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Luis BacalovLa Strega In Amore ... LP
CAM/Sugar (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... $39.99 42.99
A wonderful early soundtrack from Luis Bacalov – much jazzier than some of his later work, with a vibe that's right up there with some of the more jazz-based work of the Italian scene in the earlier part of the 60s! There's a cool wordless vocal from Nora Orlandi on a few tracks, and nice use of flute, piano, and percussion throughout – varied nicely, but with a really strong song-based sort of approach – so that the album's not entirely jazz in structure, but not far off either! Bacalov's always been great at more dramatic moments, but it's great to hear him working in a style like this – and there's a nice sense of variety on the record, which really keeps things interesting – especially as a few more guitar-based numbers move in to the mix. The sound gets a bit more tense at the end, but is still nice and spare – and titles include "La Strega In Amore", "Aura", "Due Donna Un Enigma", "Seduzione Diabolica", "Danza Greca", "Bruciata Viva", and "Consuleo". LP, Vinyl record album

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Luis BacalovWe Still Kill The Old Way ... LP
United Artists, 1968. Near Mint- ... $19.99
A great thriller soundtrack – by one of the Italian masters of the 60s! Bacalov's score for the film mixes jazzy numbers with more suspenseful orchestral ones – but the best cuts have a jaunty groovy quality, of the sort you dig these old Italian soundtracks for! Bruno Nicolai conducted the orchestra, and the nicest cuts have choppy percussion and some good instrumental elements, like sax or organ. Includes the bossa groover "We Still Kill The Old Way", plus "Is It Wrong", "Jazz Club", "Laurana's Suspicion", and "The Arrest". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label stereo promo. Cover has two cutout holes, ring and edge wear, and some sticker remnants on front.)

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✨✧ Luis BacalovLa Strega In Amore ... CD
CAM/Sugar (Italy), 1966. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A wonderful early soundtrack from Luis Bacalov – much jazzier than some of his later work, with a vibe that's right up there with some of the more jazz-based work of the Italian scene in the earlier part of the 60s! There's a cool wordless vocal from Nora Orlandi on a few tracks, and nice use of flute, piano, and percussion throughout – varied nicely, but with a really strong song-based sort of approach – so that the album's not entirely jazz in structure, but not far off either! Bacalov's always been great at more dramatic moments, but it's great to hear him working in a style like this – and there's a nice sense of variety on the record, which really keeps things interesting – especially as a few more guitar-based numbers move in to the mix. The sound gets a bit more tense at the end, but is still nice and spare – and titles include "La Strega In Amore", "Aura", "Due Donna Un Enigma", "Seduzione Diabolica", "Danza Greca", "Bruciata Viva", and "Consuleo". CD
Also available La Strega In Amore ... LP 39.99
 
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VariousLibertango – Piazzolla Forever ... CD
Universal (Japan), 1990s. New Copy ... $24.99
A really wonderful tribute to the lasting power of Astor Piazzolla – a collection of tracks from later years – all new versions of some of his classic compositions, handled by a younger generation who've gotten great inspiration from his music! The setting is similar to some of Astor's important recordings from the 60s and 70s – but there's some nice shifts in instrumentation – showing just how rich the original compositions are for new interpretations. Titles include "Adios Noninos" and "Milonga Del Angel" by Daniel Binelli on bandoneon, "Concert D'Adjourd Hui" and "Bordel 1900" by Patrick Gallois on flute and Goran Sollscher on guitar, "Tangazo" by New World Symphony, "Quatro Estaciones Portnas" by guitarist Goran Sollcher, "Libertango" by a group that features Luis Bacalov on piano, "Oblivion" by Daniel Binelli on bandoneon and Louise Pellerin on oboe, and a more contemporary version of "Libertango" by the group Bond. CD

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✨✧ VariousEcstasy Of Gold Vol 1 – 23 Killer Bullets from the Spaghetti West ... CD
Semi Automatic/Floating Dream (Germany), 1960s/1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A killer batch of Spaghetti Western soundtrack grooves – one that features some of the coolest and most representative sounds of the genre – by the Italian composers who both invented and perfected the style! The compilers have done a great job putting together material that has all the definitive elements, but totally transcend cliches or self-parody. It's also nice a balance of instrumental pieces and some groovy theme songs with vocals. Pure greatness! Volume 1 includes "Banditos" by Alessandro Alessandroni, "The Price Of Gold" by Angelo Lavagnino, "Memories" by Luis Bacalov, "Blindman's Arrival" by Selvio Cipriani, "Vengeance" by Carlo Savina, "Killer Calibro 32" by Robby Poitevin, "Dead Men Red (Suite 8)" by Bruno Nicolai, "Stranger" by Francesco Di Masi, "Il Bandito Messicano" by Benedetto Ghiglia and more. CD
 
 
 



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