Chris' Soundtrack Corner (CSC 015)
Release Date: April 2014
|17.||Shining Shadow (canzone)||3:13|
|18.||Shining Shadow (versione strumentale II)||1:54|
|19.||L'ultimo cacciatore (seq. 1 - harmonica solo)||4:59|
|22.||Shining Shadow (versione strumentale I)||1:54|
|Total Album Time:||44:51|
Chris' Soundtrack Corner brings to all Retro Euro Cult film score aficionados a previously unavailable title by a still living champion of the great Italian Silver AgeFranco Micalizzi.
For L'ultimo cacciatore, Micalizzi brought to the project a sharp, dynamic edge predicated upon his own famous and seminal inventions for the violent Italian urban crime thrillers of the 1970's the poliziotteschi. The film is boldly animated by a series of uncompromising themes in the idioms of funk, jazz and R&B.
Micalizzi also uses his full orchestra to supply two dramatic song-forms, one of which, "Shining Shadow," serves as the memorable end titles ballad while the second piece is a delightfully sexy, sleazy exercise in soulful fusion. Fleshing out this comprehensive CD (every note of the score is included) are numerous and highly addictive elements: synth-based suspense cues, instrumental lounge and pop source cues, and expansive, explosive action set-pieces such as one would expect from a blood-soaked Vietnam era war film.
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