Posted by Robert Bettens
Added on Thursday, October 12, 2017
Surely belonging in the trash-movie Olympus, this strange ‘80s superhero, the Puma Man, was born from the fertile mind of Alberto De Martino, and finally, a tribute to its score is available in the DDJ series, dedicated to the more upbeat sounds of our cinema. Renato Serio—great musician, arranger and orchestra director, old time collaborator of Maestro Armando Trovajoli—is the person to whom we dedicate this production, a score with epic sonorities (the marvelous main titles) and various other themes that describe the “epic” deeds of this hero, half puma, half man, but totally crazy!
An unreleased treat that will entertain you with a beautiful score by a Maestro who needs to be rediscovered!
The CD comes in a jewel case featuring a 12-page booklet illustrated by Alessio Iannuzzi, liner notes by Fabio Babini and mastering by Enrico De Gemini. Limited edition of 500 copies!