First off, I’d like to apologize about not putting up a piece yesterday. Let me just flatter myself by pretending you’re wondering where I was yesterday. It’ll be my silent victory.
However, we’re in the second day of the week now so I suppose I need to put up another release after this to make up for my absence. I’ll go ahead and call Ennio Morricone the best film composer to ever exist. He’s got so many scores out there, that you can probably find one to fit your taste easily. The weaknesses I’ve encountered with other soundtracks is that there’s something missing when listened to alone – which is obviously the film. However, Morricone’s soundtracks appear to be able to stand on their own. Just like the cover to Veruschka, this soundtrackÂ is a subtly psychedelic and surreal trip through that nondescript damp-looking forest. “What’s with the yellow and black body paint?,” you might ask. I have no idea, just go with it. Check out the soundtrack below via the Spotify player and see what you think of it. Cheers!
Ennio Morriconeâ€™s famous soundtrack composed for the 1971 Franco Rubartelli documentary â€śVeruschka, Poesia di una Donnaâ€ť about the legendary VERUSCHKA the worldâ€™s first supermodel, a real 60â€™s/70â€™s icon, who appeared in several cult movies including Blow Up, Salome and Coleur Chai.
In the Rubartelli movie we follow the beautiful model in a shockingly surreal journey through the rural countryside of Italy on a downward spiral of self-discovery that leads her through so many whacked out head trips; heavily dark and sad with some of the most stunning psychedelic eye candy you can find from the freak out era of filmmaking perfectly tuned with one of Ennio Morriconeâ€™s best scores.
A true one of a kind of experience!
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