Release Date: October 26, 2015
|2.||Furto di gioielli||1:42|
|7.||Una donna nei guai||1:32|
|15.||Un Martini, un sorriso||2:36|
|17.||Tristezza di Smeralda||1:26|
|Total Album Time:||44:30|
Mario Bertolazzi composed a main score in music-hall style for Smeralda, the failed singer in the film, which is repeated with instrumental variations and also a vocal French version. The leitmotif is alternated with high-tension music typical of giallo films, electronic atmospheres, lounge songs you might hear at a cocktail party, and a danceable shake that seems to tastefully wink at famous American colleagues like Quincy Jones, Lalo Schifrin and Henry Mancini. This excellent OST has been released in its complete version on CD for the first time ever, using the master tapes in full stereo from the original recording session.
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