Uploaded on Mar 10, 2009
-From, "DJANGO" (Italy, USA, UK, Spain, 1966)
-"DJANGO, O TROMOKRATIS TOU PASSO-DOBLE" -Greece)
"A coffin-dragging gunslinger enters a town caught between two feuding factions, the KKK and a gang of Mexican Bandits, and is caught up in a struggle against them." -imdb.com
The classic Sergio Corbucci western starring Franco Nero that kicked off the series of films.
Luis Bacalov is an Argentinian composer who scored many classic Italian westerns ("Django") and genre films in the 1960's and '70's. His "The Grand Duel" was re-used in "KILL BILL 1", and his "Summertime Killer" in "KILL BILL 2". He's also famous for the great crime rock score of "Milano Calibro 9", and for the romance "Il Postino/ The Postman".
The guitar is probably Alessandro Alessandroni, although it might possibly be Bruno Battisti D'Amario.
LUIS BACALOV -"Django" (guitar) (1966)
LUIS BACALOV -"Vamonos Muchachos!, 1,3" (1966)
LUIS BACALOV -"La Corsa" (1966)
LUIS BACALOV -"Corrido" (1966)
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