Release Date: August 28, 2014
|1.||AVERE VENT'ANNI: Avere vent'anni (titoli vocal)||2:37|
|2.||Avere vent'anni (strum.)||2:36|
|3.||Avere vent'anni (choir)||23682:32|
|4.||Avere vent'anni (strum.)||2:36|
|5.||Avere vent'anni (choir)||2:31|
|6.||Avere vent'anni (strum.)||23682:32|
|7.||Avere vent'anni (finale vocal)||2:22|
|8.||L'AMBIZIOSO: The Climber (single side A)||3:16|
|9.||Naples' Dock (single side B)||3:04|
|11.||The Climber (strum.)||3:17|
|14.||The Climber (alternate vocal)||3:11|
|18.||The Climber (strum.)||3:18|
|22.||The Climber (alternate vocal)||3:13|
|Total Album Time:||47416:20|
No music has ever been released from Avere vent'anni and on the master tapes from the recording session we only found the songs played during the beginning and ending credits. These songs, played by Gloria Guida, include instrumental versions with a choir. The other music on the film strip (dance music, country music with guitar and Oriental music) could not be located. We assume it was M° Campanino archive material.
For L'ambizioso, C.A.M. only released a 45 LP record (AMP 150) with two tracks. On our CD we used the master tapes in stereo from the original recording session. We were allowed to release every note recorded, including the song from the single and alternative version, the frenetic detective story theme from side B, and the romantic themes for the brief love story between the criminal and the young shop assistant.
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