A career-spanning collection of work from one of our favorite Italian soundtrack composers of all time – the fantastic Piero Piccioni
, presented here in a wealth of material pulled from the vaults of Cam! Piccioni
was one of the most important Italian film music talents of the 60s – right there behind Ennio Morricone – and during the decade, he started in jazz, then quickly moved through a range of really wonderful styles – going for mod elements, funkier bits, bossa nova, and other inflections that kept his work interesting well through the 70s! This set features a number of tracks that aren't easily available on other reissues, mixed with some we'd never seen before – a massive collection of 26 titles, with work from films that include Lucky Luciano, Citta E Campagna, Addio Alexandra, Per Questa Notte, In Viaggio Con Pappa, Io So Che Tu Sai Che Io So, L'Assassino, Una Vita Violenta, Tre Per Una Rapina, I Dolci Inganni, Il Figlio Di Spartacus, Niente Rose Per OSS 177, Toh E Morta La Nonna, and many others. Includes six unreleased tracks!