Giallo Themes
Ennio Morricone Light in the Attic Records

Giallo Themes

Track List

  1. Infinite Stress / Stress Infinito From “spasmo”
  2. First Nebulosa / Nebulosa Prima From “the Secret” / “il Segreto”
  3. 1970 From “the Cat O' Nine Tails” / “il Gatto a Nove Code”
  4. Raccapriccio From “what Have You Done to Solange?” / “cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?”
  5. Seguita From “cold Eyes of Fear” / “gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura”
  6. Lemon Ostination / Ostinazione Al Limone From “what Have You Done to Solange?” / “cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?”
  7. Glass Dolls / Bambole Di Vetro From “short Night of Glass Dolls” / “la Corta Notte Delle Bambole Di Vetro”
  8. Sospensione Folle From “without a Motive” / “senza Movente”
  9. The Snake / Il Serpente From “night Flight From Moscow (the Serpent)” / “il Serpente”
  10. Infinite Stress / Stress Infinito (#4) From “spasmo”
  11. Solange's End / Fine Di Solange From “what Have You Done to Solange?” / “cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?”
  12. Evanescences / Evanescente From “cold Eyes of Fear” / “gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura”
  13. M33 / Emmetrentatre From “short Night of Glass Dolls” / “la Corta Notte Delle Bambole Di Vetro”
  14. Night Walk / Passeggiata Notturna From “the Cat O' Nine Tails” / “il Gatto a Nove Code”
  15. In the Middle of the Chest / in Pieno Petto From “without a Motive” / “senza Movente”
  16. In the Void / Nel Vuoto From “forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion” / “le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Perbene”

Format

12"

Release date

September 2020

Publisher

Light in the Attic Records
Giallo, meaning ‘yellow’, is the Italian term for crime fiction, it was named after the bright yellow colors of early pulp fiction paperbacks. Film audiences adopted it as the name for a peculiarly Italian sub-genre of thriller cinema that had its heyday in the 1970’s – just as the Spaghetti Western movement was waning. The Giallo can be difficult to define, but essentially it is an Italian crime film that draws from a pool of common themes: stylized murders, amateur sleuths, sleazy glamour, psychological crimes, enigmatic titles and all these themes are underpinned by creepily atmospheric Ennio Morricone music scores.