Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi – Rome (2011)


It’s nice when dreams come true, and even better when the person has dreamed big. Superproducer Danger Mouse has for years been talking privately about a project inspired by 1960s-70s Italian film scores, and he didn’t cut corners: He and co-composer Daniele Luppi booked a studio in Rome co-founded by Ennio Morricone, and reconvened the soundtrack guru’s key musicians. Rome opens on the tumbleweedy voice of 76-year-old Edda Dell’Orso, who sang the haunting operatic vowels around Clint Eastwood in 1966’s The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.It’s a 15-track score to a film that exists only in your head…rollingstone

Danger Mouse Daniele Luppi Norah Jones

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