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Zio Tom (aka. Addio Zio Tom) Riz Ortolani RCA OLS 8, 1971
Zio Tom (aka. Addio Zio Tom) album cover

Taken from a nasty Italian exploitation movie from the early 70s about the slave trade, this album is mostly genre film music. The soundtrack in the movie includes a couple of great fuzz guitar funky tracks, only one of which makes the LP, right at the end. Worth a listen for that alone - forget the rest. The track 'Oh my love' was a big hit for Ortolani.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Oh My Love | Maple | Mister Ling | Rito di mezzanotte | Mamie | Sosta nel lago | Zio tom | Il mercato degli schiavi | La fiera delle meraviglie | Oh my love (instr) | Fort Bastille | Cadets' waltz | Miami |

 

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