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Federico Fellini’s 60’s experimental flick Toby Dammit is a great film by a legendary director, and the soundtrack ain’t bad either. The highly respected Nino Rota does an excellent, dramatic job arranging the score, and there is also a significant appearance from a Ray Charles song. LP on Bella Casa.
- Vinyl LP (CASA17LP)
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Ennio Morricone film soundtrack #7063 accompanies Sergio Corbucci’s 1966 film I crudeli (The Hellbenders). The film is a spaghetti western, and needless to say, Morricone scores it like a pro: he pretty much invented this universally recognised sound after all. 180g vinyl reissue on Bella Casa.
Calling Goblin a prog rock band would be entirely misleading, considering their dedication to making instrumental music that pulled jazz, European folk and piercingly loud organ Baroque into its orbit. Goblin were, if anything, the perfect soundtrack band, using their symphonic soundscaping to score tonnes of films, including the ten that 'Beyond The Darkness 1977-2001' shows off. After years broken up, they even reunited to score the film 'Non Ho Sonno', because this was clearly the biggest crisis modern cinema had ever faced. Listen to 'Beyond The Darkness' and be creeped out to your heart's content.