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 Posted:   Mar 24, 2014 - 8:12 PM   
 By:   blue15   (Member)

"Digitmovies is pleased to publish for the first time, complete and in full stereo, the OST by Riz Ortolani for the movie “The Dead are Alive”, directed in 1972 by Armando Crispino. For the realization of this project, which was left in a drawer for years, but only now is achieved, thanks to the approval of the author, have been used stereo master tapes first generation of the original recording session in perfect condition. Riz Ortolani wrote one of the most beautiful themes of his long and successful career."

"Digitmovies continues to explore the world of Totò by publishing, for the first time, the complete OST by Armando Trovajoli, taken from the movie "Totò e Peppino Divisi a Berlino" (aka "Toto and Peppino divided in Berlin") in 1962, directed by Giorgio Bianchi. For this, lasting 38:00 minutes, we used the master tapes in the original mono recording session. Armando Trovajoli has composed and conducted a delicious OST, based on a recurring theme, which the author introduces samba time in opening credits, after with different arrangements, and alternating to military marches that well describe the atmosphere of the iron curtain in which are involved the two protagonists."

"Digitmovies is proud to be able to release a long-held dream by issuing, on a triple CD set, for the first time, complete and in full stereo the OST by Fiorenzo Carpi for the TV drama, directed in 1972 by Luigi Comencini "Le Avventure di Pinocchio" (aka "The Adventures of Pinocchio"), based on the international novel by Carlo Collodi. For the production of our triple box set (total time 200:04 minutes) we were able to access the master tapes in full stereo of the recording sessions of the time which allowed us to use every note recorded in 1972, under the direction of the fabulous orchestra conductor Bruno Nicolai (who had also handled the arrangements)."

 Posted:   Mar 24, 2014 - 10:14 PM   
 By:   Josh   (Member)

Wow! Early '70s Riz Ortolani horror score out of nowhere, and in stereo no less. I'm all over that.

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