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Il Gatto a Nove Code [
Genres: Pop, Soundtracks
Reissue of 1971 soundtrack with 3 previously unreleased tracks 'Placcagio' (Alternate Version), 'Il Gatto A Nove Code' (Movie Takes Suite), 'Ninna Nanna In Blu' (Movie Takes Variations). 2000 release. Standard jewel case h... more »
Reissue of 1971 soundtrack with 3 previously unreleased tracks 'Placcagio' (Alternate Version), 'Il Gatto A Nove Code' (Movie Takes Suite), 'Ninna Nanna In Blu' (Movie Takes Variations). 2000 release. Standard jewel case housed in a slipcase.
Ennio Morricone's Cat O'Nine Tails released w/ bonus tracks!
gswithen | Springfield, Virginia | 06/19/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A new CD of the CAT O'NINE TAILS soundtrack has been released. It's on the DAGORED label from Italy and sounds terrific. It has a nice picture CD of the original artwork from the Italian poster featuring a double image of a cat and a woman being strangled (similar to the DRG CD of the Dario Argento / Ennio Morricone Trilogy). That same artwork is behind the CD which is visible through the see-thru case. It also has a nice matching red slipcase which has a different cover but matching the front of the booklet. It shows the little girl leaning against a wall, bound and gagged and a coupla rats snooping around her feet. It contains the original eleven tracks and three bonus tracks. Well, actually, four extra tracks, because it also includes a single edit of track 9, 'Passeggiata Notturna', as well as the original. The other extras are: An alternate version of track 11, 'Placcaggio', a movie takes suite called 'Il Gatto A Nove Code' that runs around 12 minutes and several variations on the opening title sequence, 'Ninna Nanna In Blu'. The sound quality is absolutely superb and is a vast improvement over the previous CD release on Point Records as well as the 6 tracks that were included on the DRG compilation. The booklet is an eight-pager with full color shots from the lobby cards and liner notes in both Italian and English.If you're an Ennio Morricone fan or a Dario Argento fan this is a must-buy cd soundtrack."
T. allen | PENN VALLEY, PA USA | 11/13/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"You've got to hand it to Morricone. He whips out soundtrack after glistening soundtrack with an astonishing range of musical moods. Drama, Thriller, Horror, Sci Fi, and most famously Westerns have been the tableux of his sonic pallette. Here, Muscician and HorrorMaestro are perfectly matched. Full of trippy jazz, keyboard blips evoking lonely fog shrouded streetlights, sentimental, but not sugary strings, and a haunting lullaby, this should go down in any collection as music from another world. A world of crimson Giallo flicks screened against alleyways Miles Davis and Bird shot up in."