THE EUROSPY FILM MUSIC COLLECTION
September 8, 2018
Bruno Nicolai 3-CD set of Classic Eurospy Scores from Quartet
Quartet Records and GDM are proud to present a mammoth 3-CD set with the complete, remastered edition of scores by the great Bruno Nicolai from three of the most renowned and lovely mid-sixties Eurospy movies.
UPPERSEVEN: L’UOMO DA UCCIDERE (1966) is an ambitious spy adventure that captures some of the scope of the Bond films. Bruno Nicolai wrote an energetic, memorable, melodic score, recalling music written for the genre by Barry, Mancini and Schifrin.
KISS KISS BANG BANG (1966) features an infectious score with three main themes and a catchy song, all submitted to a lot of fun and exciting versions, ranging from a waltz to a Baroque-style treatment and the musical style of 007.
AGENTE SPECIALE LK (1967), directed Jess Franco, inspired Nicolai to write a fun, varied and unbridled score that ranges from sophisticated jazz and psychedelic sounds to a parody of Bond scores.
Carefully restored and mastered by Claudio Fuiano from the original master tapes, the lavishly designed 20-page booklet includes extensive liner notes by Randall D. Larson.
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