The Very Best of Dinah Shore replaces RCA's previous and now-deleted collection Love and Kisses, Dinah with a substantially different track listing. The latter compiled an odd assortment of mostly non-hits while The Very Best of Dinah Shore collects 14 Top Ten hits from the early and mid-'40s. Shore moved to Columbia in 1946 before returning to RCA in 1950, racking up hits all the while, but nothing from her later RCA period is included. With one exclusion, the recordings are the top 14 hits from the time frame that is covered, including her most famous recordings from the era: "Blues in the Night" and "I'll Walk Alone." Shore was one of the most popular singers of her day, though, and, for every song here, there are one or two other major hits that were omitted. To its credit, The Very Best of Dinah Shore is readily available and reasonably priced with new liner notes by Colin Escott, but Taragon's superior anthology The Essential RCA Recordings offers nearly twice as much material for only a few dollars more.
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These however were not huge box office attraction and have only in recent years been appreciated for their attributes, good or bad. Many of the films that Morricone worked on were not shown outside of Italy, but the soundtrack albums still sold well, with collectors purchasing them simply because the music was by Ennio Morricone and not because they had even heard the music and liked it. GOTHIC DRAMAS was split into four episodes, these went under the titles of KAISERSTRASSE, which was based on stories by Hans H Ewers. MA NON E! UN VAMPIRO? (BUT IS SHE A VAMPIRE) Which was constructed around a Sicilian fable written by Luigi Capuana; LA CASSE DELLA STREGHE (THE HOUSE OF WITCHES) based upon three works by H.P LOVECRAFT and DIARIO DI UN PAZZO (DIARY OF A MADMAN) which was an adaptation from the works of Gogol.
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BTF Italy and Light In The Attic present an exceptional collection of Ennio Morricone westerns soundtracks - including classics such as Once Upon A Time In The West, A Fistful of Dollars, The Good, The Bad Aand The Ugly - all available for the first time ever in a gorgeous colored 10 x LP set!
This box-set is a precious collector's item that contains ten iconic soundtracks by Ennio Morricone composed for the Italian Western film genre. Morricone's name has been linked to directors such as Sergio Leone, Giulio Petroni, Tonino Valerii, Sergio Corbucci, Mario Caiano and Alberto De Martino. From these special bonds between music and moving images many masterpieces of film music were born, splendidly functional in films and equally spectacular on record off-screen. 2b1af7f3a8