Release Date: June 27, 2016
Conducted by Luciano Michelini
|2.||Titoli parte 2: La balera||1:24|
|5.||Agguato e uccisione||1:31|
|6.||Furti e prostitute||1:02|
|11.||Attimi di tensione||2:02|
|13.||Due occhi impauriti||1:43|
|17.||Valzer di gioia||1:46|
|18.||Assassino nel buio||2:46|
|24.||Morte di un amico e titoli di coda||3:19|
|Total Album Time:||45:06|
Luciano Michelini composed one of the most interesting OSTs of giallo and noir film genres. The dramatic main score is pop dominated by organs and rhythms with hints of Goblin in the film Deep Red. It's introduced in the first part of the opening credits (Tr.1) and then reprised in Tr.5, Tr.11, Tr.13, Tr.21, Tr.23, while the second part introduces folk music for the scene in the dance hall (Tr.2).
A second score which is cheerful and carefree is introduced during the scenes of the meeting between Commissioner Germi (Cassinelli) and an underage girl (Tr.3) and often repeats in the background. It is reprised in Tr.9, Tr.15, Tr.18 and in the finale (Tr.24). There is no lack of action music for the chases and ambushes (Tr.4, Tr.7, Tr.9, Tr.12, Tr.16, Tr.19, Tr.20, Tr.22). For our CD (total time 46:04 minutes), we were able to access the stereo master tapes of the original recording session, in this way saving and preserving an OST that really deserves to be cherished.
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