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Orgasmo Sonore – Revisiting Obscure Film Music
March 8, 2013, 10:58 am
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“I often return to the work of the 1960′s and 1970′s era film composers. Without a doubt, the output from that period is far more than just background for film. It was a real golden age of music. It’s not a surprise Quentin Tarentino always picks from that era to add a sense of larger than life to his films. To me, the Italians were in a league of their own. They were amazingly prolific and boldly original. It’s hard to believe that the bass line opening of Ennio Morricone’s “Mystic and Severe” is from 1967.. This was a time when even the lowest grade productions were calling a professional composer to score their film. It was not uncommon for very obscure films to often give birth to the best film music. This just goes to show how much respect these filmmakers had for the art”.

Frank Rideau (aka Orgasmo Sonore)

Two LP volumes out on Cineploit

Orgasmo Sonore on Soundcloud

Interview at The Active Listener

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