Carlo Savina: I Due Kennedy / La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella, CD
Carlo Savina: I Due Kennedy / La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella, CD
€17.90
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Carlo Savina
I Due Kennedy / La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella

  • CD
  • Spain
  • Saimel Ediciones, S.L.
  • (3998642)
  • 32 Tracks
  • EAN 8427328884310
  • EX- / EX
  • used
  • some surface marks on CD

tracks

I Due Kennedy - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

1

I Due Kennedy

2:18
2

Blues Di Un'America Infranta

2:19
3

La Casa Bianca

0:48
4

Il Tragico Passato

1:12
5

Sgomento

1:00
6

Resterò Senza Te

1:04
7

Memento Blues

1:47
8

L'Ultimo West

0:54

Bonus Tracks

9

I Due Kennedy (Fanfara per Un Presidente)

1:06
10

Cronaca Di Guerra

1:17
11

Restero' Senza Te (Nostalgia Di Un Amore)

2:37
12

I Due Kennedy (Storia Americana)

1:21
13

I Due Kennedy (Vecchio Blues)

1:09
14

Memento Blues (Sobborghi)

1:17
15

Restero' Senza Te (Attimi Di Dolcezza)

1:12
16

I Due Kennedy (Piani Di Guerra)

1:47
17

La Casa Bianca (Decisioni)

1:18
18

Il Tragico Passato (Tensione)

1:29
19

La Casa Bianca (Ua Famiglia Al Potere)

1:09
20

I Due Kennedy (Suite Finale)

3:32

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

21

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Bossa Nova Al Sole - Vocal)

2:13
22

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Momento Sexy)

3:16
23

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Misterioso Arabesco)

3:02
24

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Al Night Club)

1:50
25

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Tensione Buffa)

2:44
26

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (La Festa)

4:51
27

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Attimo D'Amore)

1:41
28

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Danza Scozzese)

1:32
29

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Tango Popolare)

2:20
30

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Misterioso Arabesco 2)

2:55
31

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Burlesco)

1:13
32

La Donna Degli Altri E' Sempre Piu' Bella (Bossa Nova Al Sole - Instr.)

2:14

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