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DAVIE ALLAN & THE ARROWS -"Commanche" (1966)




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Published on Apr 28, 2008

The Pop legacy of Ennio Morricone!:

Westerns ruled the first decade of American TV, and rockers like Link Wray and Duane Eddy unleashed many classic instrumentals inspired by the West. Dick Dale and surf bands continued this, and film composers John Barry and Ennio Morricone brought that hard-clanging sound into the James Bond and 'Man With No Name' films. Here Davie Allan updates Link Wray's "Comanche" in perfect synch with the work Ennio was doing with his guitarist, Alessandro Alessandroni.

See more here:
MORRICONE: Influences

MORRICONE: Disciples


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    • Davie Allan & The Arrows
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    • Devil's Rumble: Anthology '64-'68
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    • Curb Records (on behalf of Curb Records); Rumblefish (Publishing), The Harry Fox Agency, Inc. (HFA), BMI - Broadcast Music Inc.


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