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Ennio Morricone

Bossa and Groove (LP, Clear Red)

Label: Vinyl Magic

Format: LP, Coloured

Genre: Library/Soundtracks

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In his long and successful career Ennio Morricone composed many dance songs as it was in fashion in the late sixties and early seventies. Themes that were usually not directly connected with the subjects of the soundtrack, but which were played in disco clubs, on jukeboxes, turntables and on the radio. This collection contains a selection of very cool pieces such as the brilliant main theme from Grand Slam (1967), the shake rock (opening credits) from Dario Argento’s classic Four Flies On Grey Velvet (1971), the danceable from the noir film Violent City (1970), the beat version of the opening credits of “Pioggia sul tuo viso” by The Sorrows, from How I Learned To Love Women (1966), “Per Vittorio (Bossa)” elegant bossa nova with flute and percussions from The Success (1963), the tribal shake from I Cantori Moderni which winks at the Dies Irae from Garden of Delights (1967), “Scuola di ballo al sole” a wild surf piece from The Hawks And The Sparrows (1966), the supreme bossa nova from One Night At Dinner (1969) with the super iconic voice of Edda Dell’Orso, the shake music of “Ostinazione al limone” from What Have You Done To Solange? (1972), “Donnabossa” from Full Hearts And Empty Pockets (1964), a delicate bossa nova with a prominent harpsichord. 

Cat. number: VMLP258
Year: 2024