Bruno Nicolai
Défense de Savoir
Transversales Disques
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1Sans Espoir 3:57
2Une vie brève 2:19
3L'Accusée 3:26
4Retrospective 3:56
5Thème de Juliette 3:18
6La vérité 2:01
7Sans espoir 2 2:03
8Incompris 4:38
9Une vie brève 2 1:19
10Le pouvoir 3:58
11Thème de Juliette 2 3:15
12Tourbillon Final 3:15

Transversales Disques presents the first LP reissue of Défense de savoir (L’uomo a destra basso nella fotografia) original soundtrack written by italian composer Bruno Nicolai.

During the Giallo boom of the early 70’s, a lot of French film directors started working with maestro Ennio Morricone. French director Nadine Trintignant decided to hire the maestro’s musical orchestrator and collaborator Bruno Nicolai to compose the score of her fourth movie, a political thriller starring her husband Jean-Louis Trintigant.

Recorded at Morricone’s Ortophonic studio in Rome, this OST is undoubtedly the most underrated Bruno Nicolai’s soundtrack, probably because it was only released in France at the time.

Presented here with previously unreleased tracks as an alternative to the rare original french pressing. Limited Edition. Remastered from the original master tapes.