Total time: 70:34 min.
01. C'era una volta il West (Morricone) 6:41
02. La Canzone di Marinella (De André) 4:24
03. Amarcord (Rota) 3:32
04. Il Clan dei Siciliani (Morricone) 5:43
05. Gelsomina (Rota) 5:01
06. Amore per tutti (Rota) 4:17
07. Malafemmena (De Curtis) 7:19
08. Il Buono, il Brutto, il Cattivo (Morricone) 4:51
09. Love Theme From 'The Godfather' (Rota) 7:32
10. More [Theme from 'Mondo Cane']
11. La Donna Cannone (De Gregori) 5:24
12. Winter in Paris (Cavalli) 4:49
13. Isabel (Pinheiro) 4:13
14. La Passerella di Otto e Mezzo (Rota) 2:18
All arrangements by Massimo Cavalli, except on #13 by Ricardo Pinheiro
Massimo Cavalli (bass, electric bass on #4 & 8), Ricardo Pinheiro (guitars & effects), Jorge Moniz (drums & percussion). Special Guest: Laurent Filipe (trumpet on #2,4,5,9,12 & 14, flugelhorn on #7,8 & 10, voice on #10), Pedro Santos (accordion in all tracks, except on #10).
Recorded by Pedro Vidal at Estúdios Vale de Lobos, Portugal, February 1 & 2, 2014
Mixed & mastered by Pedro Duarte Pestana & José Dinis Henriques
Design & photography: João Filipe
Produced by Massimo Cavalli, Jorge Moniz & Ricardo Pinheiro
Executive producer: Jordi Pujol
"Tristesse and nostalgia are evoked with accordion and often highly effected guitar in this set from Fresh Sounds new world-music imprint. Italy is closer to home than most places one associates with world music. Also, the music quite often sounds like something Bill Frisell might do (but maybe Americana is world music too). In any event, a romantic European mood is created as the trio work through a number of Italian film themes by Morricone, Rota and others. Theres plenty of very good jazz soloing more than one finds on many so-called world jazz records, and Amore Per Tutti becomes a swinging blues. Best tune: Morricones odd-metre Il Clan Dei Siciliani - marvellous. Europe is exotic all right."
-Mark Gilbert (Jazz Journal, June 2015)