Ennio Morricone (Colv) (Ltd) (Ofgv) (Wht) (Ita) - Il Gatto - O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (Ofgv) (Wht) (Ita) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Il Gatto 3:05
2. L'attico Illuminato 1:56
3. Gli Scatenati 3:37
4. Terrazza 2:57
5. Mariangela E la Seduzione 2:57
6. Ofelia E Il Prete 1:00
7. Samba in Tribunale 2:42
8. Indagine Di Amedeo 1:41
9. Rag Del Commissario 0:57
10. Quartetto Tiberini 5:01
11. Terzo Piano, Interno Due 3:27
12. L'assegno 1:40
13. Le Polpette Avvelenate 0:39
14. Mariangela E la Seduzione (Alternate Version) * 2:57
15. Il Gatto (Alternate Version) * 3:13

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"Il Gatto" (The Cat) is a 1977 film, a comedy often tinged with detective story elements that tells about two brothers, played by Ugo Tognazzi (Amedeo Pegoraro) and Mariangela Melato (Ofelia Pegoraro), who cynically do everything they can to get a building they own cleared of all it's tenants in order to sell it for a profitable sum. The soundtrack of this film, directed by Luigi Comencini and produced by Sergio Leone, was entrusted to Maestro Ennio Morricone, who produced a decidedly varied score in which the addictive funk-rock of "Gli Scatenati", worthy of the best Italian-style detective stories, stands out among other tracks. The main theme is initially reminiscent of the unforgettable "Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto", but without the dramatic charge of Elio Petri's masterpiece and, like most of the other tracks, it thrives on folkloristic and popular atmospheres.