Various: Spaghetti Western Encyclopedia Vol. 3, CD
Various: Spaghetti Western Encyclopedia Vol. 3, CD
€39.90
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Various
Spaghetti Western Encyclopedia Vol. 3
  • CD
  • Japan
Japanese compilation with obi-strip
  • Seven Seas
  • (KICP 435)
  • 23 Tracks
  • EAN 4988003165154
  • EX- / EX
  • used
  • light marks on CD, wear on obi-strip

tracks

1

二匹の流れ星(二匹の流れ星) = Basta Cosi (from 10.000 Dollari Per Un Massacro)

Composed by
  • Nora Orlandi
3:21
2

マヌエル(二匹の流れ星) = Manuel (from 10.000 Dollari Per Un Massacro)

Composed by
  • Nora Orlandi
2:39
3

荒野の一つ星(荒野の一つ星) = When You Are Wanted (from Wanted)

Composed by
  • Gianni Ferrio
2:11
4

生きるか死ぬか = Vivo O Morto (from Wanted)

Composed by
  • Gianni Ferrio
2:51
5

ガンファイター = Il Grande Duello

Composed by
  • Luis Bacalov
3:28
6

地獄の幌馬車 = Chaleco (from All'ultimo Sangue)

Composed by
  • Nico Fidenco
3:16
7

真昼の一匹狼(真昼の一匹狼) = I Must Go (from Uccidi O Muori)

Composed by
  • Carlo Rustichelli
2:12
8

殺るか殺られるか(真昼の一匹狼) = Uccidi O Muori

Composed by
  • Carlo Rustichelli
1:52
9

ジョニー・ハムレット(ジョニー・ハムレット) = Find A Man (from Quella Sporca Storia Nel West)

Composed by
  • Francesco De Masi
2:29
10

イン・メモリア(ジョニー・ハムレット) = In Memoria... (from Quella Sporca Storia Nel West)

Composed by
  • Francesco De Masi
3:47
11

黄金無頼 = Professionisti Per Un Massacro

Composed by
  • Carlo Pes
2:53
12

復讐の用心棒 = Dal Sud Verra Qualcuno (from Il Mio Nome E Pecos)

Composed by
  • Lallo Gori
2:56
13

続・復讐のガンマン(続・復讐のガンマン) = Espanto En El Corazon (from Corri Uomo Corri)

Composed by
  • Bruno Nicolai
3:07
14

決闘のテーマ(続・復讐のガンマン) = Duello (from Corri Uomo Corri)

Composed by
  • Bruno Nicolai
2:13
15

虹に立つガンマン = Titoli di Testa Tema di Stark (from Rainbow, Spara Gringo Spara)

Composed by
  • Santa Maria Romitelli
3:26
16

裏切りの荒野(裏切りの荒野) = Sul Fiume (from L'uomo, L'orgoglio, la Vendetta)

Composed by
  • Carlo Rustichelli
3:41
17

ファンダンゴ(裏切りの荒野) = Fandango (from L'uomo, L'orgoglio, la Vendetta)

Composed by
  • Carlo Rustichelli
2:16
18

七人の特命隊(七人の特命隊) = Come Mai (from Ammazzali Tutti E Torna Solo)

Composed by
  • Francesco De Masi
2:08
19

ゴールド・アゲイン(七人の特命隊) = Gold Again (from Ammazzali Tutti E Torna Solo)

Composed by
  • Francesco De Masi
3:04
20

怒りの用心棒 = Il Prezzo Del Potere

Composed by
  • Luis Bacalov
3:33
21

復讐無頼・狼たちの荒野(復讐無頼・狼たちの荒野) = Viva la Revolucion (from Tepepa)

Composed by
  • Ennio Morricone
4:22
22

憧れのメキシコ(復讐無頼・狼たちの荒野) = Al Messico Che Vorrei (from Tepepa)

Composed by
  • Ennio Morricone
4:52
23

夕陽のギャングたち = Giu la Testa

Composed by
  • Ennio Morricone
4:18

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