Huge Tip! ** Double LP, 300 copies. Black Vinyl ** Soundtrack to classic police movie from 1975. First time on LP. Played by Cyan & Baba Yaga. Percussions: Tony Esposito. Track 1 & 2 sung Sammy Barbot. Track 10 & 11 vocalism by Edda Dell'Orso. Between the 60s and 80s, Albert Verrecchia played a major role in Italian pop music and in the European disco and Afro-cosmic scene, both under his own name and under the monikers Albert Weyman and Albert Prince. He was the keyboardist of legendary Italian-French r’n’b band I Pyranas, served as a session Hammondist for singer and TV star Raffaella Carrà, and produced the disco trio Belle Epoque as well as the debut album of singer-songwriter Alan Sorrenti.
Among his many incarnations, in the early and mid-70s he also composed a few soundtracks for Italian genre cinema, including for movies such as the poliziottesco "Roma drogata, la polizia non può intervenire" (Hallucinating Trip, 1975, Lucio Marcaccini) and the erotic drama "Tecnica di un amore" (1972, Brunello Rondi).