"Armada Collected" is a new series dedicated to bringing you the best hits from the world of dance music. The first to have the honor of presenting an Armada Collected album fittingly goes to Sunlounger. Sunlounger has put out many excellent records before, and now was the perfect chance to bring the best Sunlounger songs to the world. Roger Shah has made a name for himself catering to the needs and desires of Balearic-minded people everywhere. Forever capturing the essence of Ibiza, Shah created the alias ‘Sunlounger’ to take his beach vibes one step further. To play this album is to engage in a unique experience - it’s to take a trip to the Spanish islands in your mind, or if you are lucky enough to already be somewhere coastal, to help you escape the drudgeries of reality and enjoy the present moment…
Above the album worked the Italian composer Ennio Morricone (Once Upon a Time in America, A few dollars more, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots Limited Edition Soundtrack), and his release took place on February 18, 2017. The soundtrack has got 30 songs with a total duration of more than an hour. A compilation is a compilation of original music. The release of the record dealt with the label Bacci Bros Records.
Ennio Morricone 's compilation album from Quentin Tarantino's films including Django, Kill Bill and Inglourious Basterds.
This two-disc anthology assembled by Mike Patton is, after the spaghetti Western soundtracks and themes, essential Morricone. Never has his music from the strange films he scored in the 1960s and '70s been showcased in such an original and powerful way. Patton has looked closely into the experimental nature of the maestro and found plenty here to offer as well as to crow about. Many of the scores he chose from would be known only to cineastes of minor and obscure Italian films. Yet, Patton understood that Morricone loved his own process and treated crime and exploitation flicks like L'Anticristo and Forza G with the same delightful sense of adventure that he approached The Godfather and The Mission with. Here, all manner of strangeness is on offer: from psychedelic guitars and tripped-out wordless vocals to sitars, layers and layers of percussion, acid-drenched strings, an Echoplexed celeste, toy pianos, psychotic operatic voices in chorus, and more.
‘Morricone 60’ is the first album of Ennio Morricone’s greatest hits conducted, recorded and curated by Morricone himself – and aims to create a legacy for his fans to enjoy. It sees the celebrated Maestro performing some of his greatest film music from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to his recent Academy Award-winning score for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight (released earlier this year on Decca). The album marks Ennio Morricone’s 60th anniversary as a composer and conductor and features brand new recordings with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, with whom he’s collaborated on major international movie scores.