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Gino Peguri - Ost Il Corsaro Nero
Gino Peguri
Ost Il Corsaro Nero
LP+CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
30,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Digitmovies is releasing the LP and CD of the OST from the film “Blackie the Pirate” (original title: “Il Corsaro Nero”). Blackie the Pirate is a fictional character created by the Italian writer Emilio Salgari. The character has appeared in various films throughout the years. The composer Gino Peguri (author of soundtracks for movies like “Bloody Pit of Horror," "Seven Magnificent Pistols", "A Woman on Fire", "Psychopath," "Code Name, Red Roses") wrote an orchestral score for "Blackie the Pirate" which was released in 1971 on a rare LP from RCA (SP 8035) and a rare single Cormorano (ZC 50180). For this CD re-release we were able to find the stereo master tapes from the original album and the complete master tapes from the original recording sessions which include both stereo and mono mixes. In addition to the 12 stereo tracks on the album, we have added nine alternate tracks in stereo and five alternate tracks in mono. This OST is dominated by the fun pop-sounding song in the opening credits called "Orza qui poggia lì," performed by Paolo Ferrara and accompanied by the chorus of Nora Orlandi. For the LP version we brought back the 1971 LP with the addition of the English version of "Orza qui poggia lì” as well as the film version of the track "In the Caribbean" and two alternative versions on side B. Available on CD or LP+CD limited editions of 300 copies.
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis - Continuavano A Chiamarlo Trinita
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
Continuavano A Chiamarlo Trinita
LP+CD | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Digitmovies)
32,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
The journey into the spaghetti westerns world continues, publishing on LP and CD the complete OST by Guido and Maurizio De Angelis for the movie “… continuavano a chiamarlo Trinità” (aka “Trinity is still my name” aka “Vier Fäuste für ein Halleluja” aka “On continue à l’appeler Trinita”) directed by E.B. Clucher (Enzo Barboni) in 1971 and starring Bud Spencer, Terence Hill, Franco Ressel, Yanti Somer, Enzo Tarascio, Alfio Caltabiano, Pupo De Luca, Emilio Delle Piane, Enzo Fiermonte, Jessica Dublin, Dana Ghia. Trinity (Terence Hill) and Child (Bud Spencer), brothers and outlaw vagabonds with a tender heart, are mistaken for federal agents by Parker (Emilio Delle Piane), a violent arms dealer. Taking advantage of the misunderstanding, the two let him willingly “buy” them with the dollars of the shady character, and then try an even bigger shot. They decide to get as much profit as possible from this misunderstanding, and they break in the convent that Parker, after threatening the friars, transformed into warehouse and exchange point of weapons. Continuing to impersonate federal agents they convince the religious men to hand over their fifty thousand U.S. dollars that Mexican rebels have just shelled out in exchange for a shipment of weapons; but Parker suddenly comes in with dozens of his men. Waged against the band of the squire a furious but bloodless struggle - which also involves the brothers Trinity and Child who manage to get the better but ... For this CD we found and used the stereo master tapes of the original session that allowed us to publish every recorded note of this beautiful OST (52:26). This soundtrack was the first by Guido and Maurizio De Angelis for a film with Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, with the editing created for the CD presents nearly faithfully the film sequence (Tr. 1-18), in the second part (Tr. 19-25) the not synchronised versions were included in the movie versions. The De Angelis brothers composed a main theme “Trinity stand tall” (Tr. 2), which anticipates the style that will always be used in the next film with the Dynamic Duo, revisited with variations in Tr. 3, 5, 6, 10, 12, 18 and 20, with guitars and wind instruments with fresh Western taste, forming a melodic theme to emphasise the infatuation of Trinity for the beautiful daughter of the poor immigrant (Remember) that we find in Tr. 13, 16, 19 (version published in 45RPM RCA 74-16157) and Tr. 25 in the most complete version ever published. Another recurring theme in the western musicality but with a touch of beat, is present in the Tr. 7, 8, 9 and 23 that highlight the funniest moments of the film. In describing instead the convent and therefore the sacredness of the place, the De Angelis composed a theme for organ and choir in Tr. 15, 17 and 24 and various tracks to remind the listener of a ‘purely western setting represented by harmonicas, guitars on the tracks 1 (intro of the film), 4, 11, 14 and 21 and the inevitable saloon piano Tr. 22. About the LP version We wished to offer the track list already released in the 1972 album (RCA Cinematre OLS 9) adding two bonus tracks Seq. 2 and the instrumental version of Trinity stand tall.
Riz Ortolani - OST Una Ragione Per Vivere E Una Per Morire
Riz Ortolani
OST Una Ragione Per Vivere E Una Per Morire
LP+CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
29,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Digitmovies is releasing the complete OST by Riz Ortolani for the Spaghetti Western “A Reason to Live, A Reason to Die.” Riz Ortolani composed one of his best scores during his long career with this one, an epic symphonic score where a heroic main theme played by horns and orchestra follows the group of courageous men to their deaths. At the time this OST was recorded, no LP or EP singles were released, but one melody was included as track # 1 on the B side of a rare Japanese album (Cinedisc 5010), on the OST from the movie “The Amazones” (aka “Le guerriere dal seno nudo “). First time ever issued on LP and reissued on CD for the first time in years. Limited edition of 300 copies on CD or 180 gram LP+CD.
Stelvio Cipriani - OST  Poliziotto Sprint
Stelvio Cipriani
OST Poliziotto Sprint
LP+CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
30,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
We are pleased to release for the absolute first time on CD and LP+CD the complete OST by Stelvio Cipriani for the film “Convoy Busters” (aka “Poliziotto Sprint”). Originally C.A.M. had released a single with the two tracks "Speed Machine" and "Crazy Town" (AMP 198). But thanks to the stereo master tapes from the recording session, we had the opportunity to assemble a CD with the entire fabulous OST (43:36 minutes). Stelvio Cipriani managed to describe the character of Agent Palma perfectly through music. Palma is a true "stuntman" in his fight against crime and Cipriani composed a cheerful score which also gives a sense of urban reality with its tangled jungle full of dangers. The rhythms and the typical sound of the moog synthesizer of the late seventies create the right atmosphere, which is a pleasure for the listener who dives back in time and can imagine the daring exploits of the protagonist. Cipriani also manages to lighten up the serious battle between the good cop and the criminal with a sweet love theme introduced and then developed throughout the film. The city life with its chaotic traffic and hectic pace are emphasized by a long piece of large wind orchestra jazz and blues called "Crazy Town" (which was on the B-side of the single) and is also found in its short version. This OST is a great addition to the archive devoted to the film music by legendary Stelvio Cipriani. Limited editions of 300 copies each.
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis - OST La Tigre È Ancora Viva: Sandokan Alla Riscossa!
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
OST La Tigre È Ancora Viva: Sandokan Alla Riscossa!
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
24,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Digitmovies presents on CD and LP the original motion picture soundtrack by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis from the movie “The tiger is still alive: Sandokan to the rescue” (“La tigre è ancora viva: Sandokan alla riscossa”).At that time a 45 rpm single was issued (Rca BB 6135) featuring two tracks, for this LP we have used the stereo master tapes found in the Rca vaults. After a slow and solemn strings introduction of the “Sandokan theme”, the new main theme is presented, for big orchestra and of epic flavour called “Ritorno a Mompracem” (Tr.1 - side B). This theme is reprised with several variations: with mandola and strings (Tr.4 - side A), slow and mystic (Tr.6 - side A, Tr.4 - side B), with flute, mandola and bells (Tr.6 - side B) and in vocal version (Tr.1 - side A). The score is also enriched with very rhythmic action music like Tr.3 - side A, Tr.2 - side B, Tr.5 - side A e Tr.7 - side B, and of ethnic flavour (Tr.7 - side A). The Sandokan theme is reprised with an atonal way with reverberated harps in Tr.3 - side B. Although a digital restoration occurred some audio anomalies (pre-existing on the original sources) remain.Mompracem villagers are scared and left hungry by the ferocious Sultan Abdullah, a sovereign cowardly and cruel, serving the British. Jamilah, a young woman, returns to Mompracem to call the old 'tigers" to battle, but is hunted by the sultan's guards and is about to be killed, but she was saved by the Greek adventurer Teotokris. The latter decides to help her, making a long journey to India in search of Sandokan, sheltering there to convince him to resume his fight against the British.
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis - OST Orzowei Il Figlio Della Savana
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
OST Orzowei Il Figlio Della Savana
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
24,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Digitmovies releases for the very first time on CD and LP the complete edition in full stereo of the OST for the Italian cult TV series "Orzowei" which was composed by the prolific brothers Guido & Maurizio De Angelis. Based on the novel “Orzowei” written by Alberto Manzi and issued in 1955, the story was adapted into 13 episodes of an international TV hit series wich was produced in 1976 by Italian and German companies. It was directed by the French filmaker Yves Allégret and starred Peter Marshall as Isa / Orzowei, the British star Stanley Baker, Doris Kunstmann, Vincenzo Crocitti, and Bonne Lubega. This TV program was broadcasted in Italy in early 1977 and presented again with version especially re-edited for cinema theaters called "Orzowei - il figlio della savana” (“Orzowei - Son of the Savannah”).Isa, a white child abandoned in the forest of South Africa, is found and raised like a son by an old great warrior and by an old woman, both of them belonging to the Swazi people, an ethnic grouping of the Bantu tribe. Due to his white skin he is jokingly called Orzowei, “the found”. After his escape from the Swazi village, he takes refuge to a forest where he is adopted as a son by Pao, the sage man of a Bosciman tribe. At the end Orzowei will really have to fight against the Swazi, the people who had brought him up as a child, and to defeat Mesei, his arch enemy.In those days only one single was issued: RCA BB 6054, a very big international record hit. This CD has been possible thanks to the stereo master tapes which have been well preserved in the RCA archives. Concerning "Orzowei" besides the 45 rpm single versions “Orzowei” and “Le notti di Orzowei” we have also added alternate takes of the famous theme song like a different mix, the instrumental version, an evocative version with an echoed solo flute, the very cool karaoke version, an alternate take of “Le notti di Orzowei” without flute (all the original material discovered on the master tapes, if we consider that possibly in the TV series library music was re-used). Only recently we were able to discover on another mastertape three extra alternate takes that with big joy we include in thi very new re-issue. A OST of the ’70s Italian TV CULT which we absolutely wanted to rescue and preserve to honour the musical art of Guido & Maurizio De Angelis.
Stelvio Cipriani - OST Dov'e Anna?
Stelvio Cipriani
OST Dov'e Anna?
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
23,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
In 1976, a 45 rpm was released, this song remaining for weeks on top of the Hit Parade charts. Stelvio Cipriani has composed a musical commentary characterized from various themes of love, suspense, policing style and dance in addition to alternative versions of the main theme. For the production of this CD/LP were used the original stereo master tapes.
Piero Piccioni - OST Le Streghe
Piero Piccioni
OST Le Streghe
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
24,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
The film, which was released on 22 February 1967, is divided into five episodes starring the fascinating Diva Silvana Mangano. “La strega bruciata viva” (“The Witch Scorched Alive”) directed by Luchino Visconti (1st episode): One winter evening Gloria (Mangano), a famous actress, arrives in an Austrian town to spend the evening together with some friends, who turn out to be not the good friends they were supposed to be : By taking advantage of her sudden illness they remove her make-up and look pleased at the small imperfections of the diva. After she has discovered to be pregnant and has a fight over the phone with her husband, the woman leaves again more disturbed than the day before, but hidden and splendid as a true diva for photographers. “Senso civico” (“Citizenship”) directed by Mauro Bolognini (2nd episode): A rich lady (Mangano) takes in her car a wounded driver (Alberto Sordi), but is only concerned not to be late with an appointment. “La terra vista dalla luna” (“The Earth Viewed from the Moon”) directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini (3rd episode): Ciancicato Miao (Totò), accompanied by his son Basciù (Ninetto Davoli), is looking for a nice woman to marry her. The man meets a beautiful deaf-mute girl with green hair who gets into their cabin and transforms it into a lovely home. A miracle! One day Assurdina (Silvana Mangano) dies in an accident, but she comes back under the guise of a ghost to meet the two poor ones and continues to help them in this way. The moral: to be alive or to be dead is just the same thing. “La siciliana” (“The female Sicilian”) directed by Franco Rossi (4th episode): The proud Nunzia (Mangano) causes a feud. “Una sera come le altre” (“A night like any other”) directed by Vittorio De Sica (5th episode): Giovanna (Mangano), a wife neglected by her husband (Clint Eastwood), dreams to make love in a stadium whilst being applauded by a crowd of men only. Five characters of women all embodied by the ethereal beauty of Silvana Mangano, the absolute diva of this film who is in a constant balance between the sacred and the profane, between hell and heaven. The Bolognini and Rossi episodes have virtually no music - except very brief fragments of atonal strings (possibly library music) in the Rossi episode and just a reprise of the “main theme” written by Piero Piccioni for the Visconti episode at the end of the Bolognini episode (an excerpt from the movie’s opening titles).The Pasolini episode was scored by Ennio Morricone (“Mandolinata” appeared on side A of the original Italian 45 rpm single on the United Artists label UA 3113) and subsequently on some compilation, whereas the Visconti and De Sica episodes were entirely scored by Piero Piccioni (the “Cha-cha beat” theme from the De Sica episode was issued on side B of the original Italian 45 rpm single on the United Artists label UA 3113) and a suite from the Visconti episode was later re-recorded by the author for a Japanese anthology devoted to the music for the cinema of Luchino Visconti. This CD (with a total duration close to 63 minutes) focuses only on the music of Piero Piccioni for this film. The tapes were kept in the private archives of M ° Piccioni and they have been found with the big help of Jason Piccioni, the son of the composer.
Romolo Grano - OST Ho Incontrato Un’Ombra
Romolo Grano
OST Ho Incontrato Un’Ombra
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Digitmovies)
22,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Digitmovies is pleased to release the rare LP from the world of 1970s Italian cult TV. “I Have Met a Shadow” (original title: “Ho incontrato un’ombra”) was broadcast by RAI Television in Italy in 1974. The success of this screenplay was also due to the OST written by Romolo Grano. The main theme "A Blue Shadow" became a record and radio hit thanks to composer Berto Pisano’s evocative orchestral arrangement which was released on the EP single (along with "Tema di Silvia") (Ricordi SRL 10707). The leitmotif was also included on an LP under the same label (also containing other songs not related to the background music of this TV series). The true OST of “I have met a shadow" ("Ho Incontrato un’ombra”) only came out on a promotional album under RCA’s label Pegaso, with Grano’s music beautifully arranged and conducted by Berto Pisano. Fortunately we managed to recover the stereo master in excellent condition which had been assembled in the 70s for the limited edition audio vinyl. It’s one of the rarest recordings on the collector’s market. The master tape includes virtually everything that had been recorded for the TV series and which was re-edited in different scenes.
Ennio Morricone - OST Duello Nel Texas
Ennio Morricone
OST Duello Nel Texas
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
23,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Digitmovies, with collaboration of Gruppo Sugar, issues for the very first time on CD, in the de-luxe digipack series, the complete OST in mono by Ennio Morricone for the western movie “Duello nel Texas” (aka “Gunfight at the red sands”) directed in 1963 by Ricardo Blasco and starring Richard Harrison, Giacomo Rossi Stuart, Mikaela. The village of Carteville on the border to Mexico is in danger from a mysterious and dangerous gang of thugs. One night the band assaults the house of a Mexican family, including an orphan of American nationality adopted by Don Diego and known by all as “El Gringo”. The gang kills the householder and steals the gold the family has at home. The man eventually discovers the true identity of the criminals. One against all, “El Gringo” succeeds with cunning and courage in liberating the town from the presence of evildoers forever. For this film Ennio Morricone has signed his first western score ever, just one year before the global success of “Per un pugno di dollari” (aka “A Fistful of Dollars”) by Sergio Leone. Although still far from his musical style which is internationally known for this kind of genre, the then 35 years old Ennio Morricone has composed a strong symphonic score featuring the main theme song “A Gringo Like Me” (we hear both the performance of Peter Tevis and the alternate one of Dicky Jones) which gets reprised with exciting instrumental versions, alternated with saloon music, highly dramatic orchestral passages full of tension, music for wild rides, romantic and epic sequences. Till today only the song performed by the voice of Peter Tevis and a suite of 4:53 issued on a C.A.M. compilation were avaialble on the soundtrack market. For our CD (TT 41:54) we have used every note which had been recorded during the original session. This project has been fully approved by M° Morricone who with his great friendship helped us in the making of a release which is much awaited from all his fans around the world. Limited edition.
Carlo Rustichelli - Brancaleone Alle Crociate
Carlo Rustichelli
Brancaleone Alle Crociate
LP+CD | 1995 | EU | Reissue (Digitmovies)
32,99 €*
Release:1995 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
For the sequel to “For Love and Gold,” Carlo Rustichelli (December 24, 1916, Carpi - 13 November 2004, Rome) resumes his famous “March of Brancaleone” and “Pirulè” (the pilgrim theme), this time entrusting Gianfranco Plenizio to conduct the orchestra. Maestro Rustichelli created a new score which is romantic and veiled with sadness for Felicilla, the witch (Stefania Sandrelli) who enters Brancaleone’s heart. This time Brancaleone gets caught up in the Crusades and the score alternates dramatic with haunting passages that would fit perfectly in a horror film. For our CD (total running time 72:33 minutes), we were able to access the stereo master tapes of the original recording session. We’ve included the audio editing on the first twenty tracks which we personally prepared with Maestro Rustichelli for the CD’s first release in 1995, followed by film versions, alternate takes and the singles released in 1970 on the single RCA Records PM 3573 (S). This is a well-deserved musical recovery for the trio Monicelli, Rustichelli, Gassman, who created a masterpiece for Italian Cinema. Vittorio Gassman won “Best Actor” at the San Sebastian Festival in 1971 for this film.
Carlo Rustichelli - L'Armata Brancaleone
Carlo Rustichelli
L'Armata Brancaleone
LP+CD | 1995 | EU | Reissue (Digitmovies)
32,99 €*
Release:1995 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Carlo Rustichelli (Carpi, December 24, 1916 - Rome, November 13, 2004) was the author of hundreds of film soundtracks and will go down in history for his famous friendship with director Pietro Germi and for the “Brancaleone March,” a true iconic hymn like the “James Bond” theme” by Monty Norman or “the Raiders March” by John Williams from “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. This unforgettable choir motif is introduced by “Branca Branca Branca Leon Leon Leon” and a whistle and is the heart of the background music, which the author reprises with orchestral versions that are sometimes comical and sometimes dramatic- all under the direction of Bruno Nicolai. Two of the other supporting scores are “Pirulè” the psalm theme of the pilgrims, and “Cuccuruccù” sung by a female voice accompanied by the mandola. For our CD (total running time 70:43 minutes) we were able to access the mono master tapes from the original recording session. We’ve included the audio editing on the first fifteen tracks which we personally prepared with Maestro Rustichelli for the CD’s first release in 1995, followed by film versions, alternate takes and the singles released in 1966 on the single Parade PRC 5002. The CD ends with the rare take of the march introduced by the voice of Vittorio Gassman. Winner of three Silver Ribbons, the film was presented in competition at the 19th Cannes Film Festival.
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