dimanche 4 janvier 2009

The 'My 1971 Ennio M. is fantastic' post -- part 3





Now you'll have ALL 1971 Ennio (I think...)

1971 - La Tarantola Dal Ventre Nero

1971 - Le Casse

1971 - L'Istruttoria è chiusa - Dimentichi

1971 - ll Gatto A Nove Code

1971 - Mio Caro Assassino (My Dear Killer)

1971 - Oceano

1971 - Quattro Mosche di velluto grigio

1971 - Sacco e Vanzetti

1971 - Sans Mobile Apparent

1971 - Tre nel mille

1971 - Una Lucertola Con La Pelle Di Donna (Lizard in a Woman's Skin) : here! or : part 1 / part 2

1971 - Veruschka

That was a GREAT year for/from Sir Ennio Morricone.

Hope you'll enjoy.

More Ennio ? Be lucky :


9 commentaires:

deemo a dit…

Impressionnant, merci beaucoup.

Anonymous a dit…

AMAZING!

Anonymous a dit…

Pretty awesome! But I don't have ALL the 1971 Morricone on account of that Rapidshare website only let me snag two without paying. Alas.

Dave a dit…

Amazing, amazing, amazing!! Thank you for posting these, Paul. I am thoroughly enjoying them. Keep up the great work! It is much appreciated.

Prohibition69 a dit…

All that in 1 year? Cheers

Joseph a dit…

my life will neve be the same... Thank you so much!!!

Anonymous a dit…

Awesome blog, thank you !

jesusandrew a dit…

That's a fantastic collection of Morricone you've put up - 1971 does appear to have been a golden year for his work.

Unfortunately, of all the links on your 3 posts, only the first link to "Una Lucertola con la Pelle di Donna" works - all the other links give a "file not found" result. If you ever have the opportunity to re-upload these albums, that would be awesome.

Muff Diver a dit…

What a fantastic site you have! What with garbage radio and top 40, many of these old tunes are very refreshing to hear, even if they weren't mean for mass consumption.

I've been enjoying some of the Télé Music you have here and I wanted to hear some of your Ennio Morricone but unfortunately some of the links are down. Can you please see what you can do to restore the links to working order? I'd really like to hear the Sacco and Vanzetti soundtrack.

Many thanks!