Format: LP - Yellow Vinyl
Senza Sapere Niente di Lei (1969, Luigi Commencing) is one of the first scores composed by Ennio Morricone for a Giallo film, just ahead of the great season of the cult Italian thrilling genre forged by Dario Argento. The soundtrack perfectly mirrors the philosophy behind the Morricone Segreto series, not only for its extraordinary dark-tinged and psychedelic vibes, but also because of the rarity of the score, which so far has surprisingly remained unreleased on vinyl (with the exception of two tracks included on a 1980 CAM anthology LP, now pretty much impossible to find). With “Senza Sapere Niente di Lei” Morricone composed one of his most dreamy and ethereal scores, with a sweet and delicate theme unfolding in a lullaby to the rhythm of a valzer, and interpreted in multiple keys: from lounge-jazz to experimental music. The final result is a sensual and suave sound that well matches the quintessential morbid style of Giallo cinema and of the film's plot. In Milan, in winter time, a young lawyer (Philippe Leroy) meets a girl with a mysterious past (Paola Pitagora), falling in love with her and inevitably heading towards irreparable consequences.
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