Blood River (USA)
God Forgives... (USA)
God Forgives... I Don't! (USA)
Tú perdonas... yo no (Spain)
Gott vergibt - wir beide nie (West Germany)
Gott vergibt... Django nie! (West Germany)
Zwei vom Affen gebissen (West Germany)
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"Digitmovies continues his long music journey of exploration in the wide Italian Western territory, releasing another soundtrack gem from this genre: "Dio perdona...io no!" (aka "God forgives...I don't") directed in 1967 by Giuseppe Colizzi and introducing the dynamite duo Terence Hill and Bud Spencer in their first starring role. Digitmovies has previously issued on CD, thanks to Cinevox Archives, the complete scores of "I quattro dell'Ave Maria" (CDDM 043) and "La collina degli stivali" (CDDM 020) and now releasing this Cd we can finally complete the Western trilogy of director Colizzi, actors Hill & Spencer and composer Rustichelli. The realization of this CD project is again possible by courtesy of our friends at C.A.M. Archives who have preserved the stereophonic master tapes recorded in 1967 until today. In January of 1968 C.A.M. issued a single (AMP 31) with the tracks "Dies irae" (tr.1) and "Passo dietro passo" (tr.11), that later were re-issued on an album of the Phoenix series (PHCAM 08) together with other six tracks from "Dio perdona...io no!" and also featuring selected music from two other westerns scored by M° Rustichelli ("Uccidi o muori" and "Bastardo, vamos a matar"). This first CD release contains the complete score in full stereo composed by Carlo Rustichelli and conducted by Bruno Nicolai feat. The A.Carapellucci Choir. The score is largely symphonic and based on the powerful "Dies irae" first introduced in the opening titles (tr.1), later followed by "The Cat" theme (the character played by Terence Hill): an epic motif for electric guitar and strings, very often reprised in the score (tr.4,7). Carlo Rustichelli has written a serious symphonic score alternating between mysterious (tr.3) and often dramatic and violent passages (tr.6, 10, 11, 16 etc.). M° Rustichelli has also enriched this score with some nice source music like a piece composed for band (tr.2), the music for Rose, the saloon maitresse (tr.5, 8) and the Funeral "Harlem style" music (tr.9). This CD features every note recorded during the session, inc. the two single tracks, the extra six tracks released on the 1986 Phoenix LP compilation and 16 tracks never released before on any format. The music was chronologically sequenced exactly as appears in the movie. Even though an appropriate digital remastering has been carried out, some minor defects and sound anomalies present on the original analog sources could persist."