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Armando Trovajoli - OST Le Dolci Signore
Armando Trovajoli
OST Le Dolci Signore
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
27,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
Armando Trovajoli composed and directed a brilliant lounge-style soundtrack based on the main theme. It is introduced in the opening credits and sung by Mal dei Primivites on track1, and is then reprised with captivating instrumental arrangements. For the four protagonists, Maestro Trovajoli composed a jazz motif with a spylike atmosphere. Armando Trovajoli performs the scat singing with an airy piece using organ and tempo and performs the main theme on the piano. For this LP we were able to use the mono tapes from the recording session.
Directed in 1967 by Luigi Zampa. Starring Ursula Andress, Claudine Auger, Virna Lisi, Marisa Mell, Mario Adorf, Franco Fabrizi, Margherita Guzzinati, Brett Halsey, Marco Guglielmi, Nello Pazzafini, Luciano Salce, Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia, Lando Buzzanca, Vittorio Caprioli, Fred Williams, Frank Wolff, Lia Zoppelli, Jean-Pierre Cassel.
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:Soundtracks
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 Sbirro, La Tua Legge E' Lenta...La Mia No!
Stelvio Cipriani
OST Sbirro, La Tua Legge E' Lenta...La Mia No!
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
27,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
Stelvio Cipriani wrote a rhythmic score with a nostalgic feeling which is then reprised in bossa, suspense, and action music versions. Maestro Cipriani also composed a folk theme to describe the Mafia and Camorra characters who are fighting each other in the film. The LP closes by reprising the folk theme and the main theme. Stelvio Cipriani’s bravura as a piano soloist is also found in this OST. This LP was made possible thanks to the mono masters preserved in the historical archives of the RCA.
Directed in 1979 by Stelvio Massi. Starring Maurizio Merli, Mario Merola, Carmen Scarpitta, Francisco Rabal, Nando Marineo, Massimo Dapporto, Matilde C. Tisano, Massimo Mirani, Remo Varisco, Lidia Costanzo, Gianni Casifa, Anna Canzi, Nino Carillo.
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis - OST ...E Poi Lo Chiamarono Il Magnifico
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
OST ...E Poi Lo Chiamarono Il Magnifico
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
26,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
After Franco Micalizzi had written the music for the first Trinity movie and Guido & Maurizio De Angelis for its sequel, the two musician brothers were recruited again to write a new original score that was issued in those days on an LP (Smash SM 901) with 12 tracks and a duration of about 27 minutes and also on a 45 rpm single (Smash SM 6001) with two tracks. We have searched for the original recording session master tapes which were recently rescued in very good condition and in full stereo: this gave us the chance to add six bonus tracks not included in the original vinyl (duration about 41 minutes). A note for collectors and audiophiles: For this ultimate edition we did not use the album master assembled in 1972, but we were able to recreate the original album mock-up's sequence/editing with all the takes taken directly from first generation stereo session tapes. And this new version has a really improved sound quality. The main theme is called "Don't lose control", a romantic-epic theme with country-pop flavour performed by Gene Roman and reprised as an instrumental version played by a large orchestra. The De Angelis brothers have succeded in recreating the whole Western atmosphere by alternating classic Western-flavoured themes with soft ones like the romantic love theme “Tema di Candida" or "Jesus come to my heart", a Gospel with sacred flavour vocalized by the Nora Orlandi choir.
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:Soundtracks
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.
Nico Fidenco - Blue Jeans
Nico Fidenco
Blue Jeans
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Digitmovies)
28,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
An EP single (Rca TBBO 1114) was originally released with the songs "Blue Jeans" and "A final step," performed by the group Cyan, which open sides A and B. For this LP we used the original tapes in full stereo that were preserved in the RCA archives. Nico Fidenco composed a pleasant soundtrack with a pastoral flair which is dominated by the main theme, a romantic ballad we hear in a faster and slower vocal version. It is then reprised with different instruments: cheerful and rhythmic flute, harmonica and orchestra, harmonica and strings with a touch of country, harpsichord, and classic guitar.
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:Soundtracks
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.
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:Soundtracks
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:Soundtracks
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.
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