Ennio Morricone ‎– Remixes Volume 1



La Moda (We Love Ennio Mix) 3:35
Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene (Alex Attias Mustang Mix 1) 5:02
Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (The Good, The Bad And The Ugly) 6:12
Alla Serenità (Hakan Lidbo Remix) 4:32
Beat N.3 (Toy Destroy Mix) 4:14
Ninna Nanna In Blu (Raw Deal Remix) 5:10
Amore Come Dolore (Needs Remix) 5:47
I Crudeli (Hird Remix) 5:21
Dal Mare (Kabuki Remix) 6:18
Rivoluzione (Con-fusion Mix) 7:14
Indagine Su Un Cittadino Al Di Sopra Di Ogni Sospetto (Kid Sundance Remix) 3:29
Addio A Cheyenne (Majbour Remix) 5:09
La Cugina (The Amalgamation Of Soundz Remix) 4:32
Giù La Testa (Sucker's Finale (Lullaby For James Coburn)) 3:57

Versions (3)

Cat N° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat N° Country Année
CPT 150-2 Ennio Morricone Remixes Volume 1(CD, Comp) Compost Records CPT 150-2 Germany 2003 Vendre cette version
COMPOST 150-1 Ennio Morricone Remixes Volume 1(3xLP, Comp) Compost Records COMPOST 150-1 Germany 2003 Vendre cette version
CPT 150-2 Ennio Morricone Remixes Volume 1(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Compost Records (3) CPT 150-2 Russia 2003 Vendre cette version



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18 août 2006
edité over 15 years ago
en référence à Remixes Volume 1, CD, Comp, CPT 150-2

The Compost crew gets their hands on Ennio Morricone for some major remix efforts. On REMIXES, VOL. 1, International Pony kicks things off with a silly homage ditty, but Alex Attias and Swell Session quickly get things into house territory with their mixes. If you’ve ever wanted to dance to the harmonica of “Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo,” now’s your chance! And, as expected, Hakan Lidbo goes tech-house blippy on “Alla Serenita.” Leroy Hanghofer brings some bright, ringing tones to “Beat N. 3,” while Needs offers “Amore Come Dolore” some mellow jazz. Kabuki puts some speedy breaks to “Dal Mare,” and the Butti 49 give “Rivoluzione” an Afro-jazz vibe. Kid Sundance does a bouncy version of “Indagine Su Un Cittadino Al Di Sopra Di Ogni Sospetto,” but the Amalgamation of Soundz outdo themselves with their version of “La Cugina”—cinematic digital breaks at its best. Temporary Soundmuseum close out the album with a spacey version of “Giu La Testa.” Morricone, no doubt, would be proud.