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Piero Piccioni

Colpo Rovente: Colonna Sonora (Original Soundtrack)

BEAT 66
Release Notes

Color Editions:
- 500 on White w/ Red splatter wax
- Standard Black wax

  • 2014 re-mastered version from original tapes
  • First ever LP reissue with original artwork
  • 180gram vinyl housed in Stoughton ‘Tip-On’ jacket
  • Fully detailed liner notes (by Hans Sangchol, Bulssazo)
  • Originally released in 1970
  • Also available on Expanded CD edition (12 bonus tracks)

‘Colpo Rovente’ is one of the rarest soundtrack albums in the Italian film music history. This soundtrack stands out from the traditional period into the psychedlic era. Soft-spoken and suave cool jazz, along with hallucinogenic go-go sounds appears throughout the film and soundtrack. Dynamic big band tunes are stunningly matched with impossibly beautiful jazz funk scores infused with a touch of bossa nova. If your tastes lie somewhere in the intersection between elegant European lounge and primal psychedelia, this soundtrack is a must-listen.