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« Reply #150 on: February 26, 2006, 01:15:01 PM »

That's hilarious  Cheesy

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« Reply #151 on: February 26, 2006, 03:49:22 PM »

The lyrics to The Return of Ringo are pretty clear. The lyrics to Angel Face from " A Pistol For Ringo " on the other hand are at some points muddy and hard to understand. Does anyone know the lyrics to that song?

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« Reply #152 on: February 26, 2006, 06:34:41 PM »

" A Pistol For Ringo " Does anyone know the lyrics to that song?

Best I can come up with...except for the words in (  ), which are guesses...or 'sounds like'... Roll Eyes

Countries that know only the springtime
and new greenfields with your (sudden of hay...satin of hate...sedden of hayne)
oh, Ringo, with his angel face
and the woman who was waiting for his return

Cross the canyons he'd laugh down the valley's depth
and he left behind a river of blood
for his life was guided by a cruel (vice...va-lup)
he only had a mind to get gold

Rivers, you know how is a story and his (often...loffen...laughing)
was a pressage of death
Ringo had an angel face...but whenever ringo loved...
Ringo fired..

Oh, Ringo had an angel face
but whenever Ringo loved,
Ringo fired;
but whenever Ringo loved,
Ringo fired.

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« Reply #153 on: February 26, 2006, 08:24:43 PM »

Oh yeh! That makes sense. Thanks a lot Boardwalk Angel.

My thoughts on some of the guesses are:
and ( you ) greenfields with your ( satin of hay? )
for his life was guided by a ( crude law )
you know how is a story and his ( love hymn )

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« Reply #154 on: February 27, 2006, 08:28:01 PM »

That's hilarious  Cheesy

You should hear my made up lyrics for "A Pistol For Ringo".  Grin Seriously, the first few times I heard it I didn't have any idea what the hell he was saying.  Signor Graf can't sing to save his life; he makes Peter Tevis look good.  Tongue

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« Reply #155 on: February 28, 2006, 05:50:31 AM »

OK Derringdo if we don't get any more feedback within the next fortnight i think it would be fair to edit the verdict to "good".
I still say Alleluia is annoying though!!

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« Reply #156 on: March 06, 2006, 06:15:54 AM »

OK "good" it shall be!

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« Reply #157 on: March 06, 2006, 06:17:02 AM »

1963 Gunfight At Red Sands(Ricardo Blasco)
1964 Fistful of Dollars(Sergio Leone)***
1964 Bullets Don't Argue(Mario Caiano)
1965 Pistol For Ringo(Duccio Tessari)
1965 Return of Ringo(Duccio Tessari)
1965 For A Few Dollars More(Sergio Leone)****
1966 Navajo Joe(Sergio Corbucci)**
1966 Hills Run Red(Carlo Lizzani)
1966 Seven Guns For The McGregors(Franco Giraldi)
1966 Big Gundown(Sergio Sollima)***
1966 The Good,The Bad and the Ugly(Sergio Leone)****
1967 Seven Women For The McGregors(Franco Giraldi)
1967 Hellbenders(Sergio Corbucci)***
1967 Fort Yuma Gold(Giorgio Ferroni)
1967 Face To Face(Sergio Sollima)****
1968 Tepepa(Giulio Petroni)**
1968 The Mercenary(Sergio Corbucci)****
1968 And For The Roof A Sky Full Of Stars(Giulio Peroni)
1968 Run Man Run(Sergio Sollima)**
1968 Death Rides A Horse(Giulio Petroni)***
1968 Guns For San Sebastian(H.Verneuil/Anthony Quinn)
1969 Once Upon A Time In The West(Sergio Leone)****
1969 The Great Silence(Sergio Corbucci)****
1969 Five Man Army(Don Taylor/Italo Zingarelli)
1970 Companeros(Sergio Corbucci)***
1971 Day Of Judgement(Mario Gariazzo)
1971 Duck You Sucker(Sergio Leone)****
1971 Long Live Your Death(Duccio Tessari)
1972 Sonny and Jed(Sergio Corbucci)
1972 Return of Clint the Stranger(Alfonso Balcazar)
1972 Life Is Tough Eh Providence?(Giulio Petroni)
1973 What Am i Doing In The Middle Of A Revolution
                                                       (Sergio Corbucci)
1973 Here We Go Again Eh Providence?(Alberto De
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1973 My Name Is Nobody(Tonino Valerii)****
1975 Nobodys The Greatest(Damiano Damiani)**
1981 Buddy Goes West(Michele Lupo)*
1991 Lucky Luke(Terence Hill)
2002 The Last Pistolero(Alessandro Dominici)

**** Essential
***   Very Good
**     Good
*       Only Fair

"Good" for Navajo Joe now added!

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« Reply #158 on: March 06, 2006, 06:21:40 AM »

The main theme is one of Morricones best and helps raise this SW to one of my favourites.I also like the other chanting theme.Not enough variety to call it essential so i say very good.
Poll closes in a fortnight.

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« Reply #159 on: March 06, 2006, 10:23:18 AM »

  One of my favorite spaghettis in general so I may be biased here, but I gave it a "very good."  Morricone seemed to borrow from all his other scores and combined them for the FMA score, not that that's a bad thing cause his other scores are usually pretty decent.  Grin

  The parts of the score I always remember is the Five Man Army riding into that Mexican town and their outfits change mid-scene, as well as the extended scene where Samurai falls off the train and has to run across the countryside to catch up with them.  Great tension in that scene, helped in great part by Morricone's score.

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« Reply #160 on: March 13, 2006, 06:59:45 AM »

Just about "very good" then-ok i'll record result on guide.

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« Reply #161 on: March 13, 2006, 07:01:29 AM »

1963 Gunfight At Red Sands(Ricardo Blasco)
1964 Fistful of Dollars(Sergio Leone)***
1964 Bullets Don't Argue(Mario Caiano)
1965 Pistol For Ringo(Duccio Tessari)
1965 Return of Ringo(Duccio Tessari)***
1965 For A Few Dollars More(Sergio Leone)****
1966 Navajo Joe(Sergio Corbucci)**
1966 Hills Run Red(Carlo Lizzani)
1966 Seven Guns For The McGregors(Franco Giraldi)
1966 Big Gundown(Sergio Sollima)***
1966 The Good,The Bad and the Ugly(Sergio Leone)****
1967 Seven Women For The McGregors(Franco Giraldi)
1967 Hellbenders(Sergio Corbucci)***
1967 Fort Yuma Gold(Giorgio Ferroni)
1967 Face To Face(Sergio Sollima)****
1968 Tepepa(Giulio Petroni)**
1968 The Mercenary(Sergio Corbucci)****
1968 And For The Roof A Sky Full Of Stars(Giulio Peroni)
1968 Run Man Run(Sergio Sollima)**
1968 Death Rides A Horse(Giulio Petroni)***
1968 Guns For San Sebastian(H.Verneuil/Anthony Quinn)
1969 Once Upon A Time In The West(Sergio Leone)****
1969 The Great Silence(Sergio Corbucci)****
1969 Five Man Army(Don Taylor/Italo Zingarelli)
1970 Companeros(Sergio Corbucci)***
1971 Day Of Judgement(Mario Gariazzo)
1971 Duck You Sucker(Sergio Leone)****
1971 Long Live Your Death(Duccio Tessari)
1972 Sonny and Jed(Sergio Corbucci)
1972 Return of Clint the Stranger(Alfonso Balcazar)
1972 Life Is Tough Eh Providence?(Giulio Petroni)
1973 What Am i Doing In The Middle Of A Revolution
                                                       (Sergio Corbucci)
1973 Here We Go Again Eh Providence?(Alberto De
                                                                     Martino)
1973 My Name Is Nobody(Tonino Valerii)****
1975 Nobodys The Greatest(Damiano Damiani)**
1981 Buddy Goes West(Michele Lupo)**
1991 Lucky Luke(Terence Hill)
2002 The Last Pistolero(Alessandro Dominici)

Updated to include "very good" for Return of Ringo and following some feedback i've altered Buddy Goes West to good.

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« Reply #162 on: March 13, 2006, 12:53:20 PM »

1963 Gunfight At Red Sands(Ricardo Blasco)
1964 Fistful of Dollars(Sergio Leone)***
1964 Bullets Don't Argue(Mario Caiano)
1965 Pistol For Ringo(Duccio Tessari)
1965 Return of Ringo(Duccio Tessari)***
1965 For A Few Dollars More(Sergio Leone)****
1966 Navajo Joe(Sergio Corbucci)**
1966 Hills Run Red(Carlo Lizzani)
1966 Seven Guns For The McGregors(Franco Giraldi)
1966 Big Gundown(Sergio Sollima)***
1966 The Good,The Bad and the Ugly(Sergio Leone)****
1967 Seven Women For The McGregors(Franco Giraldi)
1967 Hellbenders(Sergio Corbucci)***
1967 Fort Yuma Gold(Giorgio Ferroni)
1967 Face To Face(Sergio Sollima)****
1968 Tepepa(Giulio Petroni)**
1968 The Mercenary(Sergio Corbucci)****
1968 And For The Roof A Sky Full Of Stars(Giulio Peroni)
1968 Run Man Run(Sergio Sollima)**
1968 Death Rides A Horse(Giulio Petroni)***
1968 Guns For San Sebastian(H.Verneuil/Anthony Quinn)
1969 Once Upon A Time In The West(Sergio Leone)****
1969 The Great Silence(Sergio Corbucci)****
1969 Five Man Army(Don Taylor/Italo Zingarelli)
1970 Companeros(Sergio Corbucci)***
1971 Day Of Judgement(Mario Gariazzo)
1971 Duck You Sucker(Sergio Leone)****
1971 Long Live Your Death(Duccio Tessari)
1972 Sonny and Jed(Sergio Corbucci)
1972 Return of Clint the Stranger(Alfonso Balcazar)
1972 Life Is Tough Eh Providence?(Giulio Petroni)
1973 What Am i Doing In The Middle Of A Revolution
                                                       (Sergio Corbucci)
1973 Here We Go Again Eh Providence?(Alberto De
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1973 My Name Is Nobody(Tonino Valerii)****
1975 Nobodys The Greatest(Damiano Damiani)**
1981 Buddy Goes West(Michele Lupo)**
1991 Lucky Luke(Terence Hill)
2002 The Last Pistolero(Alessandro Dominici)

Updated to include "very good" for Return of Ringo and following some feedback i've altered Buddy Goes West to good.


I must say I dont particularly think "The great silence" (though an excellent spaghetti) should receieve a four star rating for its soundtrack. Putting that soundtrack on the same level of say...Duck you sucker, is blasphemous Grin.

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« Reply #163 on: March 14, 2006, 05:23:46 AM »

More blasphemers voted for 4 stars than non-blasphemers!!
Are you saying that Morricone hasn't composed more than one "essential" sw score?

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« Reply #164 on: March 16, 2006, 11:55:45 AM »

Want to thank the angel of the board for the words.

must be "his laughing was a presage of death": that makes sense. Let's try all together to figure out the other muddled words.

Well, Banjo, if this makes "very good" (I've only heard the title track, as I couldn't stand the movie for life), then Pistol for Ringo is essential all the way, on a par with FFDM (was that judged "essential"?). The title song of Pistol is one of the best songs Morricone ever composed, after Se telefonando: unfortunately he didn't get around to have Mina to sing it like the other one.

BTW, I think that your poll should be left open and votes given by us as we get the chance to hear the soundtracks or see the movies.

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