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La Battaglia Del Deserto (Original Soundtrack) [Import]
  • Artist: Bruno Nicolai
  • Label: Digitmovies Italia
  • UPC: 8032628990496
  • Item #: MSI899049
  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 4/24/2006
  • Rank: 273702
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La Battaglia Del Deserto (Original Soundtrack) [Import] on CD

A true classic soundtrack by M° Bruno Nicolai is presented here for the very first time on CD: La battaglia del deserto (aka Desert battle), an adventure war movie directed by Mino Loy and starring Italian actor George Hilton, French actor Robert Hossein and USA actor Frank Wolff. In 1969 a monaural Long Play album was released on the Italian Gemelli label (GG 10. 001). After some extensive research into the Archives of Edipan we could locate the original album mastertape as well as the mastertapes containing the complete recording session. Apart from being in magnificent condition, we discovered that the mastertapes had been mixed in great stereo sound! Strange as it may seem, a mono mix of the selected tracks was prepared for the original LP album, therefore our CD is the very first stereo presentation of this wonderful score. M° Nicolai composed an epic theme for large orchestra arranged with a beat style and introduced here in Titoli di testa versione film (tr. 1), a more up-tempo version compared to the known one from the original album (tr. 30). This particular motif (reprised in tr. 7, 8, 10, 16, 24, 25, 27 and also cited in action and suspense cues like tr. 5, 6, 11 etc.) perfectly represents the boundless desert where the dramatic adventure takes place. The romantic side of the story is musically emphasized by tr. 9 and tr. 12. Bruno Nicolai also wrote some lounge themes used as source music in the movie (tr. 4, 14, 17, 28). on this CD release every single note found on the session tape was included. Digitmovies. 2006.