Tags soundtrack, spaghetti western, mexico, mexican folk, pistolero blues
Genres soundtrack, italian, spaghetti western, all, composer (beta)
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August 21, 2012
18 tracks including music by Francesco De Masi, Los Machucambos & Lallo Gori. [TRT: 48:52]
so SO SpecIAL !!!!
Thanks for checking it out! And glad you dig it.
What music do you think Tarantino will use for his next Django Unchained ?
Honestly, I haven't a clue, other than some tracks from Django films. He's a walking encyclopedia of good music. Whatever he uses, I'm sure it'll be pretty fantastic! How about you?
Well, he already used a lot of Morricone in is non-western films, I was wondering if he's gonna used some less known spaghetti scores, like this one opening your mix. Wonderful piece, very atmospheric ! Cheers.
I'm kind of surprised he hasn't used this Morricone track yet, and I think it would work well for a Tarantino 'Southern' - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkzCGaHeBU0
This is exquisite.
As I read Blood Meridian . . .
what an epic novel!
I have had many stops and starts with it, mainly because I had become distracted by the info glut of the internet and my books were getting ignored. Feels good to be holding a book in my hand again and becoming absorbed in the words.
That's in my "to read pile" which actually isn't so much a pile as two open bookshelves filled with books on both sides (so more like 4 bookshelves). *Benefits of having parents who owned a bookstore!*
my TBR piles seem less guilty....but i seem more in control once i got on goodreads for some reason.
Me too! I had a goodreads account but really didn't pay it much attention until visiting about it with @dj_dim-mak recently. Now it's kind of like a stern schoolmarm standing over me with a knuckle-rapping ruler. Look for me on there!
did a search to no avail....i'm 'Douglas P' cambridge. 8tracks and goodreads - my daily favorites.
Hmm, I may get in on this Good Reads business...was not familiar with it!
I feel like I'm on the bloody trails with Sam Peckinpah, Franco Nero & Sartana! Nice one, and makes me want to watch some widescreen westerns this evening.
You have a favorite, sir? My personal favoorite is "Once Upon A Time in the West."
'Once Upon a Time...' is one of two favorites. It's like cinematic therapy every time I put that one in. I just get swept up by its beauty. The other is Peckinpah's 'The Wild Bunch.' Both films are perfect to me. (I also love 'Django Kill, if you live, shoot!')
'Once Upon A Time' is easily top five of any genre for me! So operatic and panoramic. Love Morricone's recurring theme songs... A great way to kill a few hours on a cold winter day here on the plains.
Gotta love The Wild Bunch for the operatic slo-mo blood splatter alone!
My gun is loaded and I'm ready!
Don't shoot! I was just gonna have a few swigs of that whiskey bottle...
ヽ(^。^)ノ Btw, I followed you over to "Desert road kiLLing music." - Fun stuff!
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