The Indians. Lonesome Billy M1 Sp1 Take Almost Dead. Square Dance. The Chase. The Result. Without Pity. For A Fistful Of Dollars. A Gun For Ringo. Waiting M Angel Face Sp 3 Take 8.
Sixty Seconds To What? Aces High. The Watchers Are Being Watched. The Vice Of Killing. The Musical Pocket Watch. Total number of members who have this title in their: Collection: 94 Wish list: 2 There are 2 labels for this title. Things you can do: Update this title Add new label to this title.
Image supplied by Bret Wheadon. BMG R. Members who have this label in their: Collection: 66 Wish list: 2 Things you can do: Update Goodbye label. Track listing 1. Guns Don't Argue The Indians Lonesome Billy vocal Colonel - Ennio Morricone - The Legendary Italian Westerns (CD) Peter Travis. Overture Almost Dead Square Dance The Chase The Result Without Pity For A Fistful Of Dollars A Gun For Goodbye Waiting Angel Face Sixty Seconds To What? Aces High The Watchers Are Being Watched The Vice Of Killing The Musical Pocket Watch The Showdown Goodbye, Colonel!
March Of The MacGregors From Man To Man Farewell To Cheyenne Man With A Harmonica Stand out tracks are hard to pick, as it is so consistent. Of the ballads, Lonesome Billy is my favorite.
Very schmaltzy and over the top, but fun in it's own way. Great whistling in each of them, and they each have a very distinct mood and atmosphere. As I said before, my very favorite tracks are the ones with the lead trumpet, typically backed by acoustic guitar and choir. For A Fistful of Dollars is simply astounding, and is perhaps the most archetypal of the bunch. It has absolutely staggering emotional power as does The Massacre, a similar piece which nearly equals it. Sixty Second to Goodbye Another brilliant piece, perhaps the single best on the album.
From Man to Man is another standout, largely because it is a fairly unique piece, with odd chanting and sorta native feel to it. Man with a Harmonica is excellent as well. Another extremely powerful piece, with great use of the electric guitar and some of the most frightening, desolate harmonica you're likely to hear.
I'll cut my self off now, and suffice to say I could go on about Goodbye specific tracks like this for some time. I don't know what else to say about this. It's hard to describe, so if you really haven't heard anything like it I'm probably not gonna be of any help.
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