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Nino Rota's compositions come to life in a dark looming and elegant soundtrack. The soundtrack's 'Main Title' is a classical recording and establishes a theme for the rest of the score. 'I Have but One Heart' is the sole vocal track on the album featuring Al Martino switching from English to Italian lyrics. 'The Halls of Fear' develops the theme even further by adding a dark jazzy slant to it. The standout cut is 'The Godfather Finale.' This is where the theme becomes undeniable and simply striking. ~ Zachary CurdComposed by Nino

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When director Francis Ford Coppola turned novelist Mario Puzo's pulpy "i"The Godfather into one of the greatest accomplishments of modern American cinema in 1972, one of his shrewdest decisions was to hand the scoring assignment to the great Italian film composer Nino Rota. Rota, who had built his reputation alongside Fellini (though he'd already scored some three dozen films in the previous 20 years), brought Neopolitan jazz stylings and a Sicilian melodic sensibilty (characterized perfectly by the main title's mournful solo trumpet, which has since become a cinematic icon) to a story of corruption and betrayal as American as, well, gnocchi. Listening to this masterful score one can't help but wonder what Rota, who died in 1979) might have accomplished had he begun working with Hollywood's resources a decade earlier. --Jerry McCulley

The Godfather