Friday, July 30, 2010

Piero Piccioni - Camille 2000 (1969)

Piero Piccioni has created many amazing soundtracks, but this one has got to be one of my very favorites. The music to what I think is Radley Metzger's erotic masterpiece has everything one could wish for in a "sleazy listening" soundtrack. I can't believe I haven't posted it before now. You will not be disappointed!

01. Camille 2000 (Titles) (06:58)
02. Charms (03:13)
03. Easy Lovers (03:45)
04. Pearls (03:41)
05. Echoes (03:45)
06. Lovers (02:06)
07. Ballade (02:12)
08. Chains Of Love (03:12)
09. Slow Flute Beat (02:27)
10. Tears In Brasil (02:47)
11. Brasil 2000 (02:04)
12. Pearls (Alternate Take) (01:59)
13. Funky Lovers (01:57)
14. Camille 2000 (Alternate Take) (02:12)
15. Charms (Alternate Take) (02:58)
16. Easy Lovers (Alternate Take) (03:38)
17. Brasil 2000 (Alternate Take) (02:14)
18. Tears In Brasil (03:18)
19. Tears In Rome (01:44)
20. Classic Lover (02:16)
21. Magic (01:50)
22. Camille 2000 (End Titles) (02:00)

New link in the comments.

48 comments:

Brianiac said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/410099892/Camille.rar.html

Xisco said...

Thank you for your share!

Schtoffer said...

Excellent choice - a beautiful score. Thanks again!

The Cheerful Earfull! said...

More Piero! Hooray! Thank you!

Edward said...

Oh my. Yes please :)

Prénom said...

Merci!

phantom of the radio said...

Great i've spotted his LP at my local record dealer 2 days ago! quite expensive ! I have now the opportunity to listening to it quietly at home in glorious 320kbps . Thanks a lot. It made my day !

Albatroz said...

Great, great, great soundtrack!!!
Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing!

Hank said...

GOod stuff.

Tomaso Alba said...

Gracias muchacho, excellent material.

F.

fulci666 said...

Keep up the good work, your efforts are really appreciated.

Dirkson said...

One hell of a soundtrack/composer.

Cheerio!

Anonymous said...

Wow, this is the coolest soundtrack I've heard in a long time.

Much appreciated

Darius Whiteplume said...

Hello there. Digging your blog. I came for the Jess Franco, but staying for all the other cool stuff. :-)

Scott Salsman said...

Outstanding blog! Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!!

Pedro said...

This is one of my all time favorites and suits the movie perfectly! Thank you so much for sharing! If I only could get my hands on a lossless release of this OOP CD...

Anonymous said...

I have the cd if anyone's interested in a lossless version..?

Pedro said...

Hello Anonymous,

Let me be the first to say that I’m interested in a lossless version of this classic! I’ve been looking for one for quite some time!

I have plenty of soundtracks like this one, original CD’s and lossless rips. If you are looking for something send me an e-mail to pedro.d.fonseca@gmail.com. If I can I will help you!

Thank you very much!

Rob Talbot said...

Hi Braniac - it's been a while and you may have forgotten who I am! Just thought I'd let you know that The Temple of the Matmos is now Mondo Euro and has moved to http://mondoeuro.blogspot.com/

I've also been writing for Italian Film Review which I just know you'll dig
http://www.italianfilmreview.com/

If you fancy doing a review or two (or even soundtrack review) you're more than welcome to post at M.E.
In the meantime keep up the good work here!:)

Rob

PS - you don't need to post this comment, just letting you know what's happenin'.

Brianiac said...

Thanks so much for the comments everyone! I'm glad you all enjoyed this great s/t!

Rob, I certainly remember who you are! Best of luck with MONDO EURO. I'm looking forward to more of your great reviews. I'm far from a writer, but if I happen to muster up a review or two, I would be honored to have you post it at M.E.!

Anonymous said...

Thank you SO much! I never get tired of these wonderful gems you post here...! Stromboli22

Anonymous said...

I also would love a lossless file of this one!
Thank you Braniac for the original post and this magnificent blog!

DJ Capybara said...

Love your blog. Thanks so much. This one of my favorite films and the soundtrack is gorgeous. I've done several posts for Camille 2000 over at terribleandwonderful.blogspot.com including a link back here to you.
Thanks again.

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Daniel García said...

This soundtrack is absolutely amazing. And your blog is the best, thanks for introducing me to such great music!
Greetins from Spain.

Pedro said...

And how about the lossless release, anyone?

Rob Talbot said...

Thanks Brianiac! Not a writer? I love your laconic style.

Just drop me a line whenever you want to post. Quite tied up with Italian Film Review and other things right now but hoping to get M.E. going in earnest again soon!

Rob

Ranjan Basu said...

Excellent ! Thanks a lot !

Anonymous said...

What a treat! It's definately been too long since I visited SL. I absolutely adore Piccioni but I hadn't heard of this score before now. Thanks Brianiac!

Anonymous said...

Great stuff, I was searching so long for this OST.

Telecaster Road said...

Thank you!

abigaillesley said...

This is one of my favorite Radley Metzger films! And the soundtrack is amazing!
All you obscure soundtrack geniuses, I need your help:
Radley Metzger's film SCORE, has some incredible music, but never released as far as I know.
Anybody know the film and can list some of the tracks?
Seems like they are mostly obscure library cuts. The only one I know is "The Hunted" by Barrie Forgie.
Any help with the other songs?
Much appreciated! And I love this blog!

Anonymous said...

Thanks once again, hero!

Anonymous said...

Serious props, this blog is hellaciously awesome. I've enjoyed the sleaze for awhile now, but you've hipped me to some great, great stuff. I heart you.

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for the share. Getting into this stuff is like learning a whole new language.

Niall said...

I'll add my appreciation also and say keep up the fantastic work...Great !!
Niall

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much!!!

grrrrr said...

Many thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely amazing! This soundtrack, and the movie that I subsequently downloaded) have changed my life, an I marked my words. I will never be the same. Thank you so much.

José Miguel Pereira said...

Hi everyone. First of all, congratulations for the fantastic blog Brianiac. I would like to know if you have another beautiful sountrack from Piero Piccioni, "Se Incontri Sartana Prega Per La Tua Morte" to post. Thanks for all the others.

AK said...

Many many many thanks.. it is more like 7 out of 5 stars :)

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know how i can get in contact with Brianiac?

"Looking for Il Dio Sotto La Pelle by Piccioni. Can't find it anywhere."

"Hey Anonymous, I have the Il Dio Sotto La Pelle cd, I can make a 320kbps rip of it if you're interested."

If anyone could please help me out i am also trying to find Il Dio Sotto La Pelle by Piccioni

Brianiac said...

http://www.mediafire.com/download/c26dudtsgsbbbv6/Camille.rar

stonerphonic said...

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Dope ! Thanks for sharing.

Psyffer23 said...

I Love Sleazy Listening.

Tony said...

Thank you! Watching the beautifully restored film on DVD right now. Can't wait to hear the music on its own. This is a MUST SEE film from The Golden Age!