A Town Called Hell:
A Town Called Bastard (undefined)
A Town Called Hell (West Germany) (video box title)
Eine Stadt nimmt Rache (West Germany)
Kein Requiem für San Bastardo (West Germany)
Les aventuriers de l'ouest sauvage (France) (DVD title)
Les brutes dans la ville (France)
Una città chiamata bastarda (Italy)
Una ciudad llamada Bastarda (Spain)
Die Verfluchten der Pampas (West Germany)
Pampa salvaje (Spain)
El Cjorro (Italy)
La pampa sauvage (France)
Limited edition of 1000 copies.
The second volume that SINGULAR SOUNDTRACK dedicates to the unmissable argentinian composer Waldo de los Ríos is focused in two of his sondtracks for westerns, to which he gave his unique style, away both from the genuine american sound and the italian stilistical rupture that Ennio Morricone and other italian composers brought into the genre. Based on the folklore of his country, in orchestrations based in symphonical and in the lattest modern tendencies of Centrl Europe, Waldo de los Ríos ideas for the western can only be described as surprising.
A TOWN CALLED HELL, co-production between Spain-USA (1971) directed by Robert Parrish and with an outstanding cast starring Telly Savallas, Robert Shaw, Martin Landau, Stella Stevens, Michael Craig and Al Lettieri. Never released before, its masters were found in the private archives of the composer and remixed and remastered from the original 1/4 tapes.
SAVAGE PAMPAS, western produced in 1966 by Samuel Bronston in Spain and directed by the argentinian Hugo Fregonese, it was starred by Rod Taylor, and told the strange event of the battle between the american confederates against the indian and bandits in the distant Argentinian Pampa. It gave Waldo de los Ríos the chance to research and experiment with the origins of the "música criolla" and the folklore of Agentina, composing a great symphonic score with choral pieces and a special percussion section with strange instruments created by himself.
The score had 63 tracks, but they had a poor sound, and were partly shortened. Fortunately, the composer prepared a brilliant album with 6 suites from the original recording, 47 minutes of music released on Hispavox only in Spain and Argentina.
Remixed in spectacular stereo from the original master, this is the first AUTHORISED OFFICIAL release of a western classic, and a greatest score by Waldo de los Ríos.