Thursday, June 3, 2010

Gianfranco Plenizio - La Gatta In Calore (1972)


01. Voce D'Amore (04:00)
02. Ricordi Di Un Amore (02:48)
03. Lost Lover * (01:53)
04. Voce D'Amore (02:58)
05. Musica Per Anna (02:33)
06. Hypnosis (01:48)
07. Grigio Perla (03:14)
08. Requiem (04:40)
09. Foul Sin * (02:18)
10. Ricordi Di Un Amore (02:31)
11. Acque Morte (02:22)
12. Fuochi Di Foglie (00:52)
13. Ghostvoice * (02:42)
14. Voce D'Amore (02:57)
15. Crowded Solitude * (02:51)
16. Notte Vuota (01:09)
17. Final Sink * (01:34)
18. Acque Morte (02:26)
19. Obsessive Ecstasy * (02:34)
20. Sarto Per Signora (02:57)
21. Voce D'Amore (02:57)

Voice Soloist: Edda Dell'Orso
* Previously unreleased

New link in the comments.

33 comments:

Brianiac said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/394990830/LaGatta.rar.html

Duke said...

thank you

The Dude Who Knows Not Well Shit from Shit said...

finally a sign of life :) thanks!!

CiNEZiLLA said...

Cheers! There's never enough Dell'Orso.

Albatroz said...

Thanks!
Nice to see you are still posting.
Regards.

phantom of the radio said...

la gatta in calore ... what a title and what a soundtrack! Edda is wonderful as always. I love it. Thanks for sharing it with us.

The Cheerful Earfull! said...

Thanks for this!

Jacko said...

Nice to see you back again. Great work.

Dirkson said...

Hhm... good old Ella.

(nice to have a fresh post from you)

Plague said...

WE MISSED YOU!

=shane white= said...

Excellent my lord...excellent!

=s=

DaDoc said...

Oh how wonderful! You are back on posting. Keep up the great work and thank you infinitely...

JG said...

Brianiac, glad to see you back. Hope all is well.

JG

Anonymous said...

good to have you back!

Anonymous said...

Wow!! Thanks for sharing this. I can't wait to hear it! Love your blog and thanks again for sharing great music!

Andrés Duque said...

Awesome soundtrack as always a great selection, many many thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thanky You!

Love from Germany!

Solsoul said...

Excelent soundtrack, as always if Edda is on it. Plenizio was a great composer also.

I've just released LOUNGE CINEMATICA VOLUME 10 called 'Panorama Musicale' on my blog, so if you like these sounds (more bossa-lounge influenced) feel free to download and comment it!

http://raiderofthelostark.blogspot.com/

Cheers

Hank said...

thanks for the up

ufo said...

Cool soundtrack! i visit from time to time and wish to thank you for your efforts.

Schtoffer said...

Hello there, great to see you back sharing some Italian rarities - I have a (young, but growing..!) blog of my own over at:

http://spasmo-mixtape.blogspot.com/

Just wondering if you don't mind me adding your blog to my links page..?

Anyways, keep up the great work..!

Brianiac said...

Schtoffer, it looks like you're off to a great start. I'd be more than happy to link to you. I hope you'll do the same.

Schtoffer said...

Cheers buddy, consider it done...! Chat Soon...

Sean said...

I can't think of a better way to return than to post an album with Edda Dell'Orso. It's good to see/hear some more stuff from this blog!

Anonymous said...

If it wasn't for the hard work and passion from cats like you,my soundtrack game would be lacking.
Thank you and please don't stop,can't stop,won't stop!

Anonymous said...

So thankful for your hard work! Salut!

Anonymous said...

wowzers!!!! Im soo glad I stumble unto this site awesome

Anonymous said...

can see why this is a favourite, moody!

chilton said...

Hello -
I'm a new convert to the Euro easy/soundtrack scene. After a lifetime of listening to rock, pop and soul I've found something that sounds completely fresh where I least expected it. I never would have picked up one of these records when I was young. Many thanks for your shares.

Brianiac said...

http://www.mediafire.com/download/1o4foyfvlb0epf9/LaGatta.rar

Harry Klein said...

great you're still active, following you for years. thanks for all the dope stuff!

the saucer people said...

The resurrection of Sleazy Listening is definitely one of the music blog events of the year - not unlike hearing your favourite band reforming, but unlike your favourite band three decades down the line, the music is always fresh!

I thought I would make a start on going through the posts I missed out on at the time (shame on you for posting too many great soundtracks that took up all my attention!) and hell, this is a classic! Usually my tastes are more towards the late seventies and early eighties period of Italian soundtracks, but this is another exception to the rule - stunning material - incredible to think that Gianfranco Plenizio was just 30-31 when he composed this, it is so damned accomplished - a mighty fine post, sir!

Brianiac said...

You're way too kind! I don't know how life altering resurrecting this blog truly is, but regardless I'm glad it still brings you and others some joy.