Tuesday, 8 November 2016


COME UN GIROTONDO 1. Come Un Girotondo (3:34) 2. Tempo Di Marcia Con Bambino (4:14) 3. Pavana (5:01) 4. Allucinazione Notturna (3:08) 5. Pavana 2 (5:02) 6. Pressione Estrema (2:51) 7. Tensione Romantica (2:00) 8. Attraverso Un Velo (5:38) 9. Pavana 3 (5:01) 10. Come Un Girotondo (#2) (1:41) 11. Pavana 2 (#2) (2:24) 12. M 5c 7c 6c (1:14) 13. Pavana 2 (#3) (1:49) DOWNLOAD AT: http://download-soundtracks.com/movie_soundtracks/forza-italia-soundtrack-by-ennio-morricone/

Sunday, 6 November 2011

WINDOWS (Ennio Morricone)

Track listing

01. A Terrific View (02:13)
02. I Know What I Want (03:32)
03. The Cab Ride (03:02)
04. Dawning (03:09)
05. Night in the City (03:41)
06. The Tapes (01:47)
07. Stand Still (02:19)
08. Don't Hurt Me (00:48)
09. The Taxi Dispatcher (01:23)
10. Light Sweetness (00:55)
11. Please Please Please (04:30)
12. Emily Flees (02:15)
13. A Terrific View (01:11)
14. Quartet for Emily (05:23)
15. River Dawn (01:00)
16. Don't Touch Her (02:10)
17. The Bloody Palm (03:10)
18. End Titles (03:08)

World premiere release of one of the least known scores written by Maestro Ennio Morricone for the American cinema.
Windows (1979), directed by Gordon Willis (his only film as director, since he is more famous as a cinematographer—with credits including such classics as The Godfather and some of Woody Allen's films) starred Talia Shire and Elizabeth Ashley. This psychosexual thriller, set in Manhattan, gave Morricone the opportunity to create an unsettling melodic score, beginning with a gorgeous main theme for piano, glockenspiel, strings and harpsichord entitled "A Terrific View." This theme is the axis of a score that bridges the sound created by Morricone for Italian giallo with the elegant atmosphere of such American movies as Bloodline, The Thing, Disclosure, Frantic and Bugsy.

Windows has never before been released in any format. This is perhaps because there are only about 15 minutes of original music in the film, and because Morricone's recording (made in New York's A&R Studios) has long been thought lost. Luckily, finally appeared the original 24-track master in the MGM vaults—in mint condition—and discovered that Morricone actually wrote 46 minutes of music for the film, instead of only the 15 minutes used in the final film cut.

Now Morricone's complete score has been remixed in stereo, produced and mastered by Daniel Winkler. With a 20-page full color booklet and liner notes by Daniel Schweiger, this release gives all followers of the Roman maestro the opportunity to hear one of his most obscure and surprising works from the late seventies—which finally sees the light 32 years after its recording!


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YOUNG GUNS II (Alan Silvestri)

Track Listing

1. Scars (5:12)
2. Small Hands (3:06)
3. Lynch Mob (4:12)
4. Finish the Game (2:51)
5. Yoo Hoo (2:45)
6. Devil's Deal (1:27)
7. More Than Hello (2:35)
8. Tom Sees the Light (1:32)
9. Coy Dog (2:39)
10. Ride To Guano City (1:10)
11. Battle (2:47)
12. Little Tom Dies (6:49)
13. Garrett's Place (1:11)
14. Chavez's Wound (3:03)
15. You Gonna Shoot? (3:34)
16. Stolen Horse (Finale) (1:20)

Alan Silvestri's exciting score for Geoff Murphy's fresh, much under-appreciated western finally arrives on CD in world premiere complete presentation direct from two-track digital stereo masters! Terrific film offers striking look at Billy The Kid's destiny in aftermath of famed Lincoln County wars & subsequent dogged pursuit by once friend Pat Garrett. Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips & Christian Slater offer youthful, vivid portrayals. Alan Silvestri takes cue from stars, creates fresh, youthful western score melding flavorful percussion, solo guitar, rhythm section & full orchestra. Silvestri anchors with rhythmic minor-key theme, then twists idea in opposite directions: one direction is rousing theme for outlaw gang on the run, other direction is intimate idea for loss of lives during journey... both come from identical melodic & harmonic DNA. Brilliant! Secondary theme, often with chorus, plays for Chavez character (Phillips), ever-weaving, ever-winding towards character's ultimate tragedy "when the spirit horse comes". Dynamic cue ("Little Tom Dies") when gang makes final stand an action highlight. And always under spotlight throughout entire score... that colorful Spanish guitar! Original 1990 "music from and inspired by" album contained all songs with just 1:00 of Silvestri's score! For Intrada CD, entire score is presented complete from digital master elements courtesy both Morgan Creek Productions & composer Silvestri. Rousing western score with both exciting nod to action & sad reflection on changing times hits the bullseye! Alan Silvestri conducts. Intrada Special Collection release available in limited quantity.


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Saturday, 5 November 2011

LINK (Jerry Goldsmith)

Track Listing

1. Main Link (1:35)
2. Welcome Link (3:03)
3. Helpful Link (4:55)
4. Bravo Link (4:37)
5. Swinging Link (6:19)
6. Missing Link (4:44)
7. Peeping Link (3:01)
8. Mighty Link (2:40)
9. Angry Link (2:05)
10. Flaming Link (3:19)
11. End Link (3:04)

Original soundtrack from Richard Franklin horror thriller about chimp experiment gone awry, starring Terence Stamp, Elisabeth Shue. Jerry Goldsmith writes for orchestra in exciting fashion, then adds spunk with electronic drums, keyboards. Results are fresh, tongue-in-cheek, scary. Intrada presents same 1986 album produced by Goldsmith & Mike Ross as originally available on Varese Sarabande label, from same PCM 1610 two-track digital master, courtesy StudioCanal. Contents are identical. Goldsmith produced solid, crisp-sounding album covering all of his major highlights in a perfect presentation. Fans that missed earlier opportunity to obtain 1986 pressing can now enjoy this ultra-rare action treat without having to pay astronomical secondary market prices! Enhanced cover art, informative liner notes from Jeff Bond complete package. Jerry Goldsmith conducts National Philharmonic Orchestra. Intrada Special Collection release limited to 2000 copies!



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VADO... L'AMMAZZO E TORNO (Francesco De Masi)

Track listing

01. Vento e whisky (02:42)
02. Mexico Western (02:46)
03. Monetero's Plan (01:24)
04. Deadly Waiting (02:31)
05. Marisol (02:28)
06. La marcia del gamberetto (02:43)
07. Dead's Looking Out (02:48)
08. Clayton Pursuit (02:03)
09. Riding And Whistling (03:44)
10. Hidden Half (01:16)
11. Mexico Fiesta (04:36)
12. That's Your Turn, Monetero (02:57)
13. Three For Gold (02:04)
14. La marcia del gamberetto (#2) (04:02)
15. Gold And Whisky (01:50)
16. Stranger (02:08)


Wednesday, 10 August 2011

DAYS OF HEAVEN - FSM 2CD (Ennio Morricone)



01-Aquarium (le carnaval des animaux) (2:05)
02-We used to do things (0:48)
03-Enderlin (3:15)
04-Harvest (3:00)
05-Threshing (2:05)
06-Happiness (2:14)
07-The honeymoon (1:26)
08-Swamp dance (3:34)
09-The return (2:32)
10-The chase (2:00)
11-The fire (7:48)
12-Ashes & dust (2:17)
13-Days of heaven (3:30)
14-Main theme (7M1 tk 8) (1:03)
15-The farmer and the girl (theme 18 - Piano version) (1:54)
16-In the field (theme 5 long version, cf. Harvest) (3:00)
17-Bad news (3M1 tk 3) (2:35)
18-Non-stop work (2M1 2nd part) (0:37)
19-Main theme (2M1 1st part) (1:20)
20-Bad news (4M3) (0:37)
21-After wedding (5M2 2nd part) (0:57)
22-Empty house (5M3, cf. the honeymoon) (1:25)
23-On the road (1M2 for 5M4) (1:42)
24-They should leave (6M1, cf. ashes & dust) (2:18)
25-On the road (8M1 long version, cf. happiness) (2:15)
26-Bill returns (8M2, cf. the return) (2:31)
27-The locusts and fire (9M1, cf. the fire) (7:31)
28-The farmer and the girl (11M3 2nd version) (2:28)
29-His death (5M2 1st part) (1:29)
30-The farmer and the girl (10M3, cf. days of heaven) (2:46)

Total time: 1:13:02


01-1M1 (main title) (2:00)
02-1M2 (train ride) (1:44)
03-1M3 (main theme) (1:48)
04-Theme 18 (love theme, long version) (1:22)
05-2M1 1st part (main theme, alternate take) (1:20)
06-2M2 (main theme) (0:54)
07-2M3 (threshing, alternate mix) (2:05)
08-3M1 (bad news, longer version) (2:41)
09-3M2 (work theme) (1:47)
10-3M3 (love theme) (0:59)
11-4M1 (intro to love theme, 2 versions) (0:39)
12-5M1 (love theme) (1:17)
13-5M2 (insect noises with main theme) (1:44)
14-5M3 (the honeymoon, with piano) (1:26)
15-6M1 (intro to love theme - Ashes to dust) (2:42)
16-6M27M27M3 (suspense theme - Main theme, 2 versions) (2:27)
17-8M1 long version (happiness) (2:16)
18-8M2 (the return, piano version) (2:33)
19-Ghost voices (2:33)
20-9M1 (the fire) (7:31)
21-10M1 (pursuit theme) (1:26)
22-10M2 (the killing) (1:06)
23-10M3 (days of heaven) (2:47)
24-11M1 version 1 (the chase) (2:01)
25-11M1 version 2 (love theme) (2:06)
26-11M2 (main theme) (1:03)
27-11M3 version 2 (main theme) (2:37)
28-11M3 version 1 (love theme) (2:33)
29-4M2 (intro to love theme) (bonus track) (0:18)
30-5M2 1st track (insect noises with main theme, alternate) (bonus track) (1:51)
31-5M2 2nd track (main theme, 1st mix) (bonus track) (1:23)
32-5M2 2nd track (main theme, 2nd mix) (bonus track) (1:22)
33-Theme 18 (love theme, short version) (bonus track) (0:47)

Total time: 1:03:08

Terrence Malick's Days of Heaven (1978) is one of the most visually beautiful films ever made. Dreamlike and elliptical, it follows a trio of turn-of-the-century Chicago migrant workers (Richard Gere, Brooke Adams and Linda Manz) to the Texas Panhandle, where they wind up working the wheat fields of a rich and lonely farmer (Sam Shephard). The film also boasts one of the most gorgeous and haunting musical scores ever written by a master of all that is gorgeous and haunting: Ennio Morricone.

Morricone composed three principal themes for the picture: a "Main Theme" (which intentionally references the "Aquarium" movement from Camille Saint-SaĆ«ns's Carnival of the Animals), a pastoral melody for flute (full of optimism and hope), and an unforgettable, elegiac love theme—one of the most compelling and beautiful melodies of the composer's storied career.

In an unusual move, Morricone gave Malick permission to move cues around—the end result being that much of the music was relocated to different parts of the film than those for which it was composed. Still further differences exist between the music as heard in the film and as it was presented on the soundtrack LP issued by Pacific Arts Records and Tapes. Because of these differences, this 2CD set of Morricone's music for Days of Heaven features three programs, all newly remastered from the ½" three- and four-track mixes created in Rome (with a few redone in Los Angeles).

Tracks 1–13 on disc 1 recreate the 1978 soundtrack album, which included most of Morricone's major themes as well as music not heard in the picture. Tracks 14–30 present the Morricone cues as heard in the finished film—without replicating abridgements and repetitions of certain selections. Disc 2 presents an extended, freestanding program of most (but not all) of Morricone's score as recorded, following the chronological sequence of the slate numbers, along with a handful of bonus tracks. Here the score proves to be considerably more diverse than in the finished film.

Days of Heaven's gorgeous cinematography is captured in some of the film stills selected by designer Joe Sikoryak for the 16-page booklet. Since no paperwork survives to indicate the screen action Morricone intended his cues to underscore, FSM has not included the customary track-by-track commentary, but an informative essay by Lukas Kendall and Jeff Bond provides useful background on film and score.

The film is about nothing less than the human experience on earth—fleeting "days of heaven" torn asunder by twists of fate and the selfishness of human society. Morricone's music is a bittersweet expression of the search for happiness and the inevitability of loss that marks the human condition. Days of Heaven remains one of the pinnacles of his astonishingly productive and innovative career.



Monday, 8 August 2011



01. The beginning (2:48)
02. Bright eyes escapes (3:37)
03. Lofty swing (1:36)
04. Stealing the 112 (1:51)
05. Muir woods (1:20)
06. Off you go (2:17)
07. Who am i (2:20)
08. Caesar protects Charles (3:57)
09. The primate facility (2:44)
10. Dodge hoses Caesar (1:39)
11. Rocket attacks Caesar (1:24)
12. Visiting time (2:16)
13. ‘Caesing’ the knife (2:04)
14. Buck is released (1:51)
15. Charles slips away (1:16)
16. Cookies (1:15)
17. Inhaling the virus (2:45)
18. Caesar’s stand (4:23)
19. Gen-Sys freedom (4:56)
20. Zoo breakout (2:40)
21. Golden gate bridge (5:21)
22. The apes attack (2:09)
23. Caesar and Buck (1:57)
24. Caesar’s home (2:40)