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Silver Blue

(Track) 2:53 Armando Trovajoli, 1961


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Studio from Totò, Peppino e la dolce vita (1961) ,  released on Tony Del Monaco - Silver Blue (1961)
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‣29/09/2019 Bob Hendrikx Notes on Tony Del Monaco: SILVER BLUE (1961)
The 1961 vinyl single features two versions of the same "Silver Blue" theme.
The vocal on the A-side was orchestrated by Ennio Morricone.
The instrumental on the B-side was orchestrated by Armando Trovajoli who scored the film.

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2:51 – Silver Blue – Theme from TOTÒ, PEPPINO E... LA DOLCE VITA (1961)

Authors: Corbucci/Trovajoli
Composer: Armando Trovajoli (aka Armando Trovaioli, 1917-2013)
Lyricist: Bruno Corbucci (screenwriter of the film, 1931-1996), or his brother Sergio Corbucci (director, 1927-1990).
Orchestrator, Conductor: Ennio Morricone (1928-)
Vocals: Tony Del Monaco (1936-1993)

Only released on vinyl single:
Silver Blue / Silver Blue – RCA Italiana PM45-0136 – Italy – 1961 link
Back: "Tony Del Monaco con Ennio Morricone e la sua Orchestra" jpg
A-side label: "Corbucci/Trovajoli – Arr.: E. Morricone" jpg
"Numero di catalogo PM45-0136 – Anno 1961" link
The B-side is the instrumental version, composed and orchestrated by Armando Trovajoli.

Play the Morricone version: mp3


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