Audio CD | Import, Remastered
For the first time on CD, the complete and very much sought after soundtrack written by Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai for the movie 'OK Connery' (aka Operation Kid Brother) directed by Alberto de Martino and starring many actors from the Bond series of films. Originally, only three of these tracks were available on impossible-to-find singles and the mastertapes were thought to be lost. Now, after the discovery of the original tapes in Nicolai's archive, the full soundtrack is issued with remastered sound in a limited edition package that includes a deluxe 8-page picture booklet. Digitmovies. 2004.
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He freels me
He keels me,
He gives me the feeling that maybe it's love.
He tarms me,
When he looks in my eyes and tells me it's love.
He hownts me,
He won'ts me,
He knows how to make a girl fall in love.
I'm still trying to work out what the hell 'He tarms me' means. But then, all the great works leave you with unanswered questions...
The album isn't cheap, but it's a splendidly comprehensive CD, with multiple versions of several cues (including English and Italian versions of that song) that comes a bit close to overkill - but considering how dementedly inane the film the score graces is, that's only to be expected. Fun.