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Karl Kraft
03-12-2004, 07:10 PM
Anyone else noticed a few track of recent that sound very Moricone? Have I just missed this, is there a history of these sort of tunes?

sufi
03-12-2004, 07:36 PM
as i was saying jus the other day (http://mattgy.net/music/archives/2004/11/06/pulp-fulani/#comments)
I reckon there’s a PhD thesis to be written on the influence of film soundtracks on African pop…
(not to even mention reggae)
crossover goes way back innit

Django Shoots First...

sufi
03-12-2004, 07:41 PM
to which dubstep are you referring please Karl?

mms
04-12-2004, 10:10 AM
Anyone else noticed a few track of recent that sound very Moricone? Have I just missed this, is there a history of these sort of tunes?

there is a morricone flavour in alot of the hosepower stuff, golden nugget etc and some of the kode9 stuff, i know benny ill is a massive movie fan, like the dubstep depth charge.
dubstep has that cinematic vibe for sure.
there is a big orchestral thing going on in tamdem in dubstep and grime at the mo i reck

Karl Kraft
06-12-2004, 02:40 PM
Sorry I don't know specific track names. The tunes I'm talking about are overtly Moricone, there are a couple that are just like once upon a time in the west, even with gituar and wind effects on the intro. Youngster has been spinning them of late.