For the first time on LP, Maestro Morricone's full score for "Uccidete il vitello grasso e arrostitelo". A 1969 giallo-noir, full of cruel twists, directed by Salvatore Samperi. This almost unknown soundtrack wasn't released at the time and the original master tapes were carefully archived in the vault of legendary C.A.M. label. Conducted by Bruno Nicolai and featuring voices by Edda Dell'Orso.The maestro delivers one his best scores from the late 60's. A psych-baroque journey with typical beat arrangements, crazy organs solos, wah-wah guitars and tense harpsichord phrases. This incredible soundtrack perfectly reflects the plot of the movie situated in a macabre and mysterious Sicily, a giallo-noir full of cruel twists. Bruno Nicolai conducted this score by Ennio Morricone with a pastoral mood, enriched with canons of the Renaissance but with a stunning modern beat arrangement typical for the late 60, darker passages, slow-grooving organ, vocals gliding softly over light woodwinds, stepping rhythms, and a bit of electric harpsichord. Haunting and mindblowing.