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Ennio Morricone Limited Edition Vinyl New In Stock

The latest vinyl titles up for sale in the Turntabling shop include a BUNCH of awesome limited edition vinyl from Dagored in Italy, featuring none other than Ennio Morricone. Dagored is one of the best labels in existence when it comes to these reissues, and it is very exciting to have a nice pile of their releases back in the shop.

One of the most unusual spaghetti westerns of the period (when they were all the rage) is the one starring Klaus Kinski called Il Grande Silenzio, which just so happens to have one of Morricone’s moodiest soundtracks. SEE THIS MOVIE BEFORE YOU CROAK if you know what’s good for you. It’s the strangest western NOT starring Bob Dylan. Maybe that’s going a bit too far, but just know that you are NOT getting the usual stuff with this one. It’s refreshingly left-of-center. Buy the limited edition vinyl LP soundtrack for Il Grande Silenzio from Turntabling.

This trailer might provide a little tiny hint at what you can expect…

Revolver is major favorite here at Turntabling vinyl central…one listen to this record and you’ll be instantly hooked, and the film is crazy good, too. None other than Oliver Reed gets to chew a LOT of scenery in this one and the ending? Well, wow. This is another of the most fun-to-watch Italian films of the era, and is packed full of twists and turns. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Purchase the Revolver soundtrack vinyl from Turntabling.

True confession time–at the time of this writing nobody here at Turntabling has actually seen The Link, but it certainly has the provocative album cover you’re used to getting from Italian soundtrack reissues, and the presence of Ennio Morricone can only make the viewing experience better, regardless of the actual quality of the film. This one is on our to-watch list, for sure.

Buy the Ennio Morricone soundtrack vinyl for The Link from Turntabling.

And last, we have this lovely and VERY limited edition yellow vinyl edition of Morricone’s soundtrack for Escalation. Scroll below to hear one of the best tracks from this or any other Morricone soundtrack of the era. In the meantime, don’t miss out on this one, another example of a limited edition (500 copies on yellow vinyl) that will be gone soon, soon.

Buy the Ennio Morricone vinyl record soundtrack album for Escalation from Turntabling.

And be sure to check out the amazing, and all-too-short clip below…wow, what sounds! Get your Ennio fuzz guitar on.

New Vinyl LPs at Turntabling

Turntabling has some awesome new additions for sale including a metric TON of Italian soundtracks on vinyl, plus some collections of soundtrack sounds like the Piomobo Rovente LP collection pictured here.

Piomobo Rovente, released on Plastic Records, is crammed full of essential sounds by Francesco de Masi, Pulsar, and Guido E Maurizio De Angelis. This vinyl record has names longtime Italian soundtrack lovers will be pleased with–newcomers to this genre should definitely get to know the composers represented on this record. See below for some YouTube clips from this LP you won’t want to miss.

Piomobo Rovente has cuts from a variety of Italian police thrillers including Napoli Spara, two from La Polizia Incrimina, La Legge Assolve, three from Roma Violenta, quite a few from La Macchina Della Violenza, and one track each from Milano Violenta, Roma A Mano Armata, and La Poliziotta Fa Carriera.

You can buy Piomobo Rovente from Turntabling--first come, first served!

Don’t miss it, it likely won’t be around long. Plastic Records is another one of those Italian labels we like to grab whenever we can find their material. They’re just as awesome as Right Tempo/Easy Tempo, Dagored and Cinevox as far as Turntabling is concerned.

This is just one of the rare, cool, hard-to-find, and just plain awesome records we’ve found while scouring the earth for the right kinds of records. Other recent additions for sale include the awesome reissue of Marshall McLuhan’s The Medium is the Massage LP by Five Day Weekend Records.

Five Day Weekend did us ALL a favor by reissuing this LP in all its dated, 60s glory. Make no mistake, “dated” in this context is TOTALLY awesome. There’s nothing like some of these crazy 60s-era sonic experiments, and I highly recommend picking this up if you’re a fan of stuff like the Modcinema.com DVDs Colorspace Volume One, Colorshopping, etc.

Released in 1968, you can get a fascinating look at what media theorists and manipulators were thinking about mass media way back then. Compare it to today’s musings about social media, Google, and other issues and you’ll draw some very interesting parallels.

This was quite a rarity in its original form–it did make it to CD but the real way to experience this is on that turntable rotating at 33 1/3 per minute. You can buy The Medium Is the Massage by Marshall McLuhan on a first-come, first served basis at Turntabling. When it’s gone…

Also just in, the Ennio Morricone soundtrack LP for Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) issued on Dagored, plus a CD copy of the Nico Fidenco soundtrack for Blue Jeans.

Turntabling has gotten a fair amount of CDs in stock over the last few weeks–are you interested in Italian soundtrack music on CD? Eurohorror? Crime and thriller soundtrack sounds? If so, you’ll want to check out the compilation CD Roma Violenta (La Cinevox Si Incazza) or Tecnica Di Un Omicidio / Quella Carogna Dell’Ispettore Sterling (Colonne Sonore Originali / Edizione Speciale) by Robby Poitevin.

There’s more–SO much more–at the Turntabling Discogs shop on vinyl and on compact discs.

Have a look and don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions. We’re happy to help! Also, don’t forget that Turntabling buys record collections–if you want to sell us yours, get in touch with us via e-mail: jwallace242 at gmail. We buy soundtracks, horror film-related vinyl, electronic music, goth and industrial sounds, post-punk and punk. We DO NOT BUY show tunes, Broadway, classical, hip hop made after 1992, 80s and 90s metal or country.

We will travel to review collections under the right circumstances–we DO buy ENTIRE COLLECTIONS when warranted, but we are also willing to make smaller offers on portions of a collection if you prefer.

Get in touch to learn more about our buying policies and current needs and thank you very much for your interest.

–Joe Wallace


My Delicious Spaghetti Western Vinyl Record

Now here’s an obscurity–in 1998, Dagored in association with another Italian company called Abraxis (not sure of the exact connection here but both names appear on the record) released this awesome collection of music from a number of obscure spaghetti westerns including more a couple of Sartana films, one called Buckaroo, and Il Segno del Coyote.

Some complain that Ennio Morricone has no representation on this compilation record, but for SOME of us, that’s actually the selling point of the album–you can find Morricone all day, every day in every record store in the land; what you can’t get so readily are the sounds of Francesco De Masi, Bruno Nicolai, Lallo Gori and others on this album.

If you love spaghetti westerns and can’t get enough of those soundtrack sounds, this album is a treat. Bruno Nicolai, for the uninitiated, sounds a lot like Morricone–and with good reason. He was Morricone’s conductor, so there’s a natural progression and influence in style and tone. If you love Morricone, watch out, Bruno Nicolai will soon become a new source of financial strain as you try to collect all HIS great work as well.

New spaghetti western junkies will also come to love and respect De Masi and the other great names featured here.

To whet your appetite, check out the vid clip at the end of this post for one of the better tracks off this awesome compilation courtesy of a fellow Italian movie obsessive on YouTube! This is one of the Bruno Nicolai tracks from Have A Good Funeral, My Friend…Sartana Will Pay which is represented on My Delicious Spaghetti Western.

Turntabling has one copy of My Delicious Spaghetti Western for sale, first-come, first-served. This is an import 180 gram vinyl record in Very Good+ condition. The vinyl has some surface marks that do not affect playback.

Buy the My Delicious Spaghetti Western import vinyl LP from Turntabling for $24.00 plus shipping. This album ships overseas, and shipping may be extra depending on the destination. We will bill you for any excess postage required or refund any excess you may have paid. Turntabling does not inflate shipping charges to make a quick buck!

Game of Death Soundtrack LP by John Barry

The Game of Death soundtrack by John Barry is just plain awesome. John Barry is a Turntabling favorite thanks to a Morricone-esque sensibility when it comes to blending symphonic instruments with a more mod 60s/70s groove. Barry had a hand in some of the best-known soundtracks of the day, including Bond films, that goofy 70s remake of King Kong, The Deep, Walkabout, and the Bruce Lee martial arts classic The Game of Death.

Dagored did an amazing job with this release, from the super-tasty 180-gram vinyl pressing to the gatefold sleeve art. This is a collector-friendly album for those reasons alone, but the sounds on this OST are awfully sweet. If you can’t get enough of those 70s soundtrack sounds, this is a must-own.

Turntabling offers a single copy of The Game of Death–a shrink-wrapped, still-sealed vinyl record. Buy it now from Turntabling for $30 plus shipping. The Game of Death ships internationally, and while we’ve calculated the shipping costs, they are based on weight and destination and may require additional postage–we’ll invoice you for any excess needed, and refund where necessary.

Buy The Game of Death by John Barry
and don’t forget to check out the trailer below to see some Bruce Lee kung fu action.