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Ennio Morricone's Navajo Joe
1-Nov-2007 - Film Score Monthly has released the score for Navajo Joe (1966), composed by Ennio Morricone. The movie stands out as the single most outrageous if not downright insane effort. Utilizing full orchestra and the choral group I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni (The Modern Singers of Alessandroni) - with stunning soloist, Gianna Spagnulo (also heard on Guns For San Sebastian and Moses The Lawgiver) - Morricone crafted a main title based on the chorus blasting out "Navajo Joe" amidst shieking Indian cries. The Navajo Joe score has become legendary over the years, in part due to Morricone's credit (the pseudonym "Leo Nichols") and the scattered availability of the soundtrack. Three tracks were released in stereo on a Morricone compilation, and an LP was released in mono.
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