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ENNIO MORRICONE -"Sixty Seconds To What?" (1965)

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Uploaded on Jan 10, 2008

-From, "PER QUALCHE DOLLARO IN PIU" (Italy, 1965)
-"FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE" (USA)

The middle piece in the 'Dollars' trilogy, between "A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS" and "THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY". Starring Lee Van Cleef, Gian-Maria Volonte, Klaus Kinski, and Clint Eastwood as 'The Man With No Name'.


This song is named "La Resa dei Conti" on the original Italian soundtrack. It's called by its English title here to avoid confusion with the western film "La Resa dei Conti" (The Big Gundown, 1966).

Wandering chimes set the stage for a showdown, with the hard spanish surf guitar spotlighting the cruccial moment; then demonic organ amps the instensity, before conquistidore horns come in so bold they could punch through stone.


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http://www.myspace.com/enniomorricone

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http://www.myspace.com/eddadell39orso

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