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8 thoughts on “ Sergio Leone - Various - Six Gun Surf (CD)

  1. Using almost the same great talents as Sergio Leone's Dollars Trilogy, with the orchestra conducted by fellow composer Bruno Nicolai, and the mighty twangin' guitar of Alessandro Alessandroni, the maestro Morricone delivers outstanding results! Pressed on "splatter" vinyl (black with sand speckles), includes poster, remastered sound.
  2. Django Unchained, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 18 December on Universal Republic (catalog no. B; CD). Genres: Film Soundtrack, Spaghetti Western.
  3. A European who came to dominate the scoring of westerns, Ennio Morricone is a unique figure in the history of film music. Morricone was born in Rome, the son of a jazz trumpet player, in
  4. Aug 01,  · In that same ‘60s package is the new Sergio Leone Anthology (MGM; $), which joins to the already existing special edition of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly () brand new double discs with bells-and-whistles versions of A Fistful of Dollars (), For a Few Dollars More () and, for the first time, what appears to be the.
  5. The Mercenary (Sergio Corbucci, )* Once Upon a Time in the West (Sergio Leone, )* A Fistful of Dollars (Sergio Leone, )* Day of Anger (Tonino Valerii, ) Death Rides a Horse (Giulio.
  6. Grindhouse Releasing is proud to present the first-ever U.S. blu-ray release of the greatest Spaghetti Western you've never seen: Sergio Sollima's widescreen epic THE BIG GUNDOWN. Written by ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST screenwriter Sergio Donati, THE BIG GUNDOWN features an incredible soundtrack by Ennio Morricone. This special edition contains an additional 15 minutes of gunslinging .
  7. In that same ‘60s package is the new Sergio Leone Anthology (MGM; $), which joins to the already existing special edition of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly () brand new double discs with bells-and-whistles versions of A Fistful of Dollars (), For a Few Dollars More () and, for the first time, what appears to be the.
  8. The overall blend of music on this album is enough to make you pull out the Sergio Leone movies and put on your gun belt and spurs. Having albums from several bands that added to this compilation, I believe they took some of their better work for this mix. The only problem is the availability of this CD/LP/5(3).

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