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Che fine ha fatto Toto baby? / Gli onorevoli

Che fine ha fatto Toto baby? / Gli onorevoli

Digitmovies (CDDM244)

Release Date: November 4, 2013

Format: CD

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Track Listing

1. CHE FINE HA FATTO TOTO BABY?: Seq.1 - titoli 1:42
2. Seq. 2 1:55
3. Seq. 3 1:03
4. Seq. 4 3:31
5. Seq. 5 2:49
6. Seq. 6 1:20
7. Seq. 7 3:06
8. Seq. 8 1:22
9. Seq. 9 2:08
10. Seq. 10 3:11
11. Seq. 11 3:20
12. Seq. 12 - finale 1:01
13. GLI ONOREVOLI: Seq.1 - titoli 5:44
14. Seq. 2 1:17
15. Seq. 3 3:22
16. Seq. 4 1:34
17. Seq. 5 2:05
18. Seq. 6 3:22
19. Seq. 7 3:52
20. Seq. 8 1:15
21. Seq. 9 3:46
22. Seq. 10 1:18
23. Seq. 11 4:54
24. Seq. 12 1:14
25. Seq. 13 - finale 1:31
  Total Album Time: 61:42

From the Manufacturer

Digitmovies continues its journey through music taken from comedy films with TotÚ, publishing, for the very first time on CD, two complete OSTs by Armando Trovajoli. Che fine ha fatto Toto baby? and Gli onorevoli. For Che fine ha fatto Toto baby?, Armando Trovajoli composed a nice comment where, through his unique style, he alternates lively Twist dance music–supported by "I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni", introduced in the Main Titles (Tr.1, Tr.5)–with transitions of mystery and suspense where a recurring theme for electric bass and celesta emerges, which is particularly hypnotic and fearsome (Tr.4, Tr.7, Tr.11). This is later reused by director Mario Bava in his Operation fear of 1966, with its modern sound that seems to anticipate the atmosphere of the films of Dario Argento.

For Gli onorevoli, Armando Trovajoli has composed a nice comment based on a recurring military march of American taste introduced in the Main Titles (Tr.13), shot with funny versions in Tr.16, TR17, Tr.19, Tr.24, alternated with both instrumental and vocal music in various styles (Tr.14 and Tr.22) and with wild dance twists for bass guitar and organ, rhythmic (Tr.15, Tr.21) and in Latin flavour (Tr.20, Tr.23).

For those who, like us, love the soundtracks of the legendary composer Armando Trovajoli and the unparalleled films of TotÚ, this CD lasting 62:47 is an essential part of any collection dedicated to quality film music.

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