Why is Spaghetti Western Music So Cool? | Reverb Learn To Play

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Note from Joe: “Sorry Friends – In the video I say that Spaghetti Westerns had their origins in Northern Spain – I did mean Southern Italy and Spain. Sorry for the slip!”
Spaghetti Western music (such as Ennio Morricone’s scores in Sergio Leone’s trilogy of film classics: ‘A Fistful of Dollars’, ‘For a Few Dollars More,’ ‘The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly’) has an effortlessly cool and gritty feel. But what is it about these scores that made them so evocative? Joe investigates the song structures and helps us understand what makes them so good (but never bad or ugly.)

Gear: Fender Coronado II Antigua
Amp: Magnatone Panoramic Stereo

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