Ennio Morricone ‎– Il Mio Nome E' Nessuno (Colonna Sonora Originale)

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AMS Records (6) ‎– AMS LP 86
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Orange
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Tracklist

A1 Il Mio Nome E' Nessuno 3:10
A2 Buona Fortuna Jack 5:00
A3 Mucchio Selvaggio 2:40
A4 Se Sei Qualcuno E' Colpa Mia 4:47
B1 Con I Migliori Auguri 2:00
B2 Uno Strano Barbiere 6:58
B3 Più Delle Walkirie 2:18
B4 Una Insolita Attesa 2:00
B5 Balletto Degli Specchi 1:30
B6 La Favola Dell'Uccellino 1:44

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Exclusive edition especially issued for Record Store Day 2015 (April 18th).

Comes in a gatefold jacket and includes a 4 page colour insert with images of various international posters of the film and cinema lobby stills from the movie.

Sticker on the front of the album incorrectly states 45RPM - Album plays at 33RPM.

Also available in exclusive limited edition in transparent vinyl (limited edition to 100 copies).

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  • Barcode: 8016158308648

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curiositykilledshawn

curiositykilledshawn

December 12, 2015

Though a master of over 500 film scores and still working today at the age of 86 Ennio Morricone is probably most famous for his numerous Spaghetti Western scores of the 60s and 70s. In many ways My Name Is Nobody is the last of such movies to be made, coming out in 1973 - an era in which the Spaghetti Western and the Classic Western were being phased out - the ticking clock nature of My Name Is Nobody is a fitting end to time running out in the Old West.

The score walks a fine line of being light-hearted and cheerful and alternately heavy and serious. Some moments are a bit too cartoony and I'm not sure that the homage to Ride of the Valkyries entirely works, but there are passages and cues in My Name Is Nobody that will most certainly stay with you. There are some truly deep and epic moments and it really is one of those scores that you have to discover.

This limited edition orange vinyl is the first time the score has been on the format for 35 years and is definitely worth getting.
peterf309

peterf309

April 19, 2015

Mine Has a sticker that says orange disk 45 rpm, but it is 33 1/3