Gun Song – Ennio Morricone – Guns Don’t Argue

Classic spaghetti-western soundtrack stuff, here. You can smell the horse-sweat, the gun smoke, and the cattle, feel the mounting tension, hear the clink of spurs, see the MEN riding into the action.


Ennio Morricone – Guns Don’t Argue

Morricone thought of the soundtracks he wrote as being “working music,” what he did to pay the bills, not “real” music. But he did a LOT of that working music – he wrote the scores for more than 500 movies and TV series during his life. His name is listed as the music dude on a seemingly endless list of classic and/or infamous movies, from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly and The Thing to Kill Bill.

2 thoughts on “Gun Song – Ennio Morricone – Guns Don’t Argue

  1. Ah yes. It invokes images of the dry hills and the great expanses of what was the wild, wild…Italy.

  2. Don’t diss the eye-ties. They, and the Germans, have versions of SASS that put ours to shame. The Italian repros of the classic Guns that Won the West are the best out there now.

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