New YouTube Posts: Stelvio Cipriani (from The Coed Murders) & Goblin (from Suspiria)

Stelvio Cipriani – Pandora. Music from Massimo Dallamano’s 1974 film La Polizia Chiede Aiuto (The Coed Murders) with a slideshow tribute to Giovanna Ralli!

Goblin – Death Valzer. Music from Dario Argento’s 1977 film Suspiria with a slideshow tribute to Alida Valli!

6 Responses to “New YouTube Posts: Stelvio Cipriani (from The Coed Murders) & Goblin (from Suspiria)”

  1. Nice work, and great music choices!

  2. Good stuff here, Goregirl! I am also a fellow fan of those Italian soundtracks! Like a good pizzas, they always bring you back for more…a lot sooner than you expect! 🙂

    • goregirl Says:

      Thanks Chris! I love every last aspect of Italian horror. Listening to these soundtracks take me to my happy place. It pleases me that others dig these tunes as much as I do. Cheers!

      • They are so upbeat, almost to the point of incongruity with the more exploitation leaning films. I haven’t seen The Coed Murders, but I am sure such a sunny theme probably doesn’t jive so well with, well, killing coeds.

        Rock solid composing though, really am in love with the genre trying to get my hands on all the greats. Evening, the unbelievably catchy Gianni Marchetti song which oddly served as the theme to some 70s japanime girls’ volleyball cartoon and the two Joe D’Amato/Laura Gemser mondo movies, has been my “wake up song” for weeks 😛

        • goregirl Says:

          I had so many soundtracks on vinyl it almost makes me weep thinking about it. My collection was heavy with Italian stuff. It has been a slow process replacing them, and some I may never be able to replace. At this point I’ve been collecting mp3s but I always troll through every used record store I stumble upon. Once in a blue moon I even score a gem at a garage sale. Last week I picked up a Hammer film Vampire compilation for $1! It was like finding a four leaf clover!

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