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Golden Films Themes ‎(CD, Comp). Restless and Silent of Love are from Il Grande Silenzio, and are alternate tracks not featured anywhere else, they are in stereo, and are very different in style and sound form the official album version released by Beat. Sound quality for each track has some age related artifacts, but otherwise sound impeccable. With the exception of "They Say It's Wrong" which sounds like it was taken from a bad vinyl rip (This song is featured on the Il Grande Silenzio CD album by Beat and sounds much better there. There are no linear notes, you're paying for music here.

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Tracklist

Django
Texas Addio
Killer Adios
Seven Gunman
The Devil Was Angel
Tepepa
Ballad Of Hank McCain
Restless
Silent Of Love
Slalom 1
Slalom 2
Gli Introcabili
They Say It's Wrong
Soon
Slalom 3
Slalom 4
L' Alibi

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3885372 Ennio Morricone Golden Film Themes ‎(CD, Comp) Galaxy Music 3885372 Netherlands 1995
525772 Ennio Morricone Golden Films Themes ‎(CD, Comp) MAM Productions 525772 France 1996
600359 Ennio Morricone Film Music ‎(CD, Comp) Lechner Euromusic 600359 Europe Unknown

Ennio Morricone - Golden Film Themes mp3 play

Performer: Ennio Morricone

Title: Golden Film Themes

Country: Netherlands

Date of release: 1995

Style: Theme, Score

Genre: TV music

Size MP3: 1875 mb

Size FLAC: 1105 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 997

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Darkraven
I'd like to give a rundown for those who're thinking of purchasing this CD. For those who have a little bit of knowledge of Morricone's music, they might notice that "Django" and "Texas Addio" are not apart of his discography. They also might believe that this is just a cheap knockoff CD compilation by some 3rd party. I'd like to let collectors know that this is in no way some cheap knockoff and that this has some incredible value.The Django track is the Karaoke version found on the Verita Note and the complete GDM releases. However, both of those releases feature a version that shifts to the electric guitar instrumental at the end of the song. This version of Django features the complete Karaoke track which keeps the choir at the end.Texas Addio is an instrumental version without the choir, but it is also in stereo, for those who've listened to the score for Texas Addio, they will notice that every track on all of the releases are actually in mono.Killer Addios is the instrumental version and is also in stereo.The Devil was An Angel had only 4 tracks released by Beat records as part of a compilation album, this was not featured on that album and is also in Stereo.Restless and Silent of Love are from Il Grande Silenzio, and are alternate tracks not featured anywhere else, they are in stereo, and are very different in style and sound form the official album version released by Beat.Sound quality for each track has some age related artifacts, but otherwise sound impeccable. With the exception of "They Say It's Wrong" which sounds like it was taken from a bad vinyl rip (This song is featured on the Il Grande Silenzio CD album by Beat and sounds much better there.) There are no linear notes, you're paying for music here.All tracks are in stereo except for tracks 1, 4, and 13.
Darkraven
I'd like to give a rundown for those who're thinking of purchasing this CD. For those who have a little bit of knowledge of Morricone's music, they might notice that "Django" and "Texas Addio" are not apart of his discography. They also might believe that this is just a cheap knockoff CD compilation by some 3rd party. I'd like to let collectors know that this is in no way some cheap knockoff and that this has some incredible value.The Django track is the Karaoke version found on the Verita Note and the complete GDM releases. However, both of those releases feature a version that shifts to the electric guitar instrumental at the end of the song. This version of Django features the complete Karaoke track which keeps the choir at the end.Texas Addio is an instrumental version without the choir, but it is also in stereo, for those who've listened to the score for Texas Addio, they will notice that every track on all of the releases are actually in mono.Killer Addios is the instrumental version and is also in stereo.The Devil was An Angel had only 4 tracks released by Beat records as part of a compilation album, this was not featured on that album and is also in Stereo.Restless and Silent of Love are from Il Grande Silenzio, and are alternate tracks not featured anywhere else, they are in stereo, and are very different in style and sound form the official album version released by Beat.Sound quality for each track has some age related artifacts, but otherwise sound impeccable. With the exception of "They Say It's Wrong" which sounds like it was taken from a bad vinyl rip (This song is featured on the Il Grande Silenzio CD album by Beat and sounds much better there.) There are no linear notes, you're paying for music here.All tracks are in stereo except for tracks 1, 4, and 13.