Hugh Montenegro – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly …(1968)

Busy week here in Flabberland but I figured I would stop by and leave you all a small treat, at least. Although Ennio Morricone wrote the theme for Sergio Leone’s “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” and did the original soundtrack, Hugh Montenegro (and his Orchestra, of course) scored a hit record by recording a bunch of compositions from all three of the “Man Without a Name” films. Montenegro had also done other well-known scoring for film and television such as the groovy theme from spy-thriller The Man From U.N.C.L.E., and in a few years hence would begin producing albums of electronic music using that newfangled creation, the Moog. (thanks to lightningclap for setting me straight about all this..)

This CD is a collection of titles those three Leone films, “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly,” “Fistful of Dollars, and “For a Few Dollars More.”

Hugh Montenegro – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly …(1968)in 320kbs em pee three

Hugh Montenegro – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (1968) in FLAC LOSSLESS AUDIO

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  1. Flabbergast, acho que todos pensavamos a mesma coisa 🙂 Que confusão compreensível !!!! O Bom, O Mau, e o vilão só tem 45 aninhos …velhinho…velhinho mas um "clássico" para sempre. Talvez não tenho Certeza o WESTERN mais aclamado de todos os tempos, mesmo que nunca tenham ouvido falar devem conhecer por causa da banda sonora encaixa-se perfeitamente para o ambiente do filme , é para mim um dos mais bem conseguidos para esse efeito, onde a música se relaciona com perfeição!!! Viva Hugh Montenegro. E mais uma vez Parabéns 🙂

  2. I love Ennio. A good place to hear his work on the Italian westerns would be, I Western [1980 RCA] or The Legendary Italian Westerns [1990 RCA]. Both are good. The Legendary Italian Westerns is the more extended version of I Western.

  3. Morricone DID do the soundtrack. This lp was a radio "hit" version at the time.

  4. thanks lightningclap! I have egg on my face. But I'm glad I finally know what the deal is and that, indeed, I wasn't crazy all those years. And also, I like eggs.

  5. Hi Flabbergast. I want to bring up a very important point about your post here. I was born in 1958. So I was ten years old when this magnificent example of "World Pop" broke through. "The Good, The Bad & the Ugly" theme is a composition by a composer all way over in Italy & yet, it has just as much of an impact as a pop song as the Beatles. My point here is that it good solid songwriting which crosses all boundaries, not style. Thanks for posting this LP.

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