“L’uomo delle Stelle” is a 1996 movie directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, in which an extraordinary Sergio Castellitto plays Joe Morelli, a scammer who travels across small villages in the south of Italy holding fake auditions and creating false hopes of a better future for the natives of those towns.
The soundtrack by Ennio Morricone consists of 16 classical/symphonic music tracks, with the exception of “Stardust”, a jazz composition written by H. Carmichael from 1927 specifically rearranged by the Maestro, and “Marcia Funebre”, played by Banda Vincenzo Bellini di Monterosso.
This edition of “L’Uomo delle Stelle” is the first LP version ever, printed on clear yellow vinyl and remastered audio.
01. L’uomo delle stelle
02. Tra le stelle
05. L’Hollywood dei poveri
06. Joe Morelli scopritore di talenti
07. Beata e Joe
08. Ahi Quinto, Ahi Quinto, Ahi Quinto
11. Il furgone
12. Ragionando con le stelle
15. Maciste e i suoi fratelli
16. Marcia funebre