Beat Records continues exploring the discography of a fine musician, Lallo Gori, pulling from the shelves the score from this movie shot in the late '70s starring the divine Femi Benussi in the guise of an English teacher giving extra summer lessons to the young boy of a wealthy family. The story will soon shed some clothing and derail onto more comedic tones.
The Romagnan musician is one of those composers (such as Maestro Kojucharov) whose music has been released almost exclusively by Beat Records, part of a group of great composers for cinema whose music we present in order to shine a spotlight on hidden corners of Italian film music.
To the collection of his wonderful scores for Westerns (Inginocchiati straniero… I cadaveri non fanno ombra, Con lui cavalca la morte, Buckaroo il winchester che non perdona), cop movies (Ritornano quelli della calibro 30, Il commissario di ferro), thrillers (A.A.A. Massaggiatrice bella presenza offresi) and comedies (002 Operazione luna, il clan dei due borsalini), we now add this diversion into the sexy comedy genre that provides the context for the divine Femi's curves, a soundtrack that begins lightly with apparently simple themes given surprising development throughout the course of the movie, becoming almost difficult to recognize by the end of the film, wide and open, a nice musical document to expand our knowledge of this great Maestro through its pleasant, one-hour listening experience.
The CD, part of the DDJ series, is packaged in jewel case with graphic layout by Alessio Iannuzzi, liner notes by Fabio Babini and mastering by Enrico De Gemini.
- Beat Records