|1.||SIDE ONE: You Never Told Me (Main Titles)|
|2.||Mr. Dante Fontana|
|3.||If Dreams Come True|
|7.||Richmond Bridge (Choir)|
|8.||Babylon I' M Comin'|
|9.||SIDE TWO: Drag Beat|
|10.||2. This Is Life|
|11.||3. Palace Parade March|
|12.||4. Ascot Dream|
|13.||5. You Never Told Me|
|14.||BONUS TRACKS - FILM VERSIONS IN MONO: This Is Life (Film Version)|
|15.||7. Babylon I'm Comin' (Film Version)|
|16.||8. Drag Beat (Alternate Version)|
|17.||9. Mr.Dante Fontana (Film Version Take 3)|
|18.||10. This Is Life (Film Version # 2)|
|19.||11. Babylon I'm Coming' (Film Version # 2)|
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Much of the film's considerable allure derives from the enchanting soundtrack of Piero Piccioni. This masterful composer collaborated many times with Sordi, writing themes that were to became Albertone's career trademarks; "Marcia di Esculapio" from the movie "Il Medico della Mutua" and "Rugido Do Leao" from "Finché cé guerra, ce speranza."
The eclectic, instrumental side of Fumo di Londra boasts such exemplary pieces as "Babylon I'm Coming" and "Drag Beat" that paint the backdrop to the discotheque party scene. Like Michelangelo Antonioni's "Blow Up" and Desmond Davis' "Smashing Time", Fumo di Londrawith its Edwardiana and Royal Parks and River Thames settingswill forever celebrate the mythology of Swinging London.
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