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10-Jul-2006 - Digitmovies goes on releasing one famous Italian classic score after another! This time Digitmovies has released Chi L'Ha Vista Morire? as the third volume of the series dedicated to the music of Ennio Morricone for the Italian Giallo. The stereo master tapes used for the original 1972 album were discovered in the Edipan archives and they were in a very good condition. Ennio Morricone, in a genial way, did not write atonal music as it is usual for the Giallo genre, but a series of music themes, sang by a children's choir and accompanied by modern instrumentation (drums, electric guitars, keyboards).
Digitmovies presents for the first time on CD the complete original motion picture soundtrack of Il Corsaro Nero (aka Blackie The Pirate) (1971). For this release the original stereo master tapes used for the album and the complete session tapes including both stereo and mono mixes were found. Besides the 12 stereo album tracks, nine extra stereo alternate tracks and five extra mono alternate tracks, all previously unreleased, were added.
Finally Digitmovies presents its Volume Two of the series dedicated to the Italian Peplum releasing for the first time on record the complete original soundtrack for the film Arrivano I Titani (aka My Son, The Hero) (1961). Carlo Rustichelli has written a symphonic score, conducted by Franco Ferrara, that contains at the same time comic and dramatic elements. The mono mastertapes fortunately survived until today in the RCA archives and were in a very good condition after such a long time.
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