Sunday, October 12, 2008

Ennio Morricone Tracks

First one is from an obscure euro-thriller ("giallo") Short Night of the Glass Dolls directed by Aldo Lado. It is a very interesting concept-thriller. In Prague an American journalist is is declared dead after a murder attempt but in reality he is only under some sort of coma. While in "coma" (or whatever state it is) he tries to remember and piece together the events leading to it. Pretty good. And this Morricone score is just fantastic.

Two other favourite Morricone scores:

Man with Harmonica from Once Upon a Time in the West

And the score for the sleazy and brutal slasher film What Have You Done to Solange? (which I wrote about here).

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