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[2] (Track) 2:27 Franco Torti, Guido Castaldo, Allan Brandt, Ennio Morricone, 1964

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Studio from I Malamondo (1964) ,  released on Canto Morricone vol.1: The 60's (1998) (and 1 more)
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Studio Funny World (4) by Jane Morgan
Studio Questi vent'anni miei (3) by Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra
Studio Fox (1964)
Studio Funny world (1) by Ken Colman (1964)
Studio Nulla da fare (1964)
Studio Questi vent'anni miei (1) by Catherine Spaak (1964)
Studio Questi vent'anni miei (2) (1964)
Studio Sospesi nel cielo (1964)
Studio Sospesi nel cielo (1) (1964)
Studio Stanchezza (1964)
Studio Funny world (3) by Johnny Hartman (1965)
Studio Theme from Malamondo by Herbie Mann (1966)
Studio Questi vent'anni miei (3) by Enrico Pieranunzi (2002)
Studio Questi vent'anni miei (4) by Lisa Ono (2002)
Style: Melodic
Member Detailed Credits
‣23/06/2020 Bob Hendrikx Notes on Astrud Gilberto: FUNNY WORLD (1964)
2:25 – Funny World

Cover version of "Questi vent'anni miei" from the 'documentary' I MALAMONDO (aka MALAMONDO).
About the I MALAMONDO soundtrack: link

This Astrud Gilberto version was recorded in New York City, 21 October 1964.
The film was released in the U.S. on 18 November 1964. link

Authors: Torti/Castaldo/Brandt/Morricone
Composer: Ennio Morricone (1928-)
Original Lyricist: Franco Torti (co-screenwriter of the film) link
Original Lyricist: Guido Castaldo (co-screenwriter of the film) link
Lyricist: Alan Brandt (1923-2002)
Orchestrator, Conductor: Claus Ogerman (real name: Claus Ogermann) (1930-2016)
Vocals: Astrud Gilberto (real name: Astrud Evangelina Weinert) (1940-)

First released on vinyl single:
Funny World / Who Can I Turn To – Verve Records VK-10339 – USA – 1964
A-side label: "Brandt/Morricone – Arr. by Claus Ogerman – Theme from motion picture MALAMONDO" jpg
"VK 10339 – Arranger, Conductor: Claus Ogerman – A&R Studios, NYC, October 21, 1964" link / link
The B-side song (Who Can I Turn To) has no Morricone connection.

Released on CD:
Canto Morricone, Vol. 1 – Bear Family BCD 16244 AH – Germany – 1998 (track 19) link
Front: jpg
Back: jpg

Play: mp3

Five 1964 vocal versions of Morricone's "Questi vent'anni miei": link

Related Member Detailed Credits
about I Malamondo (Soundtrack) :
‣24/03/2021 Bob Hendrikx Notes on Soundtrack: I MALAMONDO (1963) (Part 1)
‣24/03/2021 Bob Hendrikx Notes on Soundtrack: I MALAMONDO (1963) (Part 2)
‣24/03/2021 Bob Hendrikx Notes on Soundtrack: I MALAMONDO (1963) (Part 3)
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