers, added to the 18 that originally appeared on the album issued by CAM! CD
(Limited edition of 300 copies.)

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiDuri A Morire ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1979. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
There's plenty of action on the cover – and there's plenty of action in the great soundtrack from Stelvio Cipriani as well – the sweet mix of funk and keyboards that he always brought to his best crime and cop scores of the 70s! There's some nicely chunky percussion in the mix at times – which creates even more of a bottom to some of the tunes than we're used to hearing from Stelvio, even when he's funky – and the contrast between the earthiness of the percussion and the warmer sounds of the keyboards is totally great! A few tunes get a bit spare, and spooky – but even these have some great sonic elements too, including some eerie electronics or tinkling spare piano. A few tunes get a bit clubby, others are straight up funk – and the CD features a total of 20 tracks in all! CD
(Limited edition of 300 copies.)

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✨✧ Piero PiccioniLe Streghe (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Music for a film about witches – but handled here with sounds that are a lot more dreamy than they are spooky – thanks to the fantastic 60s talents of maestro Piero Piccioni! There's lots of elements here that are kind of an extrapolation of bossa nova styles – both in terms of the melody and rhythms – but the instrumentation and production are Italian cinema at its best – with loads of compressed passages, floating isolated elements, and plenty of those other-worldly touches that can make the best Italian scores of the time sound way more than just the sum of their parts! The main melody is wonderful, and there's plenty of other great moments and groovers too – all packaged into a 14 track collection with really wonderful sound. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Piero PiccioniLe Streghe (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Music for a film about witches – but handled here with sounds that are a lot more dreamy than they are spooky – thanks to the fantastic 60s talents of maestro Piero Piccioni! There's lots of elements here that are kind of an extrapolation of bossa nova styles – both in terms of the melody and rhythms – but the instrumentation and production are Italian cinema at its best – with loads of compressed passages, floating isolated elements, and plenty of those other-worldly touches that can make the best Italian scores of the time sound way more than just the sum of their parts! The main melody is wonderful, and there's plenty of other great moments and groovers too – all packaged into a 32 track collection with really wonderful sound. CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Benedetto GhigliaSalvare La Faccia ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1969. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A very cool Italian soundtrack from the 60s – one that's filled with plenty of "shake" and "psichedelico" tracks – which make for lots of beautiful moments! The music here is on that cusp between spooky and groovy that Ennio Morricone did so well at the time – handled in a more obscure mode by Benedetto Ghiglia, who also brings a variety of different styles to the mix – so that the songs have an explosive sort of power as they step between one tune and the next! The main "Love Your Neighbor" theme is sung with an English langue lyric at the start, and there's a few more wordless vocalizations from the great I Cantori Modern – amidst fuzzy guitars, odd keyboards, and other groovy elements. CD features 29 tracks in all. CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Ennio MorriconeRuba Al Prossimo Tuo ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1968. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A dreamy soundtrack for an obscure Rock Hudson film – one that sports some really wonderful music from Ennio Morricone! The music here is occasionally topped with groovy vocals – often sung wordlessly in a "la la la" sort of mode by I Cantori Moderni, and set to instrumentation that's sometimes soft, sometimes swinging – always in the best late 60s Italian mode. At times, there's a slightly more American 60s feel to the soundtrack than some of Morricone's other work – but in a really great way that makes for less dark corners, and brighter instrumental flourishes that really stand out. The main theme repeats often through the album – sometimes with a bit of guitar, sometimes keyboards – and the CD features a total of 17 tracks in all! CD

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiDov'e Anna ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1976. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A set that was originally created in the prime electric years of the great Stelvio Cipriani – but one that has him working on acoustic piano throughout – often using weird effects and production elements to change up the sound of the instrument! There's a great main theme to the soundtrack – one that really sounds beautiful on piano, like a famous melody by Francis Lai or Michel Legrand – and Cipriani knows how to deliver the sound with this mix of erotic elements that really change nicely over the course of the album – sometimes more personally expressive, sometimes moodier – all working together as a beautiful suite of tracks. Stelvio handles all the piano parts himself, amidst nicely light larger backings – and the set features a total of 28 tracks in all. CD
Also available Dov'e Anna (180 gram pressing ... LP 18.99

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✨✧ Guido e Maurizio De AngelisLa Tigre E Ancora Viva – Sandokan Alla Riscossa (180 gram pressing) ... LP
RCA/Digitmovies (Italy), 1976. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A surprisingly groovy soundtrack to a cheesy little Sinbad-esque film – served up with a really thumping electric groove that's mixed with more exotic sounds – almost a disco generation take on the earlier style of Italian adventure soundtracks! The work was done Guido & Maurizio De Angelis – a sequel to the Sandokan film from the previous year – with loads of chiming little and grandly soaring string bits, flute, mandola and sitar sounds– with tight drumming and percussion and even bits of electric keyboard funkiness! Titles include many variations on the main theme, plus "Ritorno A Mompracem" and "La Tigre E Ancora Viva – Sandokan Alla Riscossa", plus "Sweet Lady Blue", Sandokan", and "Mompracem". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Guido & Maurizio DeAngelisContinuavano A Chiamarlo Trinita (180 gram pressing – with bonus CD) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1971. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A beautifully sensitive soundtrack for this early film from the team of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill – very different than most of the other western music of the time – which is a fitting accompaniment to the unique actions of the pair onscreen! There's a fair bit of acoustic guitar in the instrumentation, used in ways that are sometimes warmer and more sentimental than you'd expect – played with a subtle sort of character that really comes through in this well-done reissue of the music – and which gets even better when groovier elements on piano or horns come into the mix. Things build nicely as the set moves on, with a very vivid feel throughout – and titles include "Remember", "Il Carro Al Fiume", "Assalto Alla Diligenza", "Ranch Di Parker", "Trinity E Bambino A San Jose", and "Trinity Stand Tall". Great reissue version – with excellent sound, notes in Italian and English, and even some vocal songs sung by Gene Roman. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300 – on 180 gram vinyl & bonus CD!)

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✨✧ Giovanni FuscoLa Venere Di Cheronea (with bonus track) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1958. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An obscure late 50s soundtrack from the glory days of the Italian toga film – composed by Giovanni Fusco, and conducted by Carlo Savina with this great blend of sentimental and more striking modes! There's still strong ties here to a Hollywood mode of scoring – but there are also passages that show that growing Italian ear for unusual instrumental inflections – those moments that could sometimes be subtle, but which made for some of the real charm of these warrior action scores from the time. The flute lines might be the best – really snakey, and with this undercurrent of evil – especially when out front of the larger string section. CD features 21 tracks in all – one that's an alternate version of the finale, appearing here for the first time ever. CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Gino PeguriIl Corsaro Nero (1971) (with bonus CD) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1971. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
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 with the setting of the story – filled with groovier 70s elements, including a number of moments that are both more playful than you'd expect from a swashbuckler – and a bit more mellow and laidback! The Nora Orlandi choir add in a bit of vocals at a few points, but most tracks are instrumental – and titles include "All'Arrembaggio", "Pirati In Agguato", "Duello E Morte", "Coro Dei Corsari", "Il Pariata Mattacchione", and "Posada De Maria". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300 – with bonus CD!)

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✨✧ Carlo RustichelliL'Armata Brancaleone ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. Used ... Out Of Stock
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 numbers have a driving, chanting approach – to suit the more action-based scenes of the film. There's clearly a comedic current to the movie at times, but this doesn't always come through in the music, which is maybe at its best when most dramatic! Titles include "Marcia Di Brancaleone", "Combattimento", "La Citta Appestata E Cuccuruccu", "Tema D'Amore E Brancaleone Prigoniero", and "Brancalene Incontra Teodora". CD features 33 tracks in all – including lots of rare film versions and alternates! CD

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✨✧ Carlo RustichelliL'Armata Brancaleone (180 gram pressing – with bonus CD) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
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 numbers have a driving, chanting approach – to suit the more action-based scenes of the film. There's clearly a comedic current to the movie at times, but this doesn't always come through in the music, which is maybe at its best when most dramatic! Titles include "Marcia Di Brancaleone", "Combattimento", "La Citta Appestata E Cuccuruccu", "Tema D'Amore E Brancaleone Prigoniero", and "Brancalene Incontra Teodora". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300 – with bonus CD that includes obnus tracks.)

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✨✧ Carlo SavinaLa Dove Non Batte Il Sole/Un Animale Chiamato Uomo ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A pair of Carlo Savina western soundtracks – back to back on a single CD! First up is La Dove Non Batte Il Sole – an unusual light-hearted Lee Van Cleef western, scored by Savina in a mix of modes – with some surprisingly great numbers that move along more like 60s Italian love themes, almost with a bit of bossa in the rhythms – mixed with others that reflect a bit more of the drama in the comedic narrative. There's a total of 21 tracks from the film – and just a bit of wordless vocals from Edda Dell'Orso! Next is Un Animale Chiamato Uomo – another film that has a lighthearted vibe, but a different approach from Savina. The music is maybe more 70s overall, and shifts between guitar, piano, and larger orchestral readings of a theme – the best moments of which are dreamier, and maybe again hearken back to the Savina of the previous generation. CD features 11 tracks from the film. CD
(Limited edition of 300!)
 
 
 



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