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Italian born composer Gianni Ferrio (1924) produced film scores in the sixties and seventies of spaghetti western, crime thriller, gialli, and sex comedy genres. His music involves luxurious, jazz, funk-lounge elements with a identifiable Italian feel. Album reviewer Mark R. Hasan describes his style as "clean, organized, and melodic," similar to Lalo Schifrin and Quincy Jones. Ferrio's "One Silver Dollar" (Un Dollaro Bucato) is listed as part of Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" soundtrack.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- One Silver Dollar (un Dollaro Bucato) - (2:02) - 573 plays
- For Whom the Bell Tolls - (1:03) - 338 plays
- La Morte Accarezza A Mezzanotte - (5:41) - 233 plays
- La gabbia - (2:12) - 228 plays
- Tema Per Una Vendetta - (1:06) - 176 plays
- Valentina (Tra la Folla) - (1:55) - 215 plays
- I giorni che ci appartengono - (3:37) - 196 plays
- L'Appartamento Vuoto - (2:47) - 195 plays
- amanda blues - (3:24) - 156 plays
- Passaggio per red rock - (1:41) - 111 plays
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