12″ LP, Harvest, 1975
These Canadian glam-rockers are best known for their song “The Mexican.” That song isn’t on this record, but they do play a funky ’70s rock version of “A Fistful of Dollars.” Move over, Walter Murphy!
I love epics. Some of my favorite films fall into this category, which I would split into two sub-groups – the messy epic and the icy epic. 882 more words
Released on Digit Movies SENZA SAPERE NIENTE DI LEI was first seen in cinemas in 1969.The films story line is a dark and mysterious one, for which Maestro Ennio Morricone provided a suitably atmospheric soundtrack, the composer underlining the movies scenario effectively with a slow waltz like theme which is reprized throughout the score in varying arrangements containing differing orchestration etc. 417 more words
Originally issued on a two LP set back in 1971, which also featured Morricone’s score to INCONTRO, this is the first ever CD releases of this near forgotten Morricone score, again it is Digit movies that we have to thank for locating and restoring this soundtrack from the vaults of CAM records in Italy. 325 more words
Il fallait bien que je vois le film duquel tous les clichés de films westerns proviennent!
Le spaghetti western par excellence, ou du moins c’est ce que tous les experts prétendent, « The Good, the Bad and the Ugly » se passe durant la Guerre Civile dans un petit bled du Nouveau Mexique, un temps où les gens tentent de survivre. 403 more words