Unreleased until now, the score for one of the most iconic movies of the '80s is finally available in the DDJ DLX series dedicated to Italian cult movies! Vieni Avanti Cretino was directed by Luciano Salce in 1982 featuring the Italian comedy star Lino Banfi in the role of Pasquale Baudaffi, who's searching for a job after a two-year "vacation" in jail. Until recently believed to be lost, the score composed by Maestro Frizzi, has luckily been found again thanks to the fortunate discovery of an unlabeled stereo master—in mint condition—in the Maestro's personal archive. The production engine was started immediately, and thanks to the long friendship of the Maestro with Lino Banfi it was possible to produce a half-hour video interview with the great actor that you will be able to access via your PC! The CD also features the cue "There is No Matter" by the great Bixio-Frizzi-Tempera trio, heard as source music played on a jukebox at the beginning of the movie in the bar where Pasquale chats with his cousin Gaetano: a real disco hit of the early '80s!
The CD is presented in a jewel case with hard paper slipcase, 16-page booklet, video interview (enhanced CD), mastering by Enrico De Gemini supervised by Fabio Frizzi, liner notes (in Italian and English) by Fabio Frizzi, Fabio Babini and Daniele De Gemini, and art design by Alessio Iannuzzi. Is it true that you still do not own a copy?!?!
- Beat Records