A volume entirely dedicated to the jazz atmospheres of the Italian movies from the ‘60s, including genres such as noir, melò, giallo, dark comedy and crazy ‘musicarelli’. With a great variety of styles and moods, jazz represented the perfect soundtrack for the Italian “nouvelle vague” season: an element of great innovation that radically disrupted the way traditional scores were conceived. No longer entrusted to cumbersome orchestras but light combos, with a fresh and dynamic sound.

This record is the result of a research that focused on the soundtrack archive of RCA Italy and consists of songs that have remained unpublished until today. It demonstrates how Italian jazz benefitted from its relationship with the film industry, which provided a fertile ground to experiment and create to great musicians such as Piero Umiliani, Romano Mussolini, Amedeo Tommasi, Robby Poitevin, Piero Piccioni or Armando Trovajoli.

A1. Armando Trovaioli - I Nostri Mariti | M1
A2. Robby Poitevin - Amore All'Italiana | M1
A3. Enrico Simonetti - Tempo Di Charleston | M701
A4. Piero Umiliani - Colpo Gobbo All'Italiana | Seq. 2
A5. Amedeo Tommasi - Non Mi Dire Mai Goodbye | M26
A6. Gino Peguri - Desideri D'Estate | M14
A7. Nino Tassone - Un'Ora Per Vivere | M23
A8. Silvano Spadaccino - Amarsi Male | M24
A9. Piero Piccioni - La Donna è Una Cosa Meravigliosa | M14

B1. Giovanni Fusco - La Corruzione | M20
B2. Nino Oliviero - La Moglie Giapponese | M2+M16
B3. Romano Mussolini - La Ragazzola | M49
B4. Luis Bacalov - Questa Volta Parliamo Di Uomini | M12
B5. Robby Poitevin - L'Uomo Del Colpo Perfetto | M38
B6. Gianfranco Reverberi & Gian Piero Reverberi - Una Jena In Cassaforte | M13
B7. Franco Potenza - Avventura Al Motel | M14

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