* 2023 Repress in 180 gr. green and silver vinyl. Limited to 500 copies * A catalog such as Beat Records, with its roots in the '60s may have a difficult logistic. Beat Records changed many times head quarter up to moving to Via Filippo Nicolai 16 from the late '80s up to nowadays. Such a company catalog, sensibly grown during 55 years of life, was always needing more space and so, recently, the label decided to find a new place where to agglomerate various storages spread through Rome. What does all the above things have to do with They Call Him Trinity? A lot, while archiving some tapes in order to prepare our forthcoming transfer, the label found them. Six 24-track master tapes belonging to the original recording session. Priceless material stored in crates in a corner, still there to be archived since a preceding moving. A brief e-mail exchange with our co-publishers of Carosello, a meeting in Milan with Adriana Branchini and Dario Giovannini, to get their support and they proceeded with this recovery project. The first release of this score is dated January 1971, this 2021 December the 50th year will expire. With all due precautions Beat Records transferred the tapes and organized a remastering session in Trafalgar studios, Enrico De Gemini experience, responsible of West catalog, guided the recovery and restoration. Surprises weren't late, the recording was perfect, the crisp sound could be remastered in a brilliant stereo. One of the most beloved Western soundtracks of all time is going to live a second youth with a great dynamic, not saturated, the various ingredients and still tasting the mixed amazing resulting effect. And there is a lot of unreleased material, an amazing deguello version featuring a trumpet instead of the flugelhorn, a beautiful alternate version of "Di Fronte Ai Killers", of "Un Cowboy e Due Ragazze", and a lot of unreleased takes of "Trinity's Valley" in which Franco De Gemini harmonica is prominent. Mastering by Enrico De Gemini; graphic layout by Daniele De Gemini.