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Le Serpent Ennio Morricone RCA 440 758, 1974
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A quite extraordinary score from Morricone, who was obviously having a funk day at the office when he wrote the incredible 'Nadine': an uptempo psycho beat funker with wordless female vocal, crazy fuzz guitar and squealing organ over a tight, feat beat and deep piano bassline. Excellent stuff, and it gets better the louder you play it. Otherwise, there's some dialogue and plenty of sparse atmospheric background to choose from. A one-track LP, but what a track!

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

Chanson Lointaine | Nadine | Theme pour un femme seule | Oraison | Chanson Lointaine | Parade Militaire | Meurtre sur le lac | Abstraction rhythmee | Le serpent | Esplicitamente sospresso |

 

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