January 11, 2017
Tomorrows People - Open SoulMelodies International proudly expand their catalogue of rare soul gems with another carefully crafted reissue, complete with full 16 page Melozine. This time it’s the spellbinding Tomorrow’s People album: Open Soul. Deep in South Chicago, a band of four brothers raised on doo-wop and flea-market instruments made a record during the mid 70s that did not only mark a seminal point in their youthful careers, but would go on to become a true collector’s favourite. ‘Open Soul’ is quite simply one of the best examples of raw, stripped down soul in its purest form, and for this reason has become a highly sought after rarity. The album has been carefully reproduced and will be officially available for the first time in 40 Years, this time accompanied by an interview with one of the original brothers, various Tomorrow’s People memorabilia and a number of other contributions from Melodies’ friends around the world.
January 11, 2017
Amer (colona Sonora Originale Del Film)
First ever vinyl release of the soundtrack for Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani’s critically-acclaimed Belgian-French giallo Amer (2009). - Limited edition 10″ vinyl - 500 copies housed in heavy cardboard old Stoughton tip-on jacket. - Music by soundtrack masters Ennio Morricone, Stelvio Cipriani, and Bruno Nicolai, and with a song by Adriano Celentano - For fans of Italian movie soundtracks, giallo and poliziotteschi movies, jazz, soul, library music, Quentin Tarantino, exploitation films of the 60s and 70s, erotic vibes, and solving murders. Also, for private detectives and mysterious murderers. File under: Soundtrack, Grooves, Funky, Tracklisting: A1. Bruno Nicolai - La Coda Dello Scorpione A2. Stelvio Cipriani - La Polizia Chiede Aiuto A3. Ennio Morricone - Un Uomo Si E Dimesso B1. Stelvio Cipriani - La Polizia Ha Le Mani Legate B2. Stelvio Cipriani - La Polizia Sta A Guardare B3. Adriano Celentano - Furore + bonus “tension” loops WRWTFWW Records is feverishly thrilled to announce the first ever vinyl release of the soundtrack for Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani’s critically-acclaimed Belgian-French giallo Amer (2009), filled with superb compositions by Italian movie score legends Ennio Morricone, Stelvio Cipriani, and Bruno Nicolai, all remastered for hardcore audiophile appreciation. This limited edition of 500 comes on an arousing Pitch Black 10″ vinyl, housed in heavy cardboard old Stoughton tip-on jacket. Described by The New York Times as “a surreal cinematic tone poem that pays slavering homage to Italian giallo horror films of the 1970s", Amer finds its influences in the films of Dario Argento, Luis Buñuel, or Mario Bava and makes for a truly visceral cinematic experience, thanks notably to a perfectly curated soundtrack compiling some of the best songs from cult Italian movies of the past.