Friday, April 23, 2010

Ennio Morricone - Il Clan dei Siciliani - OST (1969)

Right from the first "BOING!" you automatically know this is going to be a classic Morricone soundtrack. A gorgeous theme through and through sets the mood only to vanish and reappear over and over again till its finale. This is the maestro in his prime doing what the stuff thats made of legend. The film is pretty rad in itself. What gets me with these old euro movies and soundtracks is that there is always slight variations with certain song versions in the movie verses the actual LP. Does anybody know why this is? Did Morricone record a version for the film and a separate version for the LP?


1 comment:

dave said...

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