Today’s song of the day comes from Ennio Morricone’s score for the 1973 Italian comedic western, My Name Is Nobody. Though Sergio Leone is only credited as having produced the film, most sources seem to agree that he pretty much directed it as well. As such, it’s certainly appropriate that My Name Is Nobody would have a classic Morricone score.
As befits the film, Morricone’s music is notably light-hearted, especially when compared to some of his other work. With this score, I think we get to hear Morricone having a bit of fun.
From Ennio Morricone, here’s My Name Is Nobody, from the soundtrack of the movie with the same name.
Previous Entries In Our Tribute To Morricone:
- Deborah’s Theme (Once Upon A Time In America)
- Violaznioe Violenza (Hitch-Hike)
- Come Un Madrigale (Four Flies on Grey Velvet)
- Il Grande Silenzio (The Great Silence)
- The Strength of the Righteous (The Untouchables)
- So Alone (What Have You Done To Solange?)
- The Main Theme From The Mission (The Mission)
- The Return (Days of Heaven)
- Man With A Harmonic (Once Upon A Time In The West)
- The Ecstasy of Gold (The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly)
- The Main Theme From The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly)
- Regan’s Theme (The Exorcist II: The Heretic)
- Desolation (The Thing)
- The Legend of the Pianist (The Legend of 1900)
- Theme From Frantic (Frantic)
- La Lucertola (Lizard In A Woman’s Skin)
- Spasmodicamente (Spasmo)
- The Theme From The Stendhal Syndrome (The Stendhal Syndrome)