Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi
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American producer Danger Mouse and the Italian film composer Daniele Luppi released in 2011 a spaghetti western-inspired album titled Rome with vocals by Jack White and Norah Jones. It was recorded during sporadic sessions over a five-year period at Rome's Forum Studios and was inspired by the film soundtrack work of Ennio Morricone. The instrumentation was done mainly by musicians who played on the original Ennio Morricone scores.
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- Black - (3:31) - 7,357 plays
- Two Against One - (2:21) - 5,800 plays
- The Gambling Priest - (2:03) - 4,430 plays
- Roman Blue - (3:13) - 4,384 plays
- Morning Fog (interlude) - (0:38) - 4,133 plays
- Her Hollow Ways (interlude) - (0:57) - 4,018 plays
- Morning Fog - (2:06) - 4,018 plays
- The Matador Has Fallen - (1:46) - 3,940 plays
- Her Hollow Ways - (2:29) - 3,765 plays
- The World (Interlude) - (1:02) - 3,871 plays
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