Wow, great stuff all around! I especially liked the Commissario Pepe. In impusle I tweeted Luca from Digitmovies if they would consider releasing it - his answer: "I hope in the future :-). If you would like to send us requests please use our collector service at http://bit.ly/LxdJFY Bye". Sure, this can be anything but for a start hope isn't bad.
Despite enjoying Trovajoli very much, my collection is pitiful.
Who amongst the experienced can muster a top 5 AT works?
I haven't done any internal inventory on my Trovajoli soundtracks yet, but I think I own one dozen (11 CDs & 1 LP).
A top 5 on A.T. will also be difficult for me to conjur because, even though I've collected some of his albums over a period of 16 years, most of them haven't been listened to for long whiles. Only recently has my interest in Trovajoli been rekindled (prompted by Digitmovies issuing SEDDOK & LYCANTHROPUS). Armando's MACISTE sounds very engrossing to me based upon the SAE samples, but it will probably be a few months before I get that one.
So ... here's my top 4 (one-third of my Trovajolis):
ERCOLE AL CENTRO DELLA TERRA
SEDDOK / LYCANTHROPUS
IL FORNARETTO DI VENEZIA (1963)
MYSTèRE (1983) (coupled by Saimel with DOTTOR JEKYLL E GENTILE SIGNORA)
Sometimes it seems I have tastes at the opposite range of some other members here, but here it is:
Dramma della gelosia (1970) La famiglia benvenuti (1968) Sette volte sette (1968) L'arcidiavolo (1966) Il vinchingo venuto dal sud (1971)
Also Il gaucho (1964), Il commissario pepe (1969)
There are no Trovajoli albums that I do not like, but I am no big fan of: La banco di monate (1975), La più bella serata della mia vita (1972), L'urlo dei giganti (1969) and Il Fornaretto di Venezia (1963)