Saturday, March 27, 2010

Calibro 35 ST

Digging through dusty vinyl crates led to the discovery of italian '60s and '70s film soundtracks, and as a result, Italian band Calibro 35 who specialise in creating playlists from cult Italian movies - some of which have been used in Quentin Tarantino movies.

It features a playlist that includes well known movie themes as well as rare compositions: from classic Morricone’s “Indagine su Un Cittadino al di sopra di Ogni Sospetto” to Micalizzi’s “Italia a Mano Armata” and Cipriani’s “La polizia Sta a Guardare” (both used by Quentin Tarantino in his movies), from “Milano Kaliber 9” (Luis Bacalov) to the experimental “Giornata Nera per l’Ariete” (Morricone again). Armando Trovajoli’s lost masterpiece “La Mala Ordina” (the original master was created during the ‘70s) has been re-recorded respecting its original structure and sound while the cinematic dancefloor hit “Gangster Story” will help you remember the chic Alfa Giulia car chases of the era. Cool groves throughout.

1. Italia a Mano Armata (3:12)2. Summertime Killer (4:04)3. Notte in Bovisa (2:13)4. Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto (3:44)
5. Milano calibro 9 (Bouchet funk) (2:39)6. Trafelato (4:33)7. Una Stanza Vuota (2:51)8. La mala ordina (3:14)9. La Polizia s'Incazza (2:20)
10. Preludio (2:56)11. Gangster Story (4:24)12. Spiralys (6:13)
13. Shake Balera (2:08)14. L'Appuntamento (5:02)


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