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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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In his score for The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, Ennio Morricone reimagines the West with a barrage of uncanny choirs, wacky sound effects and Spector-like walls of sound. Shocking fanfares lead to desolate moments with single instruments ringing out lonely cries. Eschewing all orchestral conventions, his legendary title theme employs an arsenal of unlikely instruments: shards of surf guitar, Indian drums, flamenco guitars, Civil War trumpets, loose castanets. His eerie, unnerving sonic choices bring the momentous thrill of rock ’n’ roll to film composing.

Customer Reviews

Very good

One of the best soundtracks ever made!

If you like western music, this is for you. all the best mixtures of tension, mystery and brilliance that created this spectacular movie.

I would sujest getting the song from the opening credits (no. 1) and the second last one (an extacy of gold)

Wonderful pieces of music.

The greatest western movie ever made

Greatest movie ever made and epic score to go with it too


Born: 10 November 1928 in Rome, Italy

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Ennio Morricone is probably the most famous film composer of the 20th century. He is also one of the most prolific composers working in any medium. No exact figure is available, but he's scored several hundred films over several decades, perhaps as many as 500. While these have been in almost every imaginable musical style (and for almost every imaginable kind of movie), he is most identified with the "spaghetti Western" style of soundtracks, which he pioneered when providing the musical backdrop...
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