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 Posted:   Aug 7, 2014 - 10:57 AM   
 By:   Morricone   (Member)

Looks like the same guys who brought us DANGER;DIABOLIK/FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE

As always I prefer the originals but much of this seems lost and they do respect his sound and do what they can to adhere to it. Without a doubt just based on some of those titles on the cover I will be buying.




http://www.amazon.fr/Rare-Unreleased-Soundtracks-Ennio-Morricone/dp/B00M9D4P7A/ref=sr_1_2?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1407401510&sr=1-2&keywords=Morricone

 
 Posted:   Aug 7, 2014 - 12:22 PM   
 By:   Jörn   (Member)

Well, I see the posters of QUEIMADA and ORCA on the CD-Cover.
Both are defenetly not rare or unreleased scores.

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 7, 2014 - 2:33 PM   
 By:   Morricone   (Member)

Well, I see the posters of QUEIMADA and ORCA on the CD-Cover.
Both are defenetly not rare or unreleased scores.



ORCA when it came out had a soundtrack release only in Japan on LP. That lone release is what is on the Legend CD. The rest is reputedly lost like many DeLaurentiis productions, so that qualifies as practically lost.

With QUIEMADA you may have a point but judging from those other titles I trust they have found some unreleased music, maybe the song, and reconstructed it on this CD from BURN!

So that leaves the other totally unreleased titles that I have been waiting since the 70s to hear.
Titles no one has had in any shape or form. They get this jaded Morricone collector's eyes to open wide.

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 21, 2014 - 8:01 AM   
 By:   Morricone   (Member)

CUES from CHI MAI website:

Disc or Side 1



1/1. 2:10 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #1 (titoli di testa) (2014)
1/2. 1:44 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #2 (fischio) (2014)
1/3. 2:34 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) Giovanni ed Elviruccia #1 (2014)
1/4. 2:16 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #3 (piano) (2014)
1/5. 1:48 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #4 (chitarra) (2014)
1/6. 2:06 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #5 (immagine) (2014)
1/7. 1:37 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #6 (honky piano) (2014)
1/8. 2:53 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #7 (vers. instr.) (2014)
1/9. 0:50 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #8 (fisarmonica) (2014)
1/10. 1:17 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) Giovanni ed Elviruccia #2 (2014)
1/11. 2:11 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #9 (fischio) (2014)
1/12. 0:56 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #10 (mandolino) (2014)
1/13. 2:56 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #11 (ottoni) (2014)
1/14. 3:39 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (1969) I giorni tuoi, le notti mie #12 (voc. italiano) (2014)
1/15. 3:59 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Nessuno deve sapere #1 (2014)
1/16. 3:34 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Convergenze (2014)
1/17. 1:45 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Nessuno deve sapere #2 (2014)
1/18. 3:16 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Frequenza (2014)
1/19. 1:22 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Nessuno deve sapere #3 (2014)
1/20. 3:49 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Fasi (2014)
1/21. 3:54 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Gravitazione (2014)
1/22. 2:08 Nessuno deve sapere (1972) Nessuno deve sapere #4 (2014)

Disc or Side 2



2/1. 0:40 Ventimila leghe sotto i mari (1961) Intro (2014)
2/2. 2:31 Ventimila leghe sotto i mari (1961) Il Nautilus (2014)
2/3. 0:30 Ventimila leghe sotto i mari (1961) Finale (2014)
2/4. 1:48 I Due evasi di Sing Sing (1964) Sadik (2014)
2/5. 1:18 I Due evasi di Sing Sing (1964) I due evasi di Sing Sing (2014)
2/6. 1:48 I Due evasi di Sing Sing (1964) Speed King (2014)
2/7. 1:20 I Marziani hanno dodici mani (1964) Marcia dei marziani (2014)
2/8. 1:52 Una Nuova fonte di energia (1964) Intro (2014)
2/9. 1:38 Una Nuova fonte di energia (1964) Finale (2014)
2/10. 2:04 La Ragazza e il generale (1967) La ragazza e il generale (2014)
2/11. 1:05 La Ragazza e il generale (1967) La ragazza e il generale (a Virna) (2014)
2/12. 1:57 La Ragazza e il generale (1967) La ragazza e il generale (malinconia) (2014)
2/13. 1:57 Roma come Chicago (1968) Se non ci fosse une storia (titoli di coda) (2014)
2/14. 4:23 H2S (1969) Luna Canadese (2014)
2/15. 2:34 Queimada! (1969) Pattuglia (2014)
2/16. 1:34 Giotto (1969) Chitarra e voce #1 (2014)
2/17. 1:51 Giotto (1969) Il corvo professore (2014)
2/18. 1:54 Giotto (1969) Chitarra e voce #4 (2014)
2/19. 3:40 Giotto (1969) Doppia fuga (2014)
2/20. 1:36 Todo Modo (1976) Todo modo (2014)
2/21. 2:19 Orca (1977) L’orca assassina (2014)
Total Time: 93:03

1/1 - 1/13, 1/15 - 1/22, 2/1 - 2/12, 2/14 - 2/21: Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger; I Solisti e Orchestre del Cinema Italiano Arranger Performer;
1/14: Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger; I Solisti e Orchestre del Cinema Italiano Arranger Performer; Gianni Meccia Lyrics;
2/13: Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger; Bruno Nicolai Composer Arranger; I Solisti e Orchestre del Cinema Italiano Arranger Performer;

http://www.chimai.com/index.cfm?module=MUS&mode=ALB&id=5115

 
 Posted:   Aug 22, 2014 - 4:50 AM   
 By:   Thomas   (Member)

What's the general verdict on the cue list then? Disc one I assume are the complete scores from those 2 films (which I've never heard of, to be honest), Disc two some tracks from various scores? Anyone familiar with any of these selections?

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 22, 2014 - 5:29 AM   
 By:   Dorian   (Member)

Are these recordings arranged from the cue sheets (if they exist) or transcribed from the actual tracks as heard in the films?

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 22, 2014 - 9:46 AM   
 By:   BillCarson   (Member)

Unless some weird arrangement is going on, Morricone has always been very restrictive on making his partitures available.
Previously anyone wishing to perform Morricones music had to transcribe the sheets themselves.
Even Alessandroni had to spend all summer listening to and transcribing and orchestrating Morricones western themes for his Leone concert in Castelfranco that i went to.

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 22, 2014 - 5:52 PM   
 By:   Morricone   (Member)

So it depends on how good those transcriptions are and what alternatives there are.

Based on their previous DANGERbig grinIABOLIK their transcriptions are really good and based on the titles they selected they look to fill gaps in Morricone's missing tapes scores.

As a hardcore collector who has virtually everything that has come out by him, this is a dream come true.

 
 Posted:   Aug 23, 2014 - 1:28 AM   
 By:   johnbijl   (Member)

DANGERbig grinIABOLIK

Haha.

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 24, 2014 - 10:41 PM   
 By:   John Bender   (Member)

Thomas, here (drop-box link) is my favorite cue, called Triplex, from I DUE EVASI DI SING SING (but unfortunately not covered by the Orchestra): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/264382062/MUSIC/Triplex-I%20DUE%20EVASI.mp3

Triplex seems to be conceptually / impressionistically related to Ennio's more aggressive Euro Spy work, and maybe more obliquely to stuff like ROME COME CHICAGO. And it is possible that Triplex, and other cues like it, were influenced by Barry's Bond Sound - in this instance GOLDFINGER or FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE. The bold brass and threatening demeanor are emblematic of Barry's seminal and all-persuasive inventions for the post-DR. NO genre.

I too am VERY grateful for these CDs from the mysterious Solisti e Orchestre del Cinema Italiano (which may even be just a few highly determined and impassioned individuals using computer technology). God bless them, and may their efforts light some hot fires under some better suited - but pathetically dragging - asses. We know who I mean!

 
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