Sunday, October 4, 2009

Ennio Morricone - Revolver (1973)

Continuing on with the Inglourious Basterds inspired posts with more from the Maestro. What can I say about Revolver? It's an amazing movie with an amazing soundtrack. It's truly one of my very favourites by Morricone, with "Un Amico" (used in I.B.) and "Quasi Un Vivaldi" being two highlights that I never tire of.

01. Un Amico (02:36)
02. Revolver (12:37)
03. Anna (02:04)
04. Un Amico (02:35) (Performed by Daniel Beretta)
05. Quasi Un Vivaldi (01:54)
06. Pericolo Per Anna (01:45)
07. Inseguimento E Fuga (03:36)
08. In Un Bar (02:23)
09. Rapimento (02:26)
10. In Un Altro Bar (02:08)
11. Un Amico (Synth Version) (02:34)

New link in the comments.

43 comments:

Brianiac said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/288652506/Revolver.rar

Rope and Pulley Records said...

Thanks for bringing the goods. I need Morricone. You post Morricone. Goods brought.

Hanzoman Black said...

I wonder. Is "Quasi Un Vivaldi" an original composition, or is it based on something by Vivaldi?

will m said...

QT also made extensive use of 60's and 70's soundtracks for his Kill Bill films. Some of these might qualify as sleazy listening :P

http://www.tarantino.info/wiki/index.php/Kill_Bill_Extended_Soundtrack

The link above lists all the music, and where it comes from.

Thanks again ! :D

Hugo RedRose said...

Great site you got here. Thanks for sharing this wonderful music. Got "Revolver" on vynil, but good to have this digital copy. Very grateful for this and all your previous posts.

The Great Tyrant said...

Woo-hah! On it...

Master Joelbee said...

great score...i appreciate all your releases and play them constantly :-)

Mirko di Wallenberg said...

This site is getting better and better! Thanks for this great post!

Brianiac said...

Thanks for all the great comments! You guys are the best.

@Hanzoman Black - I've often wondered that myself. It certainly sound like it could've been.

@Mirko - Thank YOU for your amazing site dedicated to one of my favourite actresses!

Albatroz said...

Hi Brianiac,
I always ask you for soundtracks. This time, i give you one.
In this great blog: http://sanpasquale.blogspot.com/2008/03/franco-micalizzi-la-banda-del-gobbo-aka.html
You'll find the great great Franco Micalizzi's soundtrack "La Banda del Gobbo".
It's 5 stars.
Best wishes,
Albatroz

dom said...

Morricone often used well known motifs from classical composers like Vivaldi, Mozart, Beethoven etc. in many soundtracks, he tended to use famous "bits" of classical pieces, often in a comic or ironic way, a famous one would be his use of the opening notes of "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" during the prison raids in "Duck You Sucker".
Another famous piece I can think of is Beethoven's "Fur Elise" which he uses alot, particularly in the soundtrack to "Il Diavolo Nel Cervello".

Le Drugstore 1968 said...

Thanks for all the wonderful music! Such a gift! You're always so spot on with your choices. If you have it, is there any way to share the soundtrack for the Lucio Fucli film "Contraband?" It's a hard one to find, but I've always loved that soundtrack. Or do you have the soundtrack for "Man From Deep River?" Another great one. Thanks again for all your shares, I always look forward to your next release.
Jarrod

Tommy said...

Great as always.
Thank you again

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dB said...

many thanks. wonderfull soundtracks. do u have a wishlist? i have many soundtracks...morricone, nicolai, ortonlani,...

Davey B. said...

I am another very appreciative fan of your site. I put together a little compilation I am hoping you (and your audience) will appreciate and enjoy:

http://davescompilationspot.blogspot.com/2009/10/dark-lovely-inside-cozy-2009.html

It is a mix of film pieces & other stuff to listen to when all the lights are off.

Please feel free to post a link on your site should you find it appropriate.

Thanks for all the terrific posts!

Cheers,
David

Brianiac said...

Sorry for the late reply, guys!

Thanks for the link to that amazing s/t, Albatroz.

Thanks for your insight, Dom.

I do not have either of those, Le Drugstore. I'm sorry. If you ever come across them, please share.

dB, thanks for the offer. I'm sure there are lots. Let me think about it.

Great stuff, David! I'd love to share it with everyone.

Anonymous said...

What Rope and Pulley said above.

This blog rocks.

I have whole playlists named after you...Sleazy01, Sleazy02...smokin'...

Head Chef said...

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Thankssss
J.C.

Anonymous said...

Thanks. Great blog. I've got the Dagored vinyl of this but cool to have a digital copy for the road.

Lyhue said...

Much thanks to your hard work on this Blog!
You have superb taste.
Not sure where to post this so I picked an Ennio Soundtrack-
Any chance you have a link to his soundtrack to Lenzi's "Spasmo"(1974)
and Alessandro Alessandroni's score to "The Devil's Nightmare"?
The later I've been searching for for years. Thanks

Brianiac said...

Lyhue, give me a few days and I'll try to take care of those requests. :)

Korla said...

Just love your site. Thanks for this great post. If it isn't too rude i would like to post a request: Do you know where i can find the full soundtrack to the movie "Milano odia: la polizia non può sparare"? I can't manage to find it in any other blog. Thanks again.

Korla said...

Me again. Guess i was just being lazy. Found the O.S.T. after some searching : http://rapidshare.com/files/136908712/Milano_Odia__La_Polizia_Non_Puo__Sparare_-_Il_Giustiziere.rar

Haven't tested it yet though.

Thanks anyway for all this fine posts.

Brianiac said...

NEW Revolver links:

http://rapidshare.com/files/453514481/Rev73.rar

Anonymous said...

Thanks Brianiac... you ROCK!!!


-Ravi

Brianiac said...

You're very welcome, Ravi. Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting fresh links! Love it.

Anonymous said...

this link seems to be dead

Brianiac said...

The link a few comments up still seems to be working.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for sharing this!
The second link works fine!

L'Incohérent said...

Grands mercis pour les scores pas trouvables de Piccioni et Morricone. Thanks a lot!

Anonymous said...

thanks man "un amico" is my costant soundtrack lately

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for this, and for all that great music you share in this excellent blog. The link in the comment of march 20 2011 is still active, at least today, august 20 2012.

Duck N. said...

Damn this link no longer works. Anyway, nice blog!!

Duck N. said...

Damn this link no longer works. Amazing blog though.

Brianiac said...

http://www.mediafire.com/download/uymyeoc9abftq4n/Rev73.rar

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot

stonerphonic said...

Thanks

Claudio Turri said...

The link is dead again, please re-up this wonderful sountrack.
Tranks!!

Brianiac said...

Give it another try. It seems to be working for me.

Klaw Di Stromboli said...

Mucha Thanx ...

Manzig et Zigfam said...

Brianiac, you're just "un amico"!