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Piero Piccioni
3 Notti D'Amore (Original Soundtrack)

Not only do Italians know how to create lush film scores on the themes of love, lust and murder, they know how to live the art too! During the 1950s, Piero Piccioni was a prime suspect in the murder of a young girl, Wilma Montesi. It was the first court case to lift the lid and take a peek at the corruption, wealth and sex at the top of Italian society and the public lapped up the tabloid headlines and paparazzi pictures. Piccioni was cleared of all charges and the case remains unsolved. You can hear it all here in Piccioni's 1964 soundtrack, 3 Notti d'Amore. Moving from sensuous sax and relaxed rhythms to tense strings and jumpy horns. It goes through the emotions like only an Italian could. 

Piero Piccioni
Al Cinema Con Piero Piccioni

Though he may be better known in recent years for being sampled by DJ Khaled and Soulja Boy as well as having one of his pieces used to soundtrack a scene in The Big Lebowski, Italian composer Piero Piccioni had a long and distinguished career as a film composer. Al Cinema Con Piero Piccioni, originally released by RCA in 1968 and now back in print thanks to Sonor Music Editions, is a collection of movie themes that serves as a neat introduction to a body of work that spans over 300 film scores. With a stronger penchant jazz and big band than contemporaries like Ennio Morricone, these are prime examples of mid-20th Century Library Music.

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Puppet On A Chain

Here’s a particularly great soundtrack from talented Italian film composer Piero Piccioni, written to score a high drama thriller adapted from an Alistair Maclean novel. Puppet On A Chain, which is driven by brassy horn sections and fabulous Hammond organ, is a wonderfully decadent and funky listening experience. Reissued to vinyl by Silva Screen!
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Piero Piccioni
Cadaveri Eccellenti

Piero Piccioni composed the music for the Francesco Rosi film Cadaveri Eccellenti, based on Leonardo Sciascia’s novel. Now in its complete form for the first time on vinyl, it’s the soundtrack to a haunting portrait of an Italy suffering social and political upheaval lasting well over a decade from the late 1960s onward, punctuated by incidents of violence and terrorism on both sides of the political divide. Jazz and funk are performed with panache by the players on the record. A vital ride through darkness into light. Limited edition of 500. LP on Dagored.
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  • Piero Piccioni

Piero Piccioni
Una Tomba Aperta... Una Bara Vuota

1972’s gothic horror film Una Tomba Aperta… Una Bara Vuota came fully loaded with a powerful score by Piero Piccioni, which is now seeing its first release on vinyl! Piccioni’s work is highly dramatic even when it is being subtle, sneaking around in the shadows with dark jazz and chamber styles. Reissued on Sub OST.
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  • Piero Piccioni

Piero Piccioni
Camille 2000

Piero Piccioni was an Italian composer who worked tirelessly on the scoring of films, racking up over 300 soundtrack credits over his career. His legacy has not been well maintained, but Blind Faith Records have been working with Piero’s son to retrieve and restore the master tapes of several of his soundtracks. Here is the lush and lovely Camille 2000, along with several alternate takes. Double LP.
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Piero Piccioni
Musica amore

Piero Piccioni is an Italian film soundtrack master composer, with stacks of movies under his belt. This particular LP assembles the most romantic highlights from his catalogue, simultaneously revealing the man’s amazing range (Psych! Funk! Lounge! Jazz!). Musica amore will make hearts swoon. Reissued by Cinedelic.
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  • Piero Piccioni

Piero Piccioni
Bora Bora

Bora Bora is an early (1968) example of the erotically-tinged excotica film genre, and as is typical for these kinds of films during this kind of era, the soundtrack is a remarkable creature in its own right. Piero Piccioni’s score dances around in a technicolour fantasy of what Polynesian islands could be like if you were the protagonist in an erotic film. LP reissue with poster, on AMS Records.
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  • Piero Piccioni

Piero Piccioni
Amore Mio Aiutami

Piero Picconi’s soundtrack to Alberto Sordi’s 1969 film Amoroe Mio Aiutami is a gorgeously romantic thing when it wants to be, massed groups of swings sweeping all around. Or it can be loungey, reflecting the film’s movement between romance and comedy. This LP reissue is remastered from the original tapes and includes two bonus tracks.
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Piero Piccioni
Minnesota Clay

A spaghetti western classic soundtrack from the highly prolific Italian composer (over 300 film scores!) Piero Piccioni. Minnesota Clay, directed by Sergio Corbucci in 1964, boasts jail time, showdowns and revenge - all soundtracked exquisitely with this pulsating score. Out on vinyl LP from Contempo.
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Piero Piccioni
Colpo Rovente: Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film

Another tasty reissue here, us having to do our very best not to sink our teeth straight into the precious 180gr vinyl. Remastered from the original tapes, the soundtrack to Colpo Rovente is infamous as notoriously hard to find, and even harder to turn off once you've found it. Filled with lush big band scores, rich funk and passionate, intimate cool jazz, this soundtrack is a work of art in its own right.
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  • Piero Piccioni