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I don't think of THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY when I think of Ennio Morricone. That theme was so pervasive it became larger than the film itself. Actually, I think I first heard it when I was watching Eddie Murphy's DELIRIOUS. That's how ubiquitous the theme was, and it remains so to this day. When I think of the great scores of Ennio Morricone I think of THE RETURN OF RINGO and a scene that is free of dialogue, Morricone carrying every beat and moment. I think of THE GREAT SILENCE, a calm and reflective score that is entirely unique to his catalog which dates back to 1961.
For the first time in four decades, Morricone is returning to the western genre with an original score for Quentin Tarantino's THE HATEFUL EIGHT. That was the mic-drop moment from Comic-Con 2015 delivered in the famed Hall-H over the weekend. Morricone's music is no stranger to the Tarantino-verse; Quentin started using the composers work in KILL BILL: VOL 1 and never turned back. Since that film, every Tarantino production has had a hint of Morricone used to absolute perfection. Tarantino came close to landing the composer for INGLORIOUS BASTERDS but the schedule never worked, an original score remained elusive until now.
In looking back on the composer's career, I came across a BBC documentary from 1995 that looks at his life and career and features interviews with Brian De Palma, John Boorman, Robert DeNiro, Sergio Leone, and Clint Eastwood. It's one of the better films I've seen to cover Morricone, a true master of his craft. The film is simply called ENNIO MORRICONE, I probably would have gone with MAESTRO: THE LIFE AND SCORES OF ENNIO MORRICONE. Enjoy!
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