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« : October 24, 2005, 01:07:03 PM »

Can anyone help?

Is Ennio Morricone still around?

Does he perform live performances?

a link would be very useful for information :o)

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« #1 : October 24, 2005, 02:52:43 PM »

More info and concert dates at

http://www.enniomorricone.com/



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« #2 : October 25, 2005, 02:13:34 PM »

More info and concert dates at

http://www.enniomorricone.com/



thanks Ramon, but its not in English

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« #3 : October 27, 2005, 09:25:05 AM »

MORRICONE is still definatly alive and kicking.

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« #4 : October 27, 2005, 01:37:40 PM »

And he still delivers.. musashi   last thing ive heard of his.



And its absolute class.





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« #5 : October 28, 2005, 11:26:16 AM »

he did the music for a videogame recently too, Red Dead Revolver, it was pretty good

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« #6 : October 28, 2005, 11:41:44 AM »

Red Dead Revolver..  Its all original Spaghetti Western 60s/70s Soundtrack music.  Theres actually only about 2 tracks by Morricone himself. alot more by Bruno Nicolai his apprentice/conductor of sorts...

And Bacalov. (great tune from 'A Bullet For The General' on the Canyon Climb Level)

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"Gringos A Caballo and Bloody Sunset" 
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Sette Dollari Sul Rosso'
 
"Suspence Al Villaggio, L'Assulto Di Santana, and Johnny Sulla Croce"
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Quella Sporca Storia Nel West'
 
"Un Uomo, Un Cavallo, Una Pistola, Faccia A Terra, Le Pistole Attendono, Sentiero Rosso, and Esterno Saloon"
by S. Cipriani, taken from 'Un Uomo, Un Cavallo, Una Pistola'
 
"Long Neck, Jackie, Siddle Sack, Sombrero, and Tumble Weed"
by P. Piccioni, taken from 'Minnesota Clay'
 
"Pistoleros In Agguato"
by G. Ferrio, taken from 'Un Dollaro Bucato'
 
"T.5, T.10, and T.13"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Anda Muchaco Spara!'
 
"T.19"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Django Spara Per Primo'
 
"Nevada, La Confessione and Nevada, Delitto Fra Le Montagne"
by S. Cipriani, taken from 'Nevada'
 
"Per Salvarsi"
by D. Patucchi, taken from 'Los Amigos'
 
Il Bandito Messicano, and Il Falso Soldato"
by B. Ghiglia, taken from 'Un Dollaro Tra I Denti'
 
"Fuga Dall'ovest"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Corri Uomo Corri'
 
"Umor Giallo"
by E. Morricone, taken from 'Stark System'
 
"Agguato A Dallas, Il Fischio, and Il Ponte"
by L. Bacalov, taken from 'Il Prezzo Del Potere'
 
"L'uccello Magico, L'uccello Magico A Roma, and Il Duca Di Wuttenberg"
by N. Rota, taken from 'Il Cassanova'
 
"T.5"
by G.P. Reverberi, taken from 'Ringo Il Cavaliere Solitario'
 
"T.15 and T.19"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'L'ultimo Mercenario'
 
"T.4"
by A. Alessandroni, taken from 'Suor Omicidi'
 
"T.3, T.5, T.9, and T.10"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Buon Funarale Amigos...Paga Sartana'
 
"T.12, T.15, T.17, and T.20"
by B. Niccolai, taken from Gli Fumavano Le Colt...Lo Chiamavano Camposanto
 
"T.2, T.4, T.6, and T.7"
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Una Bara Per Lo Sceriffo'
 
"T.11 and T.22"
by E. De Masi, taken from 'Il Ranch Degli Spietati'
 
"T.12, T.13, and T.15"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Un Uomo Chiamato Apocalisse Joe'
 
"T.18, T.23, T.27"
by B. Niccolai, taken from 'Lo Chiamavano Tresette, Giocava Sempre Col Morto' 
 
"T.26, T.28, T.29, and T.30"
by M. Migliardi, taken from 'Prega Il Morto E Ammazza Il Vivo'
 
"Al Tren!"
by L. Bacalov, taken from 'Quien Sabe?'
 
"Main Theme"
by L. Bacalov, taken from 'Lo Chiamavano King'
 
"Senza Scampo and Ballata Per Un Pistolero"
by F. Micalizzi and R. Pregadio, taken from 'Il Pistolero Dell'ave Maria'
 
"Trinity: A Mollo Nella Tinozza"
by F. Micalizzi and R. Pregadio, taken from 'Lo Chiamavano Trinita'
 
"Main Titles"
by. E. Morricone, taken from 'E Per Tetto Un Cielo Di Stelle'

Shame Rockstar never released it as a soundtrack like the Grand Theft Auto stuff.

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« #7 : October 28, 2005, 12:56:23 PM »

i always thought that the best part of RED DEAD REVOLVER was the music. it was so nostalgic. it was really cool to hear familiar tunes in a game.

the game wasnt that bad either. glad i didnt buy it though. i dont think it was worth it.
the problem was that it wasnt an open space type game like GTA. very in closed and not like a western.
they need to make a western game where u can do whatever u want. steal traveling stagcoaches, steal horses, rob a bank, court a whore, etc. and follow a story line like GTA.


GUN looks somewhat promising.

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« #8 : October 29, 2005, 05:29:52 PM »

yeah I've got the game purely because I heard Ennio was doing the music, bit hoodwinked really, the game isn't that good and most of the music isn't Ennio! Bastardós!!!!!

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« #9 : November 01, 2005, 07:58:53 PM »

could any of you make a recording of ennios music in the game and upload it for the rest of us to hear?


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« #10 : November 01, 2005, 08:01:17 PM »

could any of you make a recording of ennios music in the game and upload it for the rest of us to hear?


what with all the other game elements going on during the music? such gun shots and stupid phrases the bad guys shell at u everytime u kill them? i would pass up on that.

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« #11 : November 01, 2005, 08:20:28 PM »

you could run and hide while recording ;)


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« #12 : November 03, 2005, 07:36:37 AM »

yeah I've got the game purely because I heard Ennio was doing the music, bit hoodwinked really, the game isn't that good and most of the music isn't Ennio! Bastardós!!!!!

Well Morricone isn't cheap these days. Don't think it would of ever been lightly. Rockstar wouldn't fork out for a new score.
No big mystery. Tracks are listed in the back of the PS2/XBOX booklet.

Its not a perfect game. Have to agree on the voices, could of been on a less parody vibe.* Which always seems to happen with any game pitched at certain theme outside status-quo of videogames. The parody style worked great for a 'Secret Of Monkey Islands' maybe it could of followed the same deeper interaction in the Town.
The engine is a little unfinished in places. But wonderful to look at.
But not a bad catch from original owner's Capcom, who had plans on a coin-op arcade machine.



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