The Maestro Gets High

Category: By the bug


Subtitled "the trippier side of the Morricone genius" you can guess that this isn't your standard soundtrack fare. These were apparently the scores to "Italian Psychedelic & Art movies" and they sound like it (in a good way); while things don't get too avant (anyone expecting 16 tracks of pure freak-out will probably be disappointed) there are trippier elements running through these pieces to varying degrees, getting downright eerie at times (tracks like "1970" make one wonder what the fug the movie he scored was like). In the end there are sixteen more reasons why "Morricone" and "classical-music-pillaging-hack" should never be in the same sentence.SHREDDING PAPER


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