Sunday, January 10, 2016

Vendetta Violenta


17 comments:

  1. www49.zippyshare.com/v/P08XhWUV/file.html

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  2. Thanks!
    Great cover art.
    Waiting for the multi Track. :)

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    1. Would love to share the multi-tracks, but unfortunately with tunes such as this, it's the surest way to get my blog shut down.

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  3. this is epic and quite brilliant! Ta

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  4. Mr. Drifter, you have done it yet again!!! This is excellent as always and comes at the perfect time for me!! I have just introduced my teenage son to the wonderful cinematic world of the Spaghetti Western....and he Loves them....especially the soundtracks!!! I am sure he will want to import this into his rock box rotation......

    Thank you again for these mixes, they are always impeccable.

    Scott1669

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    1. That's fantastic! Love hearing that the message is spread. Even cooler that you are introduce your progeny to this fine genre. My 3-year-old is obsessed with Django...not the entire film, just the idea of a mysterious gun-toting man in black who shoots the bad guys.

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  5. Looks like the link got taken down. Any chance of getting it again? Thanks for the great mixes as always!

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    1. Hi, Tom, the link is still up as I just checked.

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  6. Thanks, I enjoyed it. A tracklisting would be appreciated - failing that, can you mention what the end track is (at 1:37:46, after Once Upon A Time In The West) ?

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    1. Hi Illya, the track is 'Beat E Fuga' by Sante Romitelli from the Italian Western, Shoot, Gringo, Shoot...

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    2. Thanks compadre, the barkeep will pour you a double next time you pass through this tavern, and your hand will be all Kings and Aces.

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  7. Hi there, any chance to publish the tracklist?

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  8. Great compilation! I finally got around to listening to this just now, and it's artful. So glad there's now another...and plans for more...your efforts are much appreciated.

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  9. Thanks. I like it so much the spaghetti western's music! I remember that scene when Django is hiding himself behind Mercedes Zaro's tomb and he is trying to pick up his weapon.

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  10. Hey, wonderful selection! I was wondering if we could get a tracklist of some sort? I love collecting these soundtracks and some of the songs in here are just fantastic!

    Thanks man!

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