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Awesome Italian Soundtrack Vinyl: Morricone, Riz Ortolani, Goblin, Bruno Nicolai

Eyeball italian horror soundtrack vinyl

It really doesn’t get any more awesome, album cover-wise, than the Bruno Nicolai soundtrack for Eyeball. Turntabling has copies of this one for sale while supplies last, but that’s not all from Italy. Have you heard the Torso soundtrack by Guido and Maurizio De Angelis? Another great album cover, too.

Sergio Martino Torso soundtrack vinyl

Ennio Morricone titles have been coming out fast and furious lately, and the album artwork for those is just as excellent as the sounds themselves. Some people are buying these reissues just for the covers, and who can blame them? Morricone’s soundtrack for The Humanoid, for example:

Morricone Humanoid

And let’s not forget what Goblin brings to the table-those synth textures blended with a prog mentality equals some seriously unique soundtrack vinyl sounds. The Buio Omega soundtrack is an all-time favorite around here:

Goblin Buio Omega Vinyl Soundtrack RecordAnd Riz Ortolani did work on Lucio Fulci’s Don’t Torture A Duckling. Can you afford to live without this one? Any fan of giallo films or Fulci in general would do well to at least give this one it’s day in court.

Riz Ortolani Don't Torture A Duckling vinyl soundtrack

All these and MUCH MORE are available for sale, while supplies last, in the Turntabling shop.

Deep Red (Profondo Rosso) Trailer




Why are some of us vinyl collectors so hung up on giallo soundtracks, Italian horror, and Italian cinema in general? The Ennio Morricone connection aside, there is some kind of weird perfect storm that happens when you get the music, the trailes, and the movies together. A look at the Deep Red trailer is proof of that. Deep Red, aka Profondo Rosso, was directed by Dario Argento at the height of his talent and cinematic clout. Starring David Hemmings and Dario Nicolodi, this is a GREAT entry into the world of giallo. If you haven’t seen it, the trailer might just push you over the edge.

Goblin’s score for this goes all over the place, from edgy prog to moody atmospheres, and it’s fairly unique among their output if you’re thinking of soundtracks like Dawn Of The Dead and Tenebre. This was a project Goblin stepped into after Giorgio Gaslini and Argento parted ways during the film. Gaslini gets a credit on the soundtrack, but Goblin is front and center.

P.S. if you let this video play and move on to the next ones, there are a TON of great Italian horror and horror-related trailers there…loads of classics!

Goblin Soundtracks: Amo Non Amo

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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:


Goblin Buio Omega 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.



Coming Soon To Turntabling: Goblin, Morricone, Keith Emerson Vinyl Records

Feast your eyes on a nice collection of Giallo-related vinyl headed for the Turntabling inventory very soon–we have the following records due in next week, and many more besides. Goblin vinyl has been especially sought after for some time, but now more than ever with the band touring, people are clamoring for the Suspiria soundtrack, Tenebre, Keith Emerson’s work on Dario Argento’s Inferno and much more. Get a load of this awesome vinyl coming in next week!

These titles are available while supplies last and for a limited time only, so if you’re interested in pre-ordering, drop me a line: orders@turntabling.net. When they’re gone, they’re GONE!

In the meantime, check out what’s already for sale in the Turntabling shop at Discogs.com.

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Turntabling.net Curates Vinyl Art Show At Bridgeport Art Center In Chicago

StudioLab, my art space located on the 5th floor of the Bridgeport Art Center, is host to the first-ever Turntabling vinyl record art show and exhibit, Sexy And Scary Vinyl.

This show features a LOT of vinyl records, album cover art work, exploitation movie trailers, and soundtrack music by Ennio Morricone, Riz Ortolani, John Carpenter, Goblin, Stelvio Cipriani, Mike Patton, Isaac Hayes, Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra, Piero Umiliani, and SOOOOO many others. Details below, but SAVE THE DATE! It’s Friday June 20th 2014, 6PM til late at 1200 W. 35th on the 5th floor of the Bridgeport Art Center in Chicago.

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–Joe Wallace

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

 

Goblin Vinyl For Sale

Among the recent arrivals at Turntabling is this fabulous Goblin LP, Il Fantastico Viaggio Del “Bagarozzo” Mark. It’s a new copy and features a gatefold sleeve and the awesome 180 gram heavy vinyl you know and love. You can buy this from Turntabling on a first-come, first served basis–I’ve got one copy and when it’s gone, it’s gone! You can buy it now from Turntabling via Discogs.

Want to hear some of this? Here’s a sample posted on YouTube…and while we’re on the subject, know that this is the Morante, Simonetti, Pignatelli, and Marangolo lineup of the band. Outstanding.

 



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New Vinyl Arrivals at Turntabling

Italian soundtrack vinyl records for sale Morricone Bruno Nicolai Spaghetti Westerns

Turntabling has LOTS of new vinyl for sale. I’m experimenting with a new way to offer the vinyl for sale–you can send me an email to turntabling23@gmail.com and get a list of new arrivals, prices and grades for the vinyl AND send orders to the same address. Just be sure to send your Paypal address and a good physical address to mail LPs to!

These rare, cool, and hard-to-find LPs are offered on a first-come, first served basis. When they’re gone, they’re gone! Get them while you can, these are rare and harder to find by the day. I highly recommend ALL of these titles. Quite excellent, one and all.

JUST ARRIVED:

Italian Girls Like Ear Catching Melodies (Various artists) Dagored NM- in shrink $38

Revolver soundtrack Ennio Morricone (Dagored) Sealed $45

La Ragazza Dalla Pelle di Luna (The Girl With The Skin of the Moon) soundtrack Piero Umiliani (Easy Tempo) $45

Agente Speciale LK (Lucky The Inscrutible) Jess Franco soundtrack (Dagored) Bruno Nicolai Sealed $45

La Donna Invisible soundtrack Ennio Morricone (Dagored) Sealed Italian import $40

Cat O’ Nine Tails soundtrack (Il Gatto a Nove Code) Ennio Morricone (Dagored) Sealed $38–cover is VG++. A bit of bowing from what looks like pressure from the shrink wrap?

Le Foto Prohibite Di Una Signora Per Bene (Forbidden Photos of a Woman Above Suspicion) soundtrack Ennio Morricone (Dagored) in Shrink Mint $40

My Delicious Spaghetti Western soundtrack Various Artists (Dagored) Mint minus $40

Other rare and wonderful things:

Mondo Candido Sountrack Riz Ortolani (Dagored) Sealed Vinyl LP $40

Il Dio Sotto La Pelle Soundtrack Piero Piccioni (Dagored) Sealed unplayed 2LP $40

Shogun Assassin (Wonderland Philharmonic Edition) New vinyl unplayed $30

Throbbing Gristle Second Annual Report Reissue NEW LP $39.00 Brand new, unplayed.

Throbbing Gristle Heathen Earth Reissue Brand new and unplayed $39.00

North By Northwest Original Soundtrack Bernard Herrmann ( Volume One Soundtrack Series Starlog/Varese Sarabande) Very Good Plus $26.00

From Beyond Soundtrack Richard Band (Enigma Records) Sealed $35.00

Deep Throat Part II Soundtrack (Light In The Attic) Sealed $40

These are just a small sampling of the rare, hard-to-get and just plain awesome vinyl records for sale via Turntabling.net. I add new titles quite frequently. You can also keep up with my latest vinyl finds on Instagram. Send your Paypal address, mailing addy and any special instructions to turntabling23@gmail.com. Sorry, I only accept Paypal for orders from Turntabling. Thanks for your interest and VIVA VINYL!

I also have HUNDREDS more titles for sale on Discogs at:

http://www.discogs.com/seller/Turntabling

and on Etsy at:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/turntabling
–Joe Wallace

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Goblin Soundtrack CDs

Goblin are gearing up for a small U.S. tour, and the lucky ones who got tickets to see these shows are likely going back through their collections to see what’s missing from their Goblin section. There are plenty of fairly lustworthy titles by the Italian prog/funk outfit, including a number of Goblin titles which Turntabling has for sale at Discogs.com.

Goblin and various ex-members have all contributed to a variety of soundtracks–not just the horror films they made their names on. More than a few Italian action movies and one sci-fi horror hybrid has some Goblin on it.

And then there’s the horror sounds themselves, including the INFAMOUS Buio Omega, which you could call a kitchen sink horror movie featuring grave robbing, a bit of necrophilia perhaps, typical slasher movie conventions, even some psychological thriller stuff tossed in for good measure.

Turntabling is constantly on the lookout for more Goblin titles, so if you find any or have some you want to sell, do get in touch.

You can see all the Goblin titles Turntabling has in stock at the time this writing, but Goblin tends to sell out fast–when theses CDs are gone, they’re gone. First come, first served!!