Show Your SW Soundtrack Collection!


(Lee Van Cleef) #1

Here is a list of my little but growing collection of SW soundtracks. My collection (as of now) only consists of soundtracks by Ennio Morricone, but I’m still interested in hearing music by other SW composers. My end goal is to collect all of Morricone’s western soundtracks. I just can’t get enough of his music… he’s simply [glow=red,2,300]brilliant[/glow]!

My SW soundtracks;
Per Un Pugno Di Dollari (A Fistful Of Dollars) [GDM]
La Resa Dei Conti (The Big Gundown) [Verita Note]
Navajo Joe [FSM]
Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (The Good, The Bad And The Ugly) [GDM]
C’ere Una Volta Il West (Once Upon A Time In The West) [GDM]
Corri Uomo Corri (Run, Man, Run) [Digitmovies]
Il Mio Nome E’ Nessuno (My Name Is Nobody) [GDM]

If you’re not feeling too lazy, you can write up your own list and share it with all the others. Feel free to update your list! :wink:


(ENNIOO) #2

Which Morricone western soundtrack are you getting next then ?


(Reverend Danite) #3

Small but perfectly formed…


(Reverend Danite) #4

…and this boxset (rare now I gather?)…
btw - do you like my new sandals? :wink:


(Yodlaf Peterson) #5

[quote=“Reverend Danite, post:4, topic:3010”]…and this boxset (rare now I gather?)…
btw - do you like my new sandals? :wink:

[/quote]Nice box, I’ve got four of them titles separately.


(Lee Van Cleef) #6

three days ago I ordered the soundtracks I Crudeli (The Hellbenders), Da Uomo A Uomo (Death Rides A Horse) and Le Pistole Non Discutono (Guns Don’t Talk) from http://www.onlyscore.com/index.htm :slight_smile:

[quote=“Reverend Danite, post:4, topic:3010”]…and this boxset (rare now I gather?)…
btw - do you like my new sandals? ;)[/quote]

Nice collection! always thought of getting that book+CD Morricone Western set. And yes, that is some good looking pair of sandals you got there! ;D


(Stanton) #7

not really …


(Reverend Danite) #8

Sorry about those then. But what about these pair of beauts… :wink:


(chameleon) #9

;D ;D ;D


(Stanton) #10

Much, much better …


(Nick) #11

I’ve been wanting to post mine for a long while now… I’m proud to finally share my collection!

http://imgur.com/jMjf80K

http://imgur.com/N2BBl7j

http://imgur.com/fC9fF2c

I’m open for trades if anyone is interested!


(Søren) #12

Very nice collection. A lot of the ‘classics’ and a mix of the lesser classics. I am big fan of Franco Micalizzi’s work within and outside the spaghetti western genre so nice to see the Sacramento-soundtrack present :slight_smile:

You do seem to be missing the La resa dei conti soundtrack among the classics or do you have it as part of the Grindhouse blu-ray release?


(Nick) #13

Thanks! It’s taken a long time to get it all! I’ve actually had my eye on the 2012 GDM re-release for some time, I’ve also been searching for 2012 Un Uomo, Un Cavallo, Una Pistola soundtrack and Killer Calibro 32.


(Toscano) #14

You are quite right to be proud…what a great collection!

Happy Listening!

Toscano.


(Søren) #15

The La resa dei conti soundtrack can be had for €17.90 at intermezzomedia.it and for under £10 used on amazon.co.uk. Might be worth considering.

The ‘problem’ with many of the spaghetti western soundtracks is that they are often limited to something like 500 copies so they are suddenly just gone. The Cavallo-soundtrack is one of those but it can still be had for €23.95 at Rosebud:

http://www.rosebudbandasonora.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=15036

and La resa dei conti for €19.95:

http://www.rosebudbandasonora.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=15248


(Nick) #16

Oh wow! Thanks man! Really appreciate that you took the time to find these!


(Søren) #17

No problem. The Rosebud-shop has helped me about before when a given soundtrack was gone elsewhere :slight_smile:

Always nice to encounter a fellow spaghetti western soundtrack collector.


#18

Got the 28 track version! :slight_smile:


(Søren) #19

Hey I want that aswell :slight_smile: Only got the 17-track Japanese Verita Note release and the 10-track one that came with the Alan Young dvd.


#20

I think I was lucky to get a copy :relaxed: it seems pretty darn limited.