Un dollaro bucato
Release Date: November 5, 2013
Conducted by Gianni Ferrio
|1.||A Man... a Story||2:00|
|2.||Pistoleros in Agguato||1:23|
|3.||A Man... a Story||1:03|
|4.||Pistoleros in Agguato||1:30|
|6.||Give Me Back||1:44|
|7.||GARY AL PALO||1:36|
|8.||La trappola mortale||1:44|
|10.||Give Me Back||1:39|
|11.||Give Me Back (vocal)||2:05|
|13.||Pistoleros in Agguato||2:02|
|14.||A Man... a Story||1:05|
|15.||Quando eravamo nel sud||1:41|
|16.||Judy e il fuorilegge||1:13|
|17.||Pianino Relax N.2||0:48|
|19.||A Man... a Story||1:41|
|20.||La rivelazione finale||1:59|
|21.||BONUS TRACKS (MONO): A Man... a Story (vocal)||2:16|
|22.||Un dollaro bucato (suite # 1)||2:03|
|23.||Un dollaro bucato (suite # 2)||4:28|
|24.||Un dollaro bucato (suite # 3)||4:50|
|25.||BONUS TRACKS (STEREO MIX): A Man... a Story||2:04|
|26.||Give Me Back (vocal)||2:04|
|27.||A Man... a Story (vocal)||2:16|
|Total Album Time:||51:54|
At the time, this OST was released as a single (Fonit SPF 311740) with the song "A Man ... A Story" written by Mogol - Pallavicini - Locatelli in one version sung by Fred Bongusto (Tr.21, Tr.27) and an instrumental version performed by the Ferrio orchestra. This 45 rpm single was re-released in Japan by King Records (Seven Seas / Fonit HIT - 1362), where the film had huge success. Not until 1984 did C.A.M. issue a 33 rpm in his limited edition and numbered series Phoenix (LP PHCAM02), which included eleven musical selections combined with excerpts from two other OSTs by Ferrio "Sentenza di morte" and "Vivi o preferibilmente morti", later re-released on CD (CAM 494580).
For our CD, lasting 53:00 minutes, we had access to the mono master tapes of the original recording session and to a mono reel, assembled at the time for a 33 rpm album that never saw the light, consisting of twenty selections (nine of which appear here for the first time ever). We also added new tracks with an orchestral background, the song of the single, and three rare stereo mixes discovered in a separate master. Gianni Ferrio adapted the main theme into a symphony version (Tr. 1, Tr.3, Tr.4, Tr.8, Tr.14, Tr.19) alternating with transitions of mystery and tension, which go from calm and suspended, to dramatic and violent, executed with zip by the horn section (Tr.7, Tr.9, Tr.12, Tr.13, Tr.15, Tr.23, Tr.24). In this OST, a delicate love theme emerges presented in instrumental variations (Tr.6, Tr.10, Tr.20) and in a version sung by the wonderful voice of Lydia MacDonald (Tr.11, Tr.26).
A CD that sets out to pay rightful homage to Gianni Ferrio's Art of Music.
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