| The "Attento a te" version sung by Ornella Vanoni seems to have been orchestrated by Enrico Polito, not Ennio Morricone.
It is not uncommon for the vinyl single version to come from Morricone and the LP version from someone else, but in this case both songs are identical, yet the former is attributed to Ennio Morricone and the latter to Enrico Polito.
Morricone is only credited on the 1962 single, while Polito (for the same version) is credited on all other releases.
2:20 – Attento a te [looking out for you]
Composer: Enrico Polito (full name: Federico Polito) link
Lyricist: Franco Migliacci (1930-) link
Orchestrator, Conductor: apparently Enrico Polito (1932-1998)
Vocals: Ornella Vanoni (1934-)
Released on vinyl single:
Anche se / Attento a te – Ricordi SRL 10-284 – Italy – 1962 link
Back: "Orchestra diretta da Ennio Morricone" jpg – Refers only to the A-side song, "Anche se"?
B-side label: "2:21" jpg
Orchestrator credit of the vinyl single version here ascribed to Enrico Polito.
Listen to the A-side (Anche se) and B-side (Attento a te) on the single: link
"Numero di catalogo SRL 10-284 – Anno 1962" link
About the A-side song (Anche se): link
Part 2: link