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Old 02-27-2006, 07:55 AM   #6
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If anybody is interested, I just ran into this.

You can find the music Ennio Morricone made for the Dollars Trillogy and any other Clint Eastwood film.

I strongly recommend A fisful of dollars; For a few dollars more*; Goodbye colonel; and The trio, specially 1:40 minutes past that song.

This style of music is amazing, quite melancholical & original. The choirs, trumpets and guitars sound great, and on a way that they resemble traditional Mexican melodies merged with Classical music.

EDIT: Oh, and in case you couldn't find them, here are tracks Sanctuary; Sanchez the Outlaw; The Sawmill; and The last gunfight. All from the Outlaws soundtrack.

*Link is not working; just scroll through the site and download it directly from there.

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