Have received and listened to MACISTE L'UOMO PIU FORTE DEL MONDO a number of times it all sounds very good I'm still getting to know it maybe it is missing that one ingredient that is hard to put your finger on that brings the whole thing to life.
Many of the tracks do not seem too different in style to what Savina might have also been doing at the time.
Would highly recommend this wonderful score; Brutti, Sporchi E Cattivi. Score kicks off with a really fantastic and uplifting theme song and then continues in a more introverted lyrical mode . Score is from a film by the great Ettore Scola who unfortunately passed away in January of this year. Armando Trovajoli scored all of his 30 films making this part of wonderful working partnership. This is a wonderful listen all the way through. Enjoy!
Yeah, I like Pianeti; it's rather different than his other genre scores which come from the same time period. Basically, keyboards, percussion and early electronics. This one sounds as if Gino Marinuzzi Jr wrote music for the BBC's first season of DOCTOR WHO ('63/'64). Amazing how Italians such as Trovajoli & Marinuzzi Jr could be very contemporaneous with what Tristram Cary was achieving with the Radiophonic workshop.