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Piero Zuffi made this bizarre film set in the seedy underbelly of Off-Broadway productions, hippie communities, S&M bars and bike gangs.
The story follows a serial killer on the loose and an investigator looking into an heiress’ kidnapping. With the help of editor Franco Arcalli, the movie was reconfigured into an effective fever dream with a non-linear structure.
Once more the music composed of Maestro Piero Piccioni’s is better than the movie.
A wonderful kaleidoscope of psychedelic oddness favors the composer’s jazz roots and strong percussion work, but also features delightful bursts of source music as well as the self-contained brilliance of the occasional set pieces—including background scores for the experimental productions of the Off-Broadway world.
This highly addictive score, impossible to find in the originally release on LP by RCA in 1970, reissued on Vinyl only by South Korean Beatball label can finally benefit from a meticulous restoration work from the original master tapes, thanks to the involvement of the Piccioni’s family.
It’s exactly like buying a copy in 1970 without any compression and digital artifacts
Terrific composer, conductor and piano player, with more than 300 soundtracks written and recorded, Piero Piccioni definitively the most eclectic, iconic and vibrant composer of the 20th century in Italy.
We are so proud to unveil one of his lost gem, the obscure and mysterious Camille 2000 from the infamous 1969 movie directed by Radley Metzger.
Many hard to get soundtracks and releases often boast being “mastered from the original recordings” but often times are only dubs of records but Blind Faith Records has gone the extra mile by digging into the vaults for the original master tapes and giving the release a top job on the sound