3 December 2006

ENNIO MORRICONE - LE CASSE (THE BURGLARS)
























Here's a great soundtrack from Morricone-and another review from those masters of under-statement over at Dusty Groove.

Quite possibly our favorite Ennio Morricone soundtrack ever- THE record that first made our ears prick up many years ago, and acknowledge him as the genius he truly is! The very first note of the record grabs you immediately a heartbeat-like rhythm, pounding out very slowly before giving way to an off-tuned piano that steps and staggers into the groove. Other tracks follow in a majestic blend of strings, space, weird woodwinds, and even a few funky bits all cast with a perfect blend of dark and sweet throughout! The sound is amazing mindblowing at every twist and turn and the range of themes here is a bit wider than other Morricone soundtracks from the period making for even more excitement!

7 comments:

Guilherme said...

Fantastic work, just another one by the Master of the soudtracks... and such a nice movie too... tanx for the share..

xmnr0x23 said...

Have quite an Orgy In Rhythm backlog, so it took me longer to get to this beautiful score... Great soudtrack, and a cool poster. Would make a nice shirt, don't you think? :)

Thanks, maestro!!!!

mazen said...

This might be a retarded question. But how do you download these albums. I click on the title and I dont get anything. Please if someone can help. Many thanks...

John said...

Look for a hyperlink somewhere in the post that takes you to rapidshare

Emmett said...

Hi -- grovelling for you to reinstate the link to "Le Casse". It's out of print at moviegrooves and dustygroove. I have the LP but it's scratchy. I need to hear this gem in crystal clear sound, ASAP! Can you help?? Thanks in advance...

Emmett

Hun said...

amazing blog!!! definitely one of the best around. so much love and passion. THANQ from berlin.

is it possible to upload this morricone thing again. or others of his work?

Rock Savage said...

Would it be possible to re-post this? I would be very grateful.

Rock Savage