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Edition of 500 copies. After the amazing discovery of the terrific score to Sortilegio, Silvano D'Auria shines once again as one of the best Italian film music composer. Recorded in 1972, but previously unreleased on any format, this soundtrack embodies the essence of the spaghetti sound from the golden age, feat. Edda Dell'Orso and I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni. Dreamy bossanova, baroque-jazz, fuzz guitar, psychedelic flute, wide and panoramic themes sung by the heavenly Edda Dell’Orso, and arranged by her husband Giacomo (a.k.a. Oscar Lindok). And furthermore, kriminal beats, spy-exotic flavours, and dreamlike suspense, as well as the unmistakable voices of I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni.
Recorded in 1972, but previously unreleased on any format, The Long Arm of the Godfather (a.k.a. Raffica), embodies the essence of the best Italian soundtracks from early 70s. Pure class and top-quality sounds, played by some of the best Italian session musicians of the time.
After the amazing discovery of the terrific and esoteric score to Sortilegio, Silvano D’Auria shines once again as a talented film composer. Groove, elegance, and sensuality are all brilliantly represented on this record. Limited Edition of 500 copies with a bonus CD included