New in stock at the Turntabling shop at Discogs.com! Ennio Morricone’s amazing, experimental and barrier-breaking soundtrack for Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura, also known in the USA as Cold Eyes Of Fear. There’s also the Clint Mansell (Pop Will Eat Itself) soundtrack vinyl for In The Wall, plus a delicious blue-and-black colored vinyl copy of the soundtrack to the awesomely bizarre Perfume of the Woman In Black.
Giallo soundtrack vinyl is always a wonderful find, and these limited edition releases on Dagored are sure to go fast. These are just a few of the new titles in stock, have a look at the Turntabling shop to see plenty of other rare, weird, and awesome vinyl.
We took a break to do a bit of travel including ALL the record stores in Portland, Oregon, but now it is time to update ye olde Turntabling inventory and get more of the most amazing vinyl finds up and available to you. I scour the earth looking for the rare, the weird, the hard-to-find, and I’m about to do a big update. Stay tuned.
I got an awesome e-mail today asking about the soundtrack for the film Forbidden Photos of A Woman Above Suspicion, AKA Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene. Specifically, the question was, what can you recommend that is similar the Bossa Nova sounds of this film.
That e-mail made my day, and I decided to make an entire post of recommendations for anyone who loves the music you hear in the opening five minutes of Le Foto Prohibite….here’s that clip, courtesy of YouTube, naturally:
Now check out the amazing soundtrack sounds of La Lucertola Con La Pelle Di Donna, AKA Lizard In A Woman’s Skin. Yes, Ennio Morricone actually did a soundtrack for a Fulci film!!!
On a lighter note, check out this by Bruno Nicolai, from All The Colors Of The Dark:
And then there’s THIS, from The Bliss of Mrs. Bottom, by Riz “Cannibal Holocaust” Ortolani. I confess I’ve never seen or heard of this film til today when I researched Ortolani’s Bossa Nova-type output:
Piero Piccioni has a LOT of Bossa Nova sounds. Ignore the ad and get to this one, Bossa Nova Marina pretty amazing.
And finally we wind our way back to the Maestro, Ennio Morricone, for one more, from Metti Una Sera a Cena:
Coming soon to Turntabling, some exquisite reissues from the mighty Italian label Dagored, very limited editions of only 500 each–do not miss these titles while supplies last!! All three of these classics are Ennio Morricone titles, and they won’t hang around long. We’ll post an update when these titles are available, and in the meantime you can check out the other giallo, horror, sci-fi, rare, and unusual titles in the Turntabling shop
Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura
- 1. Seguita
- 2. Gli Occhi Freddi della Paura
- 3. Evaporazione
- 4. Notte e Misteri
- 5. Urla nel Nulla
- 6. Folle Folle
- 7. Evanescente
- 8. Dal Sogno e Ritorno
- 9. Ritorno all’inizio
- 10. Medley in eight parts “Gli Occhi Freddi della Paura”
- . Veruschka
- 2. Intervallo I
- 3. La Bambola
- 4. Astratto I
- 5. La Spiaggia
- 6. Dopo L’Intervista
- 7. Poesia Di Donna
- 8. Le Fotografie
- 9. La Bambola (#2)
- 10. Intervallo II
- 11. Magia
- 12. Astratto III
- 13. Veruschka (#2)
- 14. Astratto II V
- 15. Eruschka (#3)
- 16. Astratto IV
- 17. La Bambola (#3)
- 18. Astratto V
- 19. Poesia Di Donna (#2)
- 20. La Spiaggia
- 21. Astratto VI
- 22. Poesia Di Donna (#3)
- 23. La Bambola (#4)
- 24. Veruschka (#4)
Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene
- 1. Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene
- 2. Qui Ci Scappa Il Morto
- 3. Amore Come Dolore
- 4. Bella, Cara, Dolce, Buona Mogliettina Per Bene
- 5. Allegretto Per Signora
- 6. Intermezzino Pop
- 7. Caduta Nell’Inconscio
- 8. Nel Vuoto
- 9. Secondo Intermezzino Pop
- 10. Percussivamente
- 11. Quelle Foto
- 12. Solo Eco
- 13. Qui Ci Scappa Il Morto (Alternate Version)
1979 saw Goblin working on the soundtrack for this Italian film starring Jaqueline Bisset and Terence Stamp. Believe it or not, the title track was informed more by Burt Bacharach than prog, but the old classic proggy Goblin sound does rear its head on parts of this soundtrack.
Have a listen to this rare, unusual-for-Goblin track from Amo Non Amo, released in the USA as Together? Turntabling has this Goblin soundtrack on vinyl for sale while supplies last…
Here’s some of the more what-you’d-expect from Goblin from the very same soundtrack:
The soundtrack to Joe D’Amato’s Buio Omega is a pretty awesome proggy bass-n-synth fest that really doesn’t let you in on what you’re going to see when this Italian slash-splat masterpiece gets going.
It’s got everything a transgressive Italian horror movie should have–a bit of wanton slicing, some embalming, some necrophilia…and then there’s the score by Goblin, which really shows off another side of the band that you don’t really get to fully appreciate with Suspiria or Dawn of the Dead.
Buio Omega can be a rough watch–it’s a grossout contest once the embalming sequences start, and the corpse disposal scene is pretty stomach-churning. But the soundtrack for this must not be missed.
Check out a full ten minutes of the Goblin soundtrack for Buio Omega courtesy of Youtube (while it lasts, you never know when they’re going to take it down, those YouTube folks) and don’t miss the trailer below, either.
By the way, the Goblin soundtrack for Buio Omega is one of the titles for sale in the Turntabling shop.
What is it about Italian cannibal gut-munching movies and their soundtracks? These movies are infamous in their nasty ways–pure gross-out from start to finish that has you either becoming an instant fan, car-crash fascinated, or so revolted that you can’t stand the idea of watching another second.
The Italian jungle cannibal movies are, for some of us, a bizarre artifact of the history of cinema that deserves further study. One reason why? The soundtracks.
What kind of music do you expect from a film titled Make Them Die Slowly? Or Cannibal Holocaust? In today’s filmmaking environment, metal is probably the very first thing that springs to mind–or some kind of abrasive industrial music or crossover industrial metal…you get the idea.
So when you click on the YouTube clips below to hear what Make Them Die Slowly, AKA Cannibal Ferox, has to offer, the inunitiated will not only be shocked and confused, but probably then want to see the movie to experience the full cognitive dissonance that goes with hearing THOSE soundtrack sounds combined with the images reproduced on album covers like the reissue of Cannibal Ferox on One Way Static Records, which is for sale at Turntabling while supplies last. (It should be pointed out that the version linked to here is the very limited edition Uncensored Version with all the squishy brain eating imagery some know and love.)
What you see here is the setup for the Turntabling-curated Sexy and Scary Vinyl art show on the 5th floor of the Bridgeport Art Center (Friday June 20 2014 starting at 6PM). There are a LOT of vinyl records on display for this one-night-only art show, plus film trailers, music and more.
One question that has come up about the show and about Turntabling in general is whether we sell records (yes we do!) and where you can buy those records.
Turntabling.net has a record and CD shop on Discogs.com and our inventory grows weekly–sometimes daily, depending on the finds we make in a never-ending search for the hard to find, the rare, the weird, the unusual, and just plain awesome vinyl records.
While we aren’t selling records at the art show on Friday (the show is all about the images, the album covers and the culture behind these albums and the films associated with many of them) we are happy to discuss the sale of these records and many others like them. Please feel free to drop a line with wish lists and requests for more information to:
We are actively looking for other venues to bring the Sexy and Scary Vinyl art show to–if you want this display in your record store, special event, art space or other venue, do get in touch at the same address.
Turntabling is also branching out to Etsy once more–we have a small, but soon-to-be-growing inventory there that you can explore at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Turntabling.
And finally, Turntabling buys record collections–if you have one to sell, get in touch by email: