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Morricone High’ showcases the composer’s work for Italian psychedelic and art movies of the late sixties & early seventies. Ennio Morricone’s beautiful melodies are decorated by Edda Dell’Orso’s spacious wordless vocals; ‘Scusi, Facciamo L’Amore?’ (with the harmony singers I Cantori Moderni) (about the travails of a Neapolitan gigolo), ‘Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene’ (sex and crime Italian style) ‘Veruschka’ (model on a psychedelic trip) and ‘La Donna Invisible’ (arty Mediterranean love triangle) are all sublime examples of the composer in his pomp.
Eventually the layers of sensuality give way to the atonal but no less refined, ‘Notte E Bambole’ from the weird, dreamlike ‘The Short Night Of The Glass Dolls’ (about catalepsy in art deco Prague) and the equally intense ‘1970’ for Dario Argento’s Giallo ‘Il Gatto A Nove Code’ starring Karl Malden as a blind writer of crossword puzzles who stumbles on a murderous plot.
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