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Bandits in Rome


Quartet Records 02/19/2021 CD - 1000 copies
Movie Film release: 1968
 

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# Track   Duration
1.Main Title1:34
2.Nightmare (I)1:47
3.I Like My Life (I)3:08
4.Police and Hands Up (I)1:59
5.Desperate2:46
6.The Club1:48
7.I Like My Life (II)3:12
8.Karate3:47
9.Bandits in Rome1:56
10.Nightmare (II)3:44
11.I Like My Life (III)3:06
12.Police and Hands Up (II)2:27
13.The Club Again2:42
14.Nightmare (III)2:24
15.I Like My Life (IV)1:58
16.Wild West Show1:22
17.Almost Over1:18
18.End Title3:01
 43:58
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Bandits In Rome (Roma Come Chicago) (LP+CD)

Added on Monday, February 22, 2021  

Quartet Records and Paramount Pictures present the world premiere release of the highly requested score by Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai for Alberto de Martino’s gangster film Bandits In Rome (aka Roma Come Chicago)

Quartet Records and Paramount Pictures present the world premiere release of the highly requested score by Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai for Alberto de Martino’s gangster film Bandits In Rome (aka Roma Come Chicago)

The film stars John Cassavetes as professional hold-up man Corda, who teams up with hot-headed Enrico to carry out his heists. Corda has principles – as a family man, he refuses to kill anyone – but when he is arrested after their latest heist, his uncontrolled companion starts wreaking havoc in the underworld.
Since Enrico has no qualms about shooting a few people, his bloody rampage puts pressure on the Commissioner to catch him as well.
Following their work on de Martino’s notoriously nepotistic spy spoof Ok Connery, Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai share co-composer credit on this funky soundtrack that features raunchy jazz cues for the heists, an achingly beautiful love theme for our lead gangster and the idyll he wants to achieve with his girlfriend, plus a few cool dance cues for the gangsters’ hideout that also doubles as a go-go disco.

Until now, Bandits In Rome was one of the most significant gaps in the Morricone and Nicolai discography.

This 18-track CD – featuring all the surviving material in mono (although the film uses the music in a very liberal fashion) – was supervised by Claudio Fuiano, and restored and mastered by Chris Malone. The richly illustrated 12-page booklet includes liner notes by Gergely Hubai, who discusses both film and score. (1000 units)

This 18-track LP – has been restored and mastered for vinyl by Chris Malone. It’s pressed on 180 GM audiophile black vinyl and strictly limited to 500 units.

Roma come Chicago (Banditi a Roma) (1968) is directed by Alberto De Martino with John Cassavetes (Mario Corda), Gabriele Ferzetti (police chief),
Anita Sanders (Lea Corda), Nikos Kourkoulos (Enrico), Riccardo Cucciolla (Pascuttini), Luigi Pistilli (Colangeli), Osvaldo Ruggieri (Sernesi)

A professional holdup man with scruples has a young ambitious partner who covets his wife and his life. When the holdup man goes to prison, the partner cuts loose, leaving a trail of deaths behind him.


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Bandits in Rome

Added on Friday, February 19, 2021  

Quartet Records and Paramount Pictures present the world premiere release of the highly requested score by Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai for Alberto de Martino’s gangster film BANDITS IN ROME (aka ROMA COME CHICAGO)

The film stars John Cassavetes as professional hold-up man Corda, who teams up with hot-headed Enrico to carry out his heists. Corda has principles – as a family man, he refuses to kill anyone – but when he is arrested after their latest heist, his uncontrolled companion starts wreaking havoc in the underworld. Since Enrico has no qualms about shooting a few people, his bloody rampage puts pressure on the Commissioner to catch him as well.

Following their work on de Martino’s notoriously nepotistic spy spoof OK CONNERY, Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai share co-composer credit on this funky soundtrack that features raunchy jazz cues for the heists, an achingly beautiful love theme for our lead gangster and the idyll he wants to achieve with his girlfriend, plus a few cool dance cues for the gangsters’ hideout that also doubles as a go-go disco.

Until now, BANDITS IN ROME was one of the most significant gaps in the Morricone and Nicolai discography. This 18-track CD – featuring all the surviving material in mono (although the film uses the music in a very liberal fashion) – was supervised by Claudio Fuiano, and restored and mastered by Chris Malone. The richly illustrated 12-page booklet includes liner notes by Gergely Hubai, who discusses both film and score.

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Bandits in Rome (2021)


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