Soundtracks, library and television music hosted by Jonny Trunk. Today – Morricone Pop! We examine exceptionally rare Morricone collaborations. All non soundtrack works, these superb records date from 1958 and run through to about 1965, crossing from classic Italain pop to jazz and more experimental recordings.We’ll also be playing the rarely heard Pastures OF Plenty, the 1962 pop vocal by Pete Tevis that was to become A Fistful Of Dollars three years later. Result!
Incidentally, sorry this week’s podcast isn’t a bit more Christmassy. Robin The Fog popped down to the OST archive to try and find something a bit more seasonal, but then left his USB stick at the Resonance Christmas party. So you’ll just have to slap this one on while sitting around the festive table instead. A pretty decent compromise, don’t you think?
Happy Christmas, OST fans!
Can we please have the Moon Wiring Club OST Show from March last year? And can Mr. Trunk please make more records because Inside Outside and Scrap book are QUITE GOOD.