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Ennio Morricone

Anche Se Volessi Lavorare, Che Faccio?

Label: Cinevox

Format: CD

Genre: Library/Soundtracks

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"Released in 1972 on the Cinevox record label, Morricone’s score is in a word classic. It contains every musical trademark that we associate with the Maestro, quirky and jaunty backgrounds, romantic and poignant melodies, infectious and haunting musical interludes and emotive and heartrending passages that just melt the listener.  The CD re-issue was also on Cinevox, and the company released it in the November of 2003, it contains a little more music than the LP recording in fact there are four extra cues included but these only have a combined running time of 5 mins 43 secs, but I suppose its better than a straight re-issue of the original album. The first of these is just 22 secs in duration and is a romantically laced few seconds that is performed by the string section. Track number 12, is an alternative take on the scores central theme and is slightly slower in tempo and there are a few pieces of instrumentation absent but there again there are also a few little trills and stabs present that are entertaining and interesting, track 14, is also another version of the central theme, this time entitled Finale it is again slightly different with Alessandro Alessandroni being given more whistling to carry out within the cue, and there seems to be more quirky things occurring in the background on this occasion as well. If you have not got this Morricone classic then please, please seek it out and add it to your collections." - MMI

Cat. number: CD OST-PK 017
Year: 2016