Beat Records (DDJ027)
Release Date: May 27, 2013
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We put our hands in the jar and pulled out an unreleased score from 1979 to enrich our DDJ series. When we're talking about the late '70s, one in every three names that pop out is that of the magnificent Stelvio Cipriani. It's a sure bet for quality music written for a minor cinematic genre which the Maestro scored without brakes and with great passion and skill.
The movie was directed by Vittorio de Sisti with Carmen Villani in the main role. It's from the light sexy comedy genrea mainstream form of entertainmentbut the musical period, themes and background inspired the author to create blood-pumping scores that form the main titlesa wonderful vocal disco cueputs you in the right mood for listening to the score... that is to say, not sitting in your soft chair!
The CD is released in a jewel case, with STEREO masters edited by Claudio Fuiano and liner notes by Fabio Babini on the film, music, and the actress Carmen Villani, presented in a 12-page booklet full of pictures and original artwork edited by Alessio Iannuzzi.
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