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"Come imparai ad amare le donne" (How I learned to love women) is a 1966 romantic comedy directed by Luciano Salce; the cast includes internationally renowned actors such as Anita Ekberg, Michèle Mercier and Robert Hoffman, as well as a very young Romina Power who was only 14 years old at the time. The beginning of the artistic collaboration between Ennio Morricone and Salce dates back to 1961, with one of the Maestro's very first soundtracks, "Il federale" (The Fascist); the partnership then continued with "La voglia matta" (Crazy Desire), "La cuccagna" (A Girl... and a Million), "Le monachine" (The Little Nuns), "Slalom", "El Greco" and, finally, "Come imparai ad amare le donne". For this film, Ennio Morricone composed a soundtrack that is a true hymn to love, with an elegant and refined atmosphere led by the beat ballad "Pioggia sul tuo viso" performed by the English group The Sorrows, and by various romantic themes such as "La diva", "La donna gattina" and "La donna romantica" that alternate with classical compositions such as "Alta moda" and "Alla corte di Luigi XVI". The love theme returns in a danceable version in the opening credits. Originally released in 1966 and reissued in 1985, this soundtrack is finally reissued on clear green vinyl LP with a new artwork and a 30x30cm insert. In addition, four tracks are here released on vinyl for the first time. Liner notes and audio remastered by Claudio Fuiano. A Record Store Day 2024 exclusive!
"Come imparai ad amare le donne" (How I learned to love women) is a 1966 romantic comedy directed by Luciano Salce; the cast includes internationally renowned actors such as Anita Ekberg, Michèle Mercier and Robert Hoffman, as well as a very young Romina Power who was only 14 years old at the time. The beginning of the artistic collaboration between Ennio Morricone and Salce dates back to 1961, with one of the Maestro's very first soundtracks, "Il federale" (The Fascist); the partnership then continued with "La voglia matta" (Crazy Desire), "La cuccagna" (A Girl... and a Million), "Le monachine" (The Little Nuns), "Slalom", "El Greco" and, finally, "Come imparai ad amare le donne". For this film, Ennio Morricone composed a soundtrack that is a true hymn to love, with an elegant and refined atmosphere led by the beat ballad "Pioggia sul tuo viso" performed by the English group The Sorrows, and by various romantic themes such as "La diva", "La donna gattina" and "La donna romantica" that alternate with classical compositions such as "Alta moda" and "Alla corte di Luigi XVI". The love theme returns in a danceable version in the opening credits. Originally released in 1966 and reissued in 1985, this soundtrack is finally reissued on clear green vinyl LP with a new artwork and a 30x30cm insert. In addition, four tracks are here released on vinyl for the first time. Liner notes and audio remastered by Claudio Fuiano. A Record Store Day 2024 exclusive!
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Ennio Morricone  (Colv) (Cvnl) (Grn) (Iex) - Come Imparai Ad Amare Le Donne [Indie Exclusive] O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: VINYL MAGIC
Rel. Date: 04/20/2024
UPC: 8016158025347

Come Imparai Ad Amare Le Donne [Indie Exclusive] O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Ennio Morricone (Colv) (Cvnl) (Grn) (Iex)
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order $40.98
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DISC: 1

1. Pioggia sul tuo viso
2. La diva
3. La donna gattina
4. La donna romantica
5. Pizzicato
6. Pioggia sul tuo viso (#2)
7. La duchessa
8. Pioggia sul tuo viso (#3 - Titoli di testa)
9. Alta moda
10. Alla corte di Re Luigi XVI
11. Pioggia sul tuo viso (#4)
12. Pizzicato (#2)
13. Pioggia sul tuo viso (#5 - Finale)

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"Come imparai ad amare le donne" (How I learned to love women) is a 1966 romantic comedy directed by Luciano Salce; the cast includes internationally renowned actors such as Anita Ekberg, Michèle Mercier and Robert Hoffman, as well as a very young Romina Power who was only 14 years old at the time. The beginning of the artistic collaboration between Ennio Morricone and Salce dates back to 1961, with one of the Maestro's very first soundtracks, "Il federale" (The Fascist); the partnership then continued with "La voglia matta" (Crazy Desire), "La cuccagna" (A Girl... and a Million), "Le monachine" (The Little Nuns), "Slalom", "El Greco" and, finally, "Come imparai ad amare le donne". For this film, Ennio Morricone composed a soundtrack that is a true hymn to love, with an elegant and refined atmosphere led by the beat ballad "Pioggia sul tuo viso" performed by the English group The Sorrows, and by various romantic themes such as "La diva", "La donna gattina" and "La donna romantica" that alternate with classical compositions such as "Alta moda" and "Alla corte di Luigi XVI". The love theme returns in a danceable version in the opening credits. Originally released in 1966 and reissued in 1985, this soundtrack is finally reissued on clear green vinyl LP with a new artwork and a 30x30cm insert. In addition, four tracks are here released on vinyl for the first time. Liner notes and audio remastered by Claudio Fuiano. A Record Store Day 2024 exclusive!
        
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