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Blood on the Tracks Episode 36: Pasta Cowboy Music Part 2 - In the Shadow of Morricone.

July 1st, 2020


Lee is back with some lesser known misfits, outright strangers - and, of course, a few well-known - selections from Cowboy Pasta scores that are not from Ennio Morricone. Lee also reads some comments from someone whose work has been featured on a past episode of BotT! There's probably too much talking on this one. Sorry about that.

--Djurado Seq. 9 from "Djurado" (1966) --Gianni Ferrio
--Seq. 2 from "Colt in the Hand of the Devil" (1967) --Gian Piero Reverberi
--Sandstorm from "Requiem for a Gringo" (1968) --Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
--Crying from "A Hole In The Forehead" (1968) --Roberto Pregadio & Walter Rizzati
--Seven Men from "Seven Winchesters for a Massacre" (1967) --Francesco de Masi
--Main Titles from "A Stranger in Paso Bravo" (1968) --Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
--Titles (Alternate Version) from "If You Meet Sartana Pray For Your Death" (1968) --Piero Piccioni
--Travel from "A Train for Durango" (1968) --Carlo Rustichelli
--Main Titles from "The Night of the Serpent" (1969) --Riz Ortolani
--Heads or Tails from "Heads or Tails" (1969) --Carlo Savina
--Main Titles from "Sabata" (1969) --Marcello Giombini
--Seq. 7 from "Have a Good Funeral, My Friend ... Sartana Will Pay" (1970) --Bruno Nicolai
--Blindman's Arrival from "Blindman" (1971) --Stelvio Cipriani
--Main Titles from "Bullet for a Stranger" (1971) --Bruno Nicolai
--Main Titles from "Black Killer" (1971) --Daniele Patucchi
--My Name & The Departure from "Shanghai Joe" (1973) --Bruno Nicolai

Opening and closing music: End Title from "Horror Express" by John Cacavas & In Un Altro Bar from "Revolver" by Ennio Morricone.

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