In english called "Without Apparent Motive", this is one of my favorit 1972 movie and soundtrack, Jean-Louis Trintignant plays the main character as Inspector Carella, searching about a killer in Nice. Ennio Morricone's music is sounding here like "The Sicilian Clan" ( another fave of mine, original LP coming soon on SOC ). An end main theme that captivated me since ever...Everyone who's interrested by Morricone's work knows that he's highly prolific ( over 500 hundred scores ! ). I prefer the decade 1965 to 1975, when at the time he was working with Bruno Nicolai for the arrangments. The movie was recorded on MiniDisc ( thanks to MarcoDisco ) then re-cut and sliced by myself, and finally recreated and remastered on CD. I did this because i have a lot of difficulties to find the original soundtrack in shops in France ( featuring 13 tracks and issued by Screen Trax Records ). I found by myself titles for the following 16 tracks and keeped some dialogues that i found "funny" or interresting too. So, you have to know that i am ripping only original vinyls or making my own Champaign compilations or re-works. I don't want make CD's copy, because i think it's to easy. I prefer to do something more and i want to be in peace with my mind to work about it...Like every time, recorded in 192 Kbps + Artwork.
Ennio Morricone "Sans Mobile Apparent"
Champaign Original Movie Masters Series
© 2005 Champaign Records
01. sans mobile apparent ( main theme )
02. the trial
03. murdered for the first time
04. the sniper
06. mobile 1
08. mobile 2
09. the waiting
10. the waiting suite / mobile 3
11. flash info
12. suspense ( organ )
13. c'est un mélodrame ? non, c'est un mélomerde
14. near the end
16. sans mobile apparent ( end theme )
Be Seing You !