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For A Few Dollars More

Ennio Morricone Audio CD
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1. La Resa Dei Conti
2. Osservatori Osservati
3. Il Vizzio D'Uccidere
4. Il Colpo
5. Addio Colonnello
6. Per Qualche Dollaro In Piu
7. Per Un Pugno Di Dollari
8. Quasi Morto
9. L'Inseguimento
10. La Reazione
11. Senza Pieta
12. Titoli

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Compositeur de toutes les musiques de films de Sergio Leone à partir de Pour une poignée de dollars, Ennio Morricone invente progressivement un univers de plus en plus personnel qui commencera par marquer un genre, le western spaghetti, et qui vaut bien plus que les gimmicks auquel on l'associe trop souvent, à savoir les guitares surf et les motifs récurrents dessinés à l'harmonica. À ce sujet, le trublion de l'underground new-yorkais John Zorn ne s'y est pas trompé en lui rendant le plus singulier des hommages. Le monde de Leone, comme le démontre cette B.O., est infiniment plus complexe, qui fait jaillir là où on ne les attend pas des choses pour le moins inouïes qui servent la mise en scène. Excellent, Et pour quelques dollars de plus annonce la suite que chacun devrait connaître par cœur : Le Bon, la Brute et le Truand, Il était une fois dans l'Ouest et Il était une fois la révolution. Loin du soleil et de la poussière des westerns, Morricone enregistra également de dissonants OVNI dont Le Chat à neuf queues pour le réalisateur de films fantastiques Dario Argento. --Philippe Robert

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Digipak pressing of Ennio Morricone's score to the 1971 Spaghetti Western starring Clint Eastwood. Although director Sergio Leone, Morricone and Eastwood had carved out their own success before the Spaghetti Westerns, they became superstars in their own fields afterwards. It is nearly impossible today to imagine this film or any of their other collaborations without one of the three elements, especially Morricone and Eastwood. This remains one of Morricone's finest early '70s soundtracks and is still cited as being highly influential on film scores today. BMG.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great movies! Great Soundtracks! Jan. 25 2001
Format:Audio CD
Both movies, "A Fistful of Dollars" and "For a Few Dollars More" are represented on this CD. There isn't a movie "A Handful of Dollars" much less one with a soundtrack on this compilation. The discrepancy is that the music is in the wrong order. The music from "Few" comes before the music from "Fistful" which is not what you would expect given the title of the CD and the release dates of the movies. What you would expect is great, dramatic music and you get that here. Get the CD. And get the movies as well as the third part of the trilogy, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly." You won't regret the purchase.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Only A Few Dollars More April 11 1999
Format:Audio CD
Note, the title on the CD is misleading: this CD does *not* also have the music to "A Fistful of Dollars."
At ~28 min, this CD is short but perfectly to the point. All the themes from the movie appear to present, and are exactly as heard in the film. If you love the music from this film, this CD will not disappoint.
This soundtrack is a remarkable example of how the music composed for a film can be as integral a part of the creative whole as the directing or writing. It's impossible to think about this movie without the music running through your head!
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4.0 out of 5 stars IT DOES HAVE "FOR A HANDFUL OF DOLLARS", AS WELL June 9 1999
Format:Audio CD
I just wanted to add to the review above (or below for that matter) that the CD does contain the music of "handful", evn though it is 28 mins.Just look at the titles; track 7 is "per un..." meaning "for a handful of dollars".Tracks 7 to 12 are from that movie.You may even want to check out "handful" here in Amazon...its tracks have the same names ...if only they had added "square dance" in this compilation of the movies...there sure was room for it!
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Only A Few Dollars More April 11 1999
By Greg & Diana Hamilton <hamilton@umbc.edu> - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Note, the title on the CD is misleading: this CD does *not* also have the music to "A Fistful of Dollars."
At ~28 min, this CD is short but perfectly to the point. All the themes from the movie appear to present, and are exactly as heard in the film. If you love the music from this film, this CD will not disappoint.
This soundtrack is a remarkable example of how the music composed for a film can be as integral a part of the creative whole as the directing or writing. It's impossible to think about this movie without the music running through your head!
19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Yes, but is that all? Aug. 21 2004
By K. Baddley - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
First the good news. This is the real deal -- the great music I first heard as I sat waiting in a little theatre lobby for the next showing of FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE in 1966. It is NOT one of the imitations of the film soundtrack by somebody-or-other and his orchestra which appeared on the market after the movie became a hit.

Now the bad news. There's less than 17 minutes of music on the CD, and actually just 13 if we exclude the two tracks of drum rolls and trumpet blasts Morricone wrote merely to add drama to something happening on the screen. I could hardly believe the lovely, elegaic "Goodbye, Colonel" is only 1:42 long.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars IT DOES HAVE "FOR A HANDFUL OF DOLLARS", AS WELL June 9 1999
By Konstantinos Liapis(k_liapis@hotmail.com) - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I just wanted to add to the review above (or below for that matter) that the CD does contain the music of "handful", evn though it is 28 mins.Just look at the titles; track 7 is "per un..." meaning "for a handful of dollars".Tracks 7 to 12 are from that movie.You may even want to check out "handful" here in Amazon...its tracks have the same names ...if only they had added "square dance" in this compilation of the movies...there sure was room for it!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "For a Few Dollars More" is still available for much less July 2 2009
By Ranger Reid - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album and it's Italian titled version, "Per Qualche Dollaro in Piu" are both out of print and music vendors are charging $45 dollars and up for what are essentially eight tracks from the original movie soundtrack of "For a Few Dollars More". The good news for Morricone fans is that these same eight tracks (#16 thru #23) are included on the 1990 issued CD entitled "The Legendary Italian Westerns: The Film Composers' Series, Vol. 2" (Ennio Morricone). This album is an exceptional bargain and the recording is superb. This CD is available new for under $10 and you can find used copies for under $6. This album also contains most of the "A Fistful of Dollars" soundtrack plus several selections from other Ennio Morricone western film scores. I've come to appreciate all of the 31 tracks on this disc and often play it in its entirety. This disc led me to purchase four other Morricone soundtracks all of which are wonderful. Save yourself some dollars and pick up "The Legendary Italian Westerns" before it's too late. You won't be disappointed. It's a must for Morricone fans.
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great movies! Great Soundtracks! Jan. 25 2001
By "bbfulton3" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Both movies, "A Fistful of Dollars" and "For a Few Dollars More" are represented on this CD. There isn't a movie "A Handful of Dollars" much less one with a soundtrack on this compilation. The discrepancy is that the music is in the wrong order. The music from "Few" comes before the music from "Fistful" which is not what you would expect given the title of the CD and the release dates of the movies. What you would expect is great, dramatic music and you get that here. Get the CD. And get the movies as well as the third part of the trilogy, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly." You won't regret the purchase.
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