L’uomo, l’orgoglio, la vendetta

L'uomo, l'orgoglio, la vendetta
L’uomo, l’orgoglio,
la vendetta

L’UOMO L’ORGOGLIO, LA VENDETTA was originally released on LP in 1968 with a total time of around 36 minutes and replicated on CD as part of the CAM Soundtrack Encyclopaedia series. It’s a dramatic and interesting reworking of the story of CARMEN starring Franco Nero, Klaus Kinski and Tina Aumont. When the LP was first released dealers advertised it as a spaghetti western and catalogued it accordingly, knowing full well that spaghetti western fever was sweeping through the film music world which would make it irresistible to collectors. However, Carlo Rustichelli’s music is more Spanish flavoured and he was not a composer who was part of the Italian western score fraternity; his style being always more classically infused as opposed to being filled with trills, shrieks and whistles. MAN PRIDE AND VENGEANCE contains a number of themes which accompany the three central characters and on this expanded version of the score there are Continue reading L’uomo, l’orgoglio, la vendetta