In this double-bill dedicated to the work of maestro John Sposito, we present two rare scores composed by him in 1987 for two diametrically different films by Mario Bianchi: RIFLESSI DI LUCE (REFLECTIONS OF LIGHT) and NON AVER PAURA DELLA ZIA MARTA (aka THE BROKEN MIRROR and DON’T BE AFRAID OF AUNT MARTHA). The first is an erotic drama starring the beautiful Pamela Prati, the second a horror feature presented on TV by Lucio Fulci—two movies with alternate fates that have the artistry of the Roman composer as their common musical trait.
We enjoy facing new heat and bringing cool electronic scores to the attention of our audience, with no doubts that the composer of these two scores is among the most proficient interpreters of that genre, a bold experimenter and great creator of melodies and themes with analog synths such as the Roland JX10S and TR808, Yamaha DX7 and the rare Yamaha CS30L. The results are astonishing and innovative, with themes sprung from the great taste and imagination of the Maestro and produced with his unique ability to sculpt them with state-of-the-art instruments.
The CD is released in a jewel case with a 12-page booklet designed by Alessio Iannuzzi, mastering by Enrico De Gemini and liner notes (in Italian and English) by Ivan Bersanetti.
Don’t be afraid of Aunt Martha…
RIFLESSI DI LUCE
1: TEMA RIFLESSI DI LUCE 3:13
2: TEMA PAMELA RAGAZZO 3:03
3: TEMA FLASHBACK 3:35
4: TEMA RAGAZZI 2:48
5: TEMA PAMELA LOREDANA 6:16
THE BROKEN MIRROR (NON AVERE PAURA DELLA ZIA MARTA)
6: THE BROKEN MIRROR 4:30
7: MAGNETIC BOX 2:44
8: MIDNIGHT WITH AUNT MARTA 4:26
9: THE DOOR 2:14
10: MIDNIGHT WITH AUNT MARTA V.1 4:24
11: MAGENTIC BOX 2:31
12: DEATH DOOMED 2:45
13 MIDNIGHT WITH AUNT MARTA V.2 4:30
Total Time: 47:44