Tuesday, July 10, 2018

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (Il Buono, Il Brutto Il Cattivo) Definitive Edition


FLAC (39 tracks)



Worth  a visit
http://letras.terra.com.br/ennio-morricone/1553653/#selecoes/1022399/ (lyrics)



Soundtrack Central said...

Hi, Cucillo,
A premium account with Rapidshare is well worth the investment - I think it's about $10 for a month. I have to have one to maintain the blog.I will be closing this blog down eventually and having a completely lossless blog for Ennio Moricone. It will be by invitation only. People who have contributed and donated to it over the last 2 years will be invited automatically.
Start tapping that 'Donate' button if you want to be included.

PS Here are the older links on a Spreadsheet. You will need Microsoft Office to view them. - http://rapidshare.com/files/407479003/Ennio_Morricone_Links.rar

SteveSatch said...

Rapidshare is kind of s ripoff. I think megaupload lets non premium users download much bigger files. Even better would be to use a torrent site like demonoid. It's free and torrents download much quicker. I'm sure some people don't say thanks. I know I've sent you a couple CDs to use on your site. Rapidshare just isn't as good as other options.

Soundtrack Central said...

Thanks for your message Steve. I take your point. Currently RS can't quite hit the right mix of user-friendly features and a competitive price.
I have no time to re-up 2,000 CD's to any new sites at the moment.

Cheers and good luck.

SteveSatch said...

I have recovered some of my files on my dying computer. You list a complete score and an unused score. What I have listed as the complete score is a 60 track collection that I sent you a few years ago. What I think is the unused score is either a 37 track set that ends with the song "GBU remix" or the 48 track collection that end with the song "On the Trail." I also have an ultimate combined 45 track that ends with "Tuco's Last Rope. Can you verify which ones you have here?

Soundtrack Central said...

Glad to hear that you have recovered your files. I can't quite place where they all came from but I know I spent hours and hours matching the tracks with co-responding scenes. I mixed in the best quality tracks that I had on hand and hoped that that would be enough to satisfy the most ardent freebie down-loader and Morricone purist. Thus far no complaints so I must have done something right for a change.

Cheers and good luck,

Tommy said...

Would a reupload of this amazing music be possible, please?


Just updated - over 200 titles in hi-res audio with covers. If you find any dead links please email me at soundtrack.central@yahoo.com Happ...