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Stelvio CiprianiLa Polizia Trilogy (La Polizia Sta A Guardare/La Polizia Chiede Aiuto/La Polizia Ha Le Mani Legate) (with bonus track) ... CD
Cinevox (Italy), Mid 70s. New Copy 2CD ... $26.99 30.99
A trio of cool cop soundtracks from Stelvio Cipriani – all brought together in a beautiful package with a really unified feel! Cipriani's easily one of our favorite Italian composers for the cop/crime genre – as he's got a way of bringing sensitive sounds into play with driving action – in ways that are different from Morricone, Piccioni, or any of his other contemporaries! These tunes have a great balance between careful strings, warm themes, and more pointed action – often hanging their sound on a key element, such as a keyboard line, or off-tuned piano – and moving carefully forward with a really great ear for space and timing. Things are never sleepy, even when spacious – and the tunes ring out with a heavenly quality that could almost sanctify the acts of crime for which they were initially scored. This massive package goes past any other version of the material – with a huge amount of work – 15 tracks from Sta A Guardare, 24 tracks from Chiede Aiuto, and 22 from Le Mani Legate – plus 6 more bonus tracks from singles, and one more with Cipriani in session! CD

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Stelvio CiprianiPoliziotto Senza Paura ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... $19.99 28.98
Cool Italian cop soundtrack work from Stelvio Cipriani – easily one of the true masters of the genre! The music is a great mix of mellow moods and funkier moments – spare, piano or keyboard-tinged tunes, which are then offset by more driving numbers that push along with fast guitar, heavy drums, and the general sort of groove you might expect in cop show work of the 70s! Cipriani always does a good job of bringing in some lyrical, more sensitive elements to his music – things that really keep things light, while also creating a rich sense of feeling – quite a bit different than slicker US police work of the period. CD features 22 tracks in all – a nicely groovy mix of styles! CD

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Ivan Vandor/Stelvio CiprianiBersaglio Mobile ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1967. New Copy ... $19.99 28.98
Very groovy work from Ivan Vandor – one of the lesser-known artists of the Italian soundtrack scene, but getting some help here from 70s giant Stelvio Cipriani – who handles the orchestrations! The music is very striking and groovy – a late 60s update of earlier crime jazz modes, but without the funk to come in the 70s – which means that some of the boldest, most compelling sounds come from acoustic instrumentation used in very powerful ways – sometimes spare and subtle, but often with a tenor sax or some other instrument blaring out in the lead! The music is similar to some of Lalo Schifrin's work of the time – and the CD features 28 titles in all, penned by Vandor, and conducted by Cipriani. CD
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiMetti Lo Diavolo Tuo Ne Lo Mio Inferno/Leva Lo Diavolo Tuo Dal Convento/Racconti Proibiti Di Niente Vestiti ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), Early 70s. Used 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A trio of very unusual soundtracks from Stelvio Cipriani – all done for a cycle of films that are billed in the notes as "costume erotic comedies"! The "costume" refers to the fact that the stories are all set in the imagined past – where the erotic styles that Cipriani brings to his usual 70s work take on some slightly different flavors – often augmented more by woodwinds than his electric keys, although there also seems to be a fair bit of cool harpsichord lines as well – a nice change from the usual for Stelvio! The moods shift nicely between the three different films – and although the tracks are short, they work together to serve up this very rich pastiche of the mighty talents of Cipriani – heard here in a double-length package that really opens up a lost side of his work. The 2CD set features a whopping 56 tracks in all! CD
(Limited to 300 copies.)

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiMark Il Poliziotto (crystal vinyl pressing) ... LP
Cinevox (Italy), 1975. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Funky Cipriani – and one of the best 70s soundtracks by the amazing Italian composer! The score is for a mid 70s cop film, and it's got a sound that blows away even most American funky cop soundtracks – using wah wah guitar to the Nth degree, in order to super-charge the massively funky rhythms on the set – and somehow managing to produce the other instruments in the set with this weird echo that sort of makes them jump between the speakers! There's incredible off-kilter piano, lots of spacey horns, and even a bit of electric harpsichord, which really sounds amazing. As funky as it is brilliant, and filled with amazing tracks that really blow us away – titles that include "Mark Il Poliziotto", "La Fine Di Cobb", "Lei E La Madre", "Bambole Di Droga", "Mercato", "Kruber Il Tedesco", "Tenerezza", and "Porte Chiuse". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition crystal clear vinyl pressing!)

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiMetti Lo Diavolo Tuo Ne Lo Mio Inferno/Leva Lo Diavolo Tuo Dal Convento/Racconti Proibiti Di Niente Vestiti ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), Early 70s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
A trio of very unusual soundtracks from Stelvio Cipriani – all done for a cycle of films that are billed in the notes as "costume erotic comedies"! The "costume" refers to the fact that the stories are all set in the imagined past – where the erotic styles that Cipriani brings to his usual 70s work take on some slightly different flavors – often augmented more by woodwinds than his electric keys, although there also seems to be a fair bit of cool harpsichord lines as well – a nice change from the usual for Stelvio! The moods shift nicely between the three different films – and although the tracks are short, they work together to serve up this very rich pastiche of the mighty talents of Cipriani – heard here in a double-length package that really opens up a lost side of his work. The 2CD set features a whopping 56 tracks in all! CD
(Limited to 300 copies.)

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiSbirro – La Tua Legge E Lenta La Mia No (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Digitmovies (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
There's few folks we love more for a cop/crime soundtrack than the great Stelvio Cipriani – as the 70s Italian maestro always has a way of making things groove, but with these cool sophisticated touches that make his music more distinct than most! This set's clearly got an influence from American crime scores from a few years before, but Stelvio takes things in all these cool directions of his own – which include putting in a nice sense of space on the mellower groovers, shifting up some of the instrumentation from the usual, and also bringing in his great ear for a keyboard part at just the right moment! This issue of the album features three bonus tracks not on any other reissue – and the sound quality is wonderful. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 300!)

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✨✧ Stelvio CiprianiSbirro – La Tua Legge E Lenta La Mia No (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
There's few folks we love more for a cop/crime soundtrack than the great Stelvio Cipriani – as the 70s Italian maestro always has a way of making things groove, but with these cool sophisticated touches that make his music more distinct than most! This set's clearly got an influence from American crime scores from a few years before, but Stelvio takes things in all these cool directions of his own – which include putting in a nice sense of space on the mellower groovers, shifting up some of the instrumentation from the usual, and also bringing in his great ear for a keyboard part at just the right moment! This issue of the album features three bonus tracks not on any other reissue – and the sound quality is wonderful. CD
 
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Mort GarsonMusic From Patch Cord Productions ... CD
Sacred Bones, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $12.99 14.98
A tremendous collection of work from moog maestro Mort Garson – a name you might know from projects like the Wozard Of Iz, Lucifer, or Ataraxia – stepping out here on some much more obscure recordings, including some that appear here for the first time ever! Garson was easily one of the hippest and most talented artists to work with the moog and related analogue electronics – and his music was always a cut above some of the more simple moog pop instrumentals – as Mort brought in lots of original ideas and compositions to his recordings, while also using the electronics for melody as much as for effect. That blend is very much in place here – on tracks from a number of different projects, including some cool advertising work – and at times, there's a slinky sensuality to Garson's electronics that almost sound like the Italian cinema work of Stelvio Cipriani. Titles include "Killers Of The Wild", "Music For Advertising 2", "Is He Trying To Tell Us Something (inst)", "Geisha Girl", "Space Walker", "Dragonfly", "Cathedral Of Pleasure", "Realizations Of An Aeropolis", and "Son Of Blob Theme". CD
Also available Music From Patch Cord Productions (purple vinyl pressing) ... LP 18.99

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Mort GarsonMusic From Patch Cord Productions (purple vinyl pressing) ... LP
Sacred Bones, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $18.99 22.98
A tremendous collection of work from moog maestro Mort Garson – a name you might know from projects like the Wozard Of Iz, Lucifer, or Ataraxia – stepping out here on some much more obscure recordings, including some that appear here for the first time ever! Garson was easily one of the hippest and most talented artists to work with the moog and related analogue electronics – and his music was always a cut above some of the more simple moog pop instrumentals – as Mort brought in lots of original ideas and compositions to his recordings, while also using the electronics for melody as much as for effect. That blend is very much in place here – on tracks from a number of different projects, including some cool advertising work – and at times, there's a slinky sensuality to Garson's electronics that almost sound like the Italian cinema work of Stelvio Cipriani. Titles include "Killers Of The Wild", "Music For Advertising 2", "Is He Trying To Tell Us Something (inst)", "Geisha Girl", "Space Walker", "Dragonfly", "Cathedral Of Pleasure", "Realizations Of An Aeropolis", and "Son Of Blob Theme". LP, Vinyl record album
(Indie-exclusive purple vinyl pressing!)
Also available Music From Patch Cord Productions ... CD 12.99

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VariousEsterno Notte Vol 3 – The Ultimate Italian Cinematic Prog & Urban Jazz-Funk Collection 1974 to 1979 (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Four Flies (Italy), Mid 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $42.99 44.99
A great entry in this very groovy series – one that shifts the title a bit from previous volumes, and which also moves the music a bit too – but all while staying pretty darn funky! The set's got much more of a 70s soundtrack vibe than some of the other entries – loads of great keyboards, heavy basslines, riffing guitar, and other elements that are often used in ways that remind us of the bigger blacksploitation and crime/cop work of the decade – but cooler, hipper, and a lot more obscure! Titles include "La Professoressa Di Scienze Naturali" by Alessandro Alessandroni, "Addio Ultimo Uomo" by Franco Godi, "Uragno Sulle Bermuda" by Stelvio Cipriani, "L'Occhio Dietro La Parete" by Pippo Caruso, "A Pugni Nudi" by Franco Bixio/Fabio Frizzi/Vince Tempera, "Le Evase" by Pippo Caruso, "La Sbandata" by Domenico Modugno & Gianni Oddi, "Afrika Erotika" by Alessandro Blonksteiner, "Nove Ospiti Per Un Delitto" by Carlo Savina, and "Maladolescenza" by Pippo Caruso. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Jean-Claude NachonLa Femme Objet ... LP
Les Disques Du Culte (France), Early 80s. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A record with a sexy little cover, but one that's got a lot more electronic appeal than you might expect – porno soundtrack music from Jean Claude Nachon, but scored with an array of keyboards and other electronic instruments – in ways that are very different than any sort of classic 70s pornographic music! The feel here different from track to track – some have maybe a Stelvio Cipriani sort of keyboard charm, others are more spare and electric – almost like a shorter take on German 70s material, mixed with some quirkier early 80s elements too. The whole thing's maybe as appealing to fans of some of the German reissues on the Bureau B label as it is vintage soundtrack work. Tracks are of varying length, and titles include "Interlude Interlope", "Supternaturiste", "Olga Et L'Attachee Des Fesses", "Eros Thanatos Et Mykonos", "Rodeo Romantique Pour Angelique", "Portrait Robot D'Une Poupee Gonflee", "Recontre Du Troisieme Sexe", and "Kim Et Olga Dezipent Les Gigabits". LP, Vinyl record album
(NOTE: Comes with a very pornographic comic book and inserts. Be warned – not for the sensitive!)

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✨✧ Francis LaiMade In France (transparent blue vinyl pressing) ... LP
Play Time (France), Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Really great work from Francis Lai – that famous film composer from the French scene of the 60s and 70s – stepping out here on a host of instrumentals done as a non-soundtrack project! Many of the tunes are themes that Lai did for movies – including some from fairly rare soundtracks – but they're mixed here with non-film tunes, and served up in fresh versions – all of which make for the kind of nicely unified record that shows why Francis was to French cinema what guys like Armando Trovajoli or Stelvio Cipriani were to Italian movies! Titles include "Smic Smac Smoc", "La Fontaine", "Snow Frolic", "I Think Of You", "On Croit Que C'Est L'Amour", "Les Nuits Sont Trop Courtes", "La Solitude", "Les Petroleuses", and "Adagio Por Orgue Choeur & Cordes". LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand-numbered limited edition of 700 – on blue vinyl!)

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✨✧ Ennio MorriconeDedicato Al Mare Egeo (limited edition with bonus tracks) ... CD
Quartet (Spain), 1979. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
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 underscores the erotic, ala Stelvio Cipriani – mixed with sweet touches that include the occasional sax solo, vocals from Edda Dell'Orso, and a bit of violin from Yoko Sato – all handled in a way that's a lot more tasteful and compelling than some other work of this nature from the time! Titles include "Dedicato Al Mare Egeo", "Lisa E Nikos", "E Fuggi Via", "Vedere E Non Saper", Tre Per Tre", and "La Donna Della Finestra Di Fronte". This limited edition on Quartet includes 11 bonus tracks – "Cavallina A Cavallo", "Un Grido", "Tre Per Tre", "Vedere E Non Sapere" and more. CD
 
 
 



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