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I Cormorani

Paolo Spaccamonti, Ramon Moro

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1
So Far
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
6:23
2
Il ritorno
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
4:21
3
Guerra di bande
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
2:16
4
Matteo
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
3:17
5
Passage
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
1:21
6
Malesia
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
2:13
7
Sotterranei
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
1:01
8
Sam
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
2:27
9
I Cormorani
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
7:26
10
End
Paolo Spaccamonti; Ramon Moro
5:12
Total Playing Time    35:57
Guitarist Paolo Spaccamonti and horn player Ramon Moro composed this soundtrack for Fabio Bobbio's film I Cormorani, a documentary focussing on two 12-year-old boys. The score was recorded, produced and mixed by electronic musician Gup Alcaro.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dunque/Superbudda Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 2, 9 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

Recorded, mixed and produced by Gup Alcaro at Superbudda, Torino
Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi
Pictures by Massimo Righetti
Artwork by Bellissimo and the Beast

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