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Stelvio CiprianiMidnight Blue ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1979. New Copy ... $22.99 24.99
That's a sexy-looking lady on the cover – sliding on her cutoffs after a rendezvous in the dark – and the sound of the album definitely fits the image, at least at the start! Stelvio Cipriani begins the music like the story – a bit light and romantic at first, then sliding into tension as the album goes on – marking a point in the narrative where sex turns to suspense, which Stelvio follows by picking up the action on some of the tunes, and dropping into darker moments at others! Edda Dell'Orso delivers a fair bit of wordless vocals on the album, next to keyboard lines from Cipriani – and the whole thing almost feels like a late 70s update of the modes she might have crafted with Ennio Morricone a decade before. CD features 17 tracks in all – and wonderful sound! CD
(Limited edition!)

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Guido & Maurizio DeAngelisChissa Perche – Capitano Tutte A Me ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1980. New Copy ... $21.99 26.99
A groovy little soundtrack for a weird and wild film – one that has Italian comedy great Bud Spencer as a sheriff in America – helping to uncover an alien plot against the planet! If that all sounds a bit offbeat, it definitely is – and the music from the DeAngelis brothers really follows suit – in a style that's spare, playful, and served up with plenty of 80s guitar and keyboard elements on most numbers – almost as a comedy answer to the styles that were shifting for Italian horror scoring too! Yet there's also some numbers that echo country modes just a bit – highlighting the American setting of the narrative – and there's one really weird and cool vocal number titled "Six Ways", which has a strange style that's almost like a parody of Gary Numan! Other titles include variations on the themes "Mr Nothingoesright" and "Chissa Perche Capitano Tutte A Me". CD

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Guido & Maurizio DeAngelisChissa Perche – Capitano Tutte A Me (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1980. New Copy ... $34.99 39.99
A groovy little soundtrack for a weird and wild film – one that has Italian comedy great Bud Spencer as a sheriff in America – helping to uncover an alien plot against the planet! If that all sounds a bit offbeat, it definitely is – and the music from the DeAngelis brothers really follows suit – in a style that's spare, playful, and served up with plenty of 80s guitar and keyboard elements on most numbers – almost as a comedy answer to the styles that were shifting for Italian horror scoring too! Yet there's also some numbers that echo country modes just a bit – highlighting the American setting of the narrative – and there's one really weird and cool vocal number titled "Six Ways", which has a strange style that's almost like a parody of Gary Numan! Other titles include variations on the themes "Mr Nothingoesright" and "Chissa Perche Capitano Tutte A Me". LP, Vinyl record album

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Detto MarianoIl Bisbetico Domato ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1980. New Copy ... $20.99 24.99
A surprisingly nice score for this Italian sex comedy from the start of the 80s – one that reverses the roles a bit from earlier modes in terms of the story, and which gets a mix of groovy and sweet soundtrack handling from Detto Mariano! The group Clown turn in a few vocal performances – of the cuts "Step On Dynamite" and "La Pigiatura" – but the wealth of work here is instrumental, often based around a simple, playful theme – which Mariano can use with a sensual touch at one minute, or a sentimental one the next. The CD features a whopping 39 tracks in all – including a number of alternates of "Step On Dynamite" – with some cuts that are previously unreleased. CD
(Limited edition of 300 copies!)
Also available Il Bisbetico Domato (180 gram pressing) ... LP 36.99

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Detto MarianoIl Bisbetico Domato (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1980. New Copy ... $36.99 38.99
A surprisingly nice score for this Italian sex comedy from the start of the 80s – one that reverses the roles a bit from earlier modes in terms of the story, and which gets a mix of groovy and sweet soundtrack handling from Detto Mariano! The group Clown turn in a few vocal performances – of the cuts "Step On Dynamite" and "La Pigiatura" – but the wealth of work here is instrumental, often based around a simple, playful theme – which Mariano can use with a sensual touch at one minute, or a sentimental one the next. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300 copies!)
Also available Il Bisbetico Domato ... CD 20.99

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Bruno NicolaiE Poi, Non Ne Rimase Nessuno (Ten Little Indians) (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1974. New Copy ... $29.99 34.99
A crime thriller, but one with a beautiful score from Bruno Nicolai – slinky and 70s at times, and with some really gentle tension at others! This is definitely one of the works that has Nicolai stepping nicely away from Morricone – using some warmer elements in some of his best themes – almost dreamy at times, which is odd given the lack of romance in the film – put together with masterful timing, and this haunting sense of space that makes the music almost better than the images were in the film! And yes, the story is that old Agatha Christie chestnut Ten Little Indians – but forget the overdone trope of the store, as the music is totally great – completely different than the more hackney 70s whodunit soundtracks of the time. LP features 16 tracks in all! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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Bruno NicolaiGentleman Jo Uccidi ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1967. Used ... $18.99
A lesser known western score (to us, anyway) by Bruno Nicoli – conducted by Ennio Morricone! It's for the obscure 1967 film Gentleman Jo, aka Gentleman Killer – but the score is not nearly as skimpy as the film's reputation! The main title explodes, with large scale vocals that sort of work like a groovier, Italian take on Bonanza – but the rest of the set is small and moody – with all the clicks, hums and dusty tones we love about the genre! CD features 22 tracks, most titles numbered sequences of the film's title. 47 minutes of moody, spaghetti western soundscapes from the masters! CD

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Bruno NicolaiPerche Quelle Strane Gocce Di Sangue Sul Corpo Di Jennifer? ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1971. Used ... $49.99
One of the greatest soundtracks we've ever heard from Bruno Nicolai – a wonderful array of lightly groovy tunes that's as fantastic as any of the Mondo Morricone work from the same time! The main theme of the film has a catchy La Donna Invisible sort of feel – building on waves of sound with piano over orchestrations, skipping along to an altered bossa beat – showing up in a number of different variants throughout the score. Other tracks are darker and moodier, but really vary things up to fit the moods of the scene – using Morricone-styled bits of harpsichord, violin, or strings to come up with some incredible sounds. The CD reissue features 26 titles in all – many of which are restored from the shortened versions in the movie, in a way that presents a huge amount of music never heard before! CD
(Out of print, limited edition.)

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Franco PiersantiIl Nido Del Ragno (180 gram red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), Late 80s. New Copy ... $36.99 39.99
Rare Italian horror work done by Franco Piersanti – done for a creepy film, as you might guess from the cover – but one that's scored by Piersanti with a surprising degree of sensitivity, and some very rich orchestrations that are very different than the stark, more electric modes being used in so much of 80s horror! There's some really beautiful woodwinds in the music, and some darker strings that echo 70s atonality from Morricone – on titles that include "Labirinto", "Omicidio", "Radio Jazz", "Budapest", and "Illusioni Ottiche". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Il Nido Del Ragno/Una Prova D'Innocenza ... CD 20.99

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Franco PiersantiIl Nido Del Ragno/Una Prova D'Innocenza ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1988/1991. New Copy ... $20.99 26.99
Two very different films, both of which receive some mighty nice scoring from the lesser-known Italian maestro Franco Piersanti! First up is Il Nudo Del Ragno – a creepy film, as you might guess from the cover – but one that's scored by Piersanti with a surprising degree of sensitivity, and some very rich orchestrations that are very different than the stark, more electric modes being used in so much of 80s horror! There's some really beautiful woodwinds in the music, and some darker strings that echo 70s atonality from Morricone – on titles that include "Labirinto", "Omicidio", "Radio Jazz", "Budapest", and "Illusioni Ottiche". Next is Una Prova D'Innocenza, a film of a more serious nature, and which gets equally beautiful handling – with a blend of strings that can get very dark at times, almost with the richness of some of Morricone's global scores of the period – inflected with just the right dose of woodwinds too, matched by the occasional echoey piano line. CD features 15 tracks from the score – a real under-discovered beauty! CD
(Limited to 300 copies!)
Also available Il Nido Del Ragno (180 gram red vinyl pressing) ... LP 36.99

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Trans Europa ExpressIl Gatto Dagli Occhi Di Giada ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... $24.99 29.99
An unusual group that we only know from this one Italian soundtrack – and a combo who's not nearly as electronic as you might guess from their Kraftwerk-sounding name! Instead, the approach here is a bit like that of Goblin on their horror scores from the same time – a style that uses keyboards, guitar, and bass that come from a more progressive music background than other Italian soundtrack composers – but which also comes off here with a lot less of the jamming modes that you'd hear in Goblin's work. Instead, the overall sound is relatively laidback – lessons learned from the great Italian composers of the early 70s, especially in their balance of subtle and more experimental sounds – all poised nicely to build over the course of the film. There's some great use of electric bass here – often quite spare and pulsating – and the CD reissue features 26 tracks in all, including a number of bonus tracks! CD

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✨✧ Nico FidencoLa Ragazzina (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1974. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A sweet little score from Italian composer Nico Fidenco – best known round these parts for his sultry work for some of the 70s Emmanuelle films, sounding equally groovy on this more obscure album from the time! There's a light groove throughout the album – sometimes a slinky Euro sex sort of vibe, other times a much more pronounced approach to funk – with a mix of electric and acoustic elements that includes vibes, keyboards, flute, piano, and other great touches – all recorded with the spaciousness and care you'd expect from the generation. Titles include "La Ragazzina", "Speed", "Monica's Love", "Sandra's Dream", "Monica's Mirror", "Sandra", "Motor Ship", "Duello In 3/4", "Sandra In Love", and "Monica's Flight". CD features 15 tracks from the original promo-only album – plus 12 more previously-unissued numbers! CD

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✨✧ Bruno NicolaiBruno Nicolai For Jess Franco (Eugenie De Sade 70/Una Vergine Tra I Morti Viventi/99 Donne/Les Cauchemars Naissent La Nuit) (5CD set) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), Late 1960s/Early 1970s. New Copy 5CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A wonderful package – with four great soundtracks by frequent Morricone partner Bruno Nicolai – all for very offbeat films from the legendary director Jess Franco! First up is Eugenie De Sade 70 – a sublime soundtrack by Bruno Nicolai, penned for a legendary Jess Franco erotic thriller! Despite the darkness of the film, there's a light and playful feel to the music – with many cuts that drift along on wings of melody – recalling some of our favorite Mondo Morricone themes from the time, and really elevating the status of Nicolai in our book! Instrumentation is both by larger string groupings and smaller instrumental combos – and the score's overflowing with dreamy bossa-styled numbers that also have some of the trippier touches that you might know from Franco's Vampyros Lesbos film. Next is Una Vergine Tra I Morti Viventi – a rare Bruno Nicolai score penned for an early 70s film by Jess Franco – and easily one of the darkest soundtracks that Franco ever used! There's a few slinky erotic bits going on here, but much of the music is off-kilter and eerie – cast in modes that draw from the more atonal side of the Morricone spectrum, but which also feature some unusual use of electronic effects by Nicolai himself! There's one redeemingly sweet number here sung by Edda Dell'Orso – in a floating, bossa-rhythmed style that recalls her greatness with Morricone – but most other numbers are quite dark, increasingly so as the soundtrack goes on! Next up is the sexy score for 99 Donne – an obscure Jess Franco film about 99 female prisoners, locked behind bars and alone with their passions! Given the setting, Bruno Nicolai's soundtrack is actually incredibly free of kitsch – and instead blends together driving upbeat numbers with some mellower, moodier tunes – often presented with full orchestrations that bring in notes of sadness and sentiment. That's not saying that the whole thing's not groovy – as Bruno includes some nice jazzy touches on the album, which are unusual for his work – and the leadoff track also features some really great English language vocals from Audrey Stainton! The collection closes out with music from the film Les Cauchemars Naissent La Nuit – one of the darkest Bruno Nicolai soundtracks we've ever heard – penned for an equally dark film directed by Jess Franco! The style here is a bit more tense than the usual light melodies we'd expect from the Nicolai/Franco team – still somewhat spacious, but with very tentative notes at times – and often tuned weirdly so that the music is filled with odd sounds, although never as atonal as in some of the very dark Italian scores of the 70s. Offbeat piano lines figure strongly in some tracks – with an almost John Cage-like feel – and titles include "Amori", "Cocktail", "Tra Sogno E Vita", "Climax", "Tempio", "Giostra", "Infrarosso", and "Verde Selvaggio". CD

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✨✧ Carlo SavinaOmbre Roventi – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack In Stereo ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1970. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Human sacrifice never sounded so groovy – thanks to a wicked score from Carlo Savina, who really knocks it out of the park with this one! The leadoff theme is jaunty, bouncy, and almost more of a mod 60s Italian number – and the score that follows often has some other groovy touches, mixed with passages that bring in a bit of jazz, and a few more exotic elements too – the last of which are more of what you'd expect for a horror soundtrack of this nature, yet never seem to dominate too much. There's a great sense of pacing going on here – a shifting of themes as things move on, and a blend of tighter elements with some rougher percussion that almost feels like the demonic ready to break loose! Reissued with a whopping 20 tracks – and some sublime remastering. CD
(Limited edition.)

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✨✧ Gianni FerrioGringo, Getta Il Fucile ... CD
Sugar/Digitmovies (Italy), 1967. Used ... Out Of Stock
Part western, part Latin American – yet also filled with lots of weird and groovy touches – a compelling set from 60s Italy that goes way way way past the obvious! The set begins with an acoustic guitar over dramatic scoring, but then moves into modes that include mod rhythms, pan flute, spacey organ, and more – all spun out with a very different flavor on every different track – so much so, you might actually think the whole album's a collection of tunes from different movies, rather than a soundtrack in itself! Gianni Ferrio really knocked it out of the park with this one – and the reissue features 15 tracks in all, remastered with great sound! CD

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✨✧ Angelo LavagninoOggi A Me – Domani A Te – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1968. Used ... Out Of Stock
A western soundtrack, but one that's a bit different than usual – thanks to lots of groovy touches from Angelo Lavagnino! Right from the start, the music steps out with a fresh flavor – a cool instrumental theme that has a nicely heavy bottom that grooves things along – followed by a blend of tunes that range from dramatic to playful, often using some standout instrumentation that changes the flavors up nicely – a bit of ragtime piano here, some malleted percussion there, and even some echoey, abstracted sounds that are especially nice! There's way more to offer here than just the usual spaghetti sounds from the time – and the reissue package has great sound, and a total of 21 tracks that include "Allegro Saloon", "Oggi A Me Domani A Te", "Inseguimento A Cavallo", "Valzer Saloon", "La Furia Di Elfego", "Caccia Spietata", "Scoperta", and "Tensione Mortale". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Bruno NicolaiEl Cisco ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. Used ... Out Of Stock
An early western soundtrack from Italian maestro Bruno Nicolai – presented here for the first time ever, complete with a huge number of tracks from this obscure film! Much of the work is in a tense orchestra mode – peppered with western themes, but more conventionally dramatic overall – and filled with the dark touches that Nicolai usually brought to more of his non-western work. Franco De Gemini plays stark harmonica lines on a few of the most noteworthy tracks on the album, and a few other cuts use a weirdly-tuned Jews harp to create some Morricone-like notes. CD features 28 titles in all – all lovingly remastered from the original master tapes! CD

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✨✧ Bruno NicolaiLa Dama Rossa Uccide Sette Volte – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. Used ... Out Of Stock
Haunting horror work from the great Bruno Nicolai – an album that's got some wonderfully-crafted themes mixed with some lighter, breezier numbers – almost in a Rosemary's baby sort of mode! Bruno really gets to show off both sides of his talents here – and comes up with some spare and melodic orchestrations that recall his work with Morricone, mixed with other numbers that diverge into sweeter territory and dance along nicely. The set features a total of 22 numbers – nearly all of which are more redemptive than the darker horror plot of the film – and titles include "In Cantina", "Servizio Fotografico", "Minaccia", "Scoperta & Sesto Delitto", "Confronto Finale", "In Automobile", "Ufficio Vuoto", and "Terzo Delitto". CD
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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiI 2 Della Formula 1 Alla Corsa Piu Pazza – Pazza Del Mondo ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1971. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A 70s racing soundtrack from Stelvio Cipriani – but one that's served up in a much wider mix of modes than the usual Formula 1 or stock car movie! Some numbers feature Cipriani's trademark use of keyboards – in groovy ways that drift over breezy rhythms with a very groovy vibe – even some bossa currents that are a real surprise! A few other tracks have a guitar strutting along in a playful melody – and a few others slow the pace, but still keep things kind of comedic, but with loping energy that you wouldn't expect from the fast-moving world of the racetrack. As you might guess, the bossa-styled tunes are our favorites here – and the CD features 16 tracks in all. CD

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✨✧ Guido & Maurizio De AngelisI Corpi Presentano Tracce Di Violenza Carnale (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1973. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A surprisingly sweet little soundtrack at times – with tunes that are nicer than you might expect from the title or the image on the cover! Some of the material here is definitely in keeping with the horror setting of the movie, but other tracks have a slinky, almost jazzy feel – bits of piano, keyboards, or guitar skipping along with some lightly rhythmic backings that lilt them up and down with a gentle swing. Other tracks are slower, and sparer, but even these are usually not too dark, and certainly not in the atonal modes of other Italian scores from the time. The DeAngelis approach here is almost like Stelvio Cipriani at his best – and the CD features 33 tracks in all, most of them previously unreleased, with titles that include "Perugia", "Il Primo Omicidio", "Corpi Smembrati", "La Strage Ha Inizio", and "Marcellazione". CD

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✨✧ Guido & Maurizio DeAngelisGuido & Maurizio DeAngelis – Original Television Soundtracks Collection (3CD set) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), Early 70s. New Copy 3 CD ... Out Of Stock
A really rare chapter of the soundtrack legacy of Italian giants Guido & Maurizio DeAngelis – a pair who are best known for their crime/cop movie work of the 70s, but who step out here in a whole host of different TV projects instead! There's definitely some music here that resonates with that famous legacy, but there's also projects with different scenes and stories too – and which provide a much richer palette of sounds than you might expect – as the DeAngelis brothers move effortlessly between contemporary 70s settings and more historical ones, depending on the program! There's a total of 69 tracks in the big 3CD set – which features many tracks each from programs that include Dedicato A Una Coppia, Guaranta Giorni Di Liberta, I Marsigliese, Sul Filo Della Memoria, Delitto Di Regime, and Ipotesi Sulla Scomparsa Di Un Fisco Atomico. CD

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✨✧ Carlo SavinaGoldsnake Anonima Killers ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
That's Goldsnake, not Goldfinger – but the soundtrack here from Carlo Savina is very much inspired by the James Bond music of the 60s – and served up in a great range of spy, mod, and crime jazz styles! The main theme gets a vocal reading at the start, but is transformed into other groovy instrumentals throughout – and balanced with some more mod jerk and shake-styled instrumentals that are heavier on electric bass and guitar, with overall results that may well be groovier than the best work that John Barry did for 007! CD features 17 tracks in all – and is an overlooked gem from the 60s spy spoof years. CD

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✨✧ Manuel De SicaCamorra (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really unusual soundtrack from the great Manuel De Sica – scored for an early 70s gangster film, and done in a mix of modes that links together some of the more familiar De Sica styles and some of the groovier elements of the time! At the core, the composer is able to reach back with that more sensitive Italian scoring style needed to evoke the sense of family and community needed for the deeper tensions in the story – but De Sica also brings in both some of the darker elements from the Morricone camp, and occasional bits that resonate more strongly with Italian cop/crime of the time. The main theme is a really lovely spare melody, played on acoustic guitar – one that reappears in a few spots, almost like chapter headings – amidst titles that include "Racket", "Rough", "Casa De Giocio", "Fuoco Contro Fuoco", "Mercato Di Resina", "Bossa Nova Boss", and "Tensione E Agguato". CD features lots of bonus tracks too – 10 more added to the original promo-only soundtrack record! CD

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✨✧ Gianni FerrioQuei Disperati Che Puzzano Di Sudore E Di Morte ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1969. Used ... Out Of Stock
A western soundtrack with a different twist – one that definitely shares some of the darker aspects of the crime score work by Gianni Ferrio! There's a few hard-driving themes, but most of the tracks are pretty spare, short, and moody – almost melancholy at points, with great spare instrumental lines on guitar or flute, occasionally augmented with a bit of strings – but in ways that differ from more familiar western modes. Surprisingly rich stuff – and this special edition from Digitmovies is loaded up – including the complete film score in mono as the first half, and the the stereo soundtrack as it was originally released as the second half of the disc – a really nice approach to give a more complete presentation! The score half of the CD includes 18 sequences off the Quei Disperati, and titles on the stereo soundtrack titles include "Uno Dopo L'Altro", "Notturno A Toiuca", "Oltre Il Confine", "Que Disperati", and "Alba Senza Speranza". 40 tracks in all! CD

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✨✧ Bruno NicolaiE Poi, Non Ne Rimase Nessuno (Ten Little Indians) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A crime thriller, but one with a beautiful score from Bruno Nicolai – slinky and 70s at times, and with some really gentle tension at others! This is definitely one of the works that has Nicolai stepping nicely away from Morricone – using some warmer elements in some of his best themes – almost dreamy at times, which is odd given the lack of romance in the film – put together with masterful timing, and this haunting sense of space that makes the music almost better than the images were in the film! And yes, the story is that old Agatha Christie chestnut Ten Little Indians – but forget the overdone trope of the store, as the music is totally great – completely different than the more hackney 70s whodunit soundtracks of the time. CD features 18 tracks in all! CD

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✨✧ Berto Pisano/Carlo SavinaLa Svergognata/Suggestionata ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1974. Used ... Out Of Stock
A sweetly sexy soundtrack from the great Berto Pisano – one that really lives up to its image on the cover! There's a gently grooving feel to the music that's right up there with the best erotica work from Morricone – handled by Pisano with light strings, keyboards, bits of flute, and some especially nice vocals from Edda Dell'Orso, who's definitely on the warmer side of her talents with a record like this! The tunes glide along nicely, and are supported with some great artwork from the film – and titles include "Orchestra For Edda", "Piano Dreams", "Free Hammond", "Sound For A Child", and "Voice In The Night". CD also features 11 more tracks from Carlo Savina's score to Suggestionata – an equally great 70s erotic film with a really slinky feel! Savina's music borrows a bit from older bossa modes, but also rolls in some more adult 70s styles too – the kind of sexy Sunday morning themes that always make Euro soundtracks of the time worth seeking out, even if the film itself isn't that great! CD

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✨✧ Robby PoitevinTecnica De Un Omicidio (180 gram pressing – with bonus tracks) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rare work from composer Robby Poitevin – a great action score, put together with a heavy dose of jazz – great vibes, flute, and plenty of other horns – blasting out with a hip style over lots of tight percussion – almost in the manner of spy films from the time, but with a lot more complexity at points, almost the depths of a drama, without any of the sleepy moments – maybe at a level that rivals some of the best Lalo Schifrin work of the period! There's plenty of drama in the progression of tunes, but things are always pretty darn groovy – jazzy 60s action at its best – on titles that include "Alba A New York", "Central Station", "My Man", "L'Ultima Vittima", "Bassifondi", "Clint In Agguato", and "Tecnica Di Un Omicido". LP features 7 more bonus tracks – half of which are unreleased! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Robby PoitevinTecnica De Un Omicidio (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rare work from composer Robby Poitevin – a great action score, put together with a heavy dose of jazz – great vibes, flute, and plenty of other horns – blasting out with a hip style over lots of tight percussion – almost in the manner of spy films from the time, but with a lot more complexity at points, almost the depths of a drama, without any of the sleepy moments – maybe at a level that rivals some of the best Lalo Schifrin work of the period! There's plenty of drama in the progression of tunes, but things are always pretty darn groovy – jazzy 60s action at its best – on titles that include "Alba A New York", "Central Station", "My Man", "L'Ultima Vittima", "Bassifondi", "Clint In Agguato", and "Tecnica Di Un Omicido". CD features 12 more bonus tracks – most of which are previously unreleased! CD
 
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✨✧ Bruno NicolaiCorri Uomo Corri ... LP
CAM (Italy), 1968. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
Plenty of exotic themes in this lesser-known Italian western score from the 60s – bits of flute, bits of whistling, and even some vocals from I Cantori Moderni! Mellower moments are nicely juxtaposed with more dramatic ones – underscoring the mix of romance and drama that follows the story of the film. I Cantori appear on more of the former – singing somewhat quietly and sweetly, with a very warm finish – in ways that are a bit different than their other work of the time, and almost sentimental at points. Alessandro Alessandroni handles the whistles and guitar in the work – and Bruno Nicolai handles the larger orchestrations. Titles include "Tema Dolores", "Mulini A Vento", "Viaggio", "Espanto En El Corazon", "Duello", and "Fuga Dall'Ovest". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
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