|Rocco E I Suoi Fratelli|
|Catalogue no.||CSE 014|
|Genre||Classical, Neo-Romantic, Neo-Classical, Contemporary|
|Composed by||Nino Rota|
|"Valzer Ai Laghi"|
|sampled by Duran Duran|
Rocco E I Suoi Fratelli is an original soundtrack album released in Italy by CAM during 1991. Duran Duran's "The Man Who Stole A Leopard" samples the track "Valzer Ai Laghi", a classical recording featured on this album.
About the albumEdit
Originally released on RCA Records in 1960, the album is the soundtrack to the 1960 film Rocco E I Suoi Fratelli (Rocco and His Brothers) directed by Luchino Visconti. Set in Milan, the film tells the story of an immigrant family from the South and its disintegration in the society of the industrial North.
The soundtrack was composed by Nino Rota, an Italian composer and academic who wrote more than 150 scores from the 1930s until his death in 1979.
- "Introduzione E Canzone (Paese Mio)" - Elio Mauro (2:32)
- "Terra Lontana (Valzer)" (2:43)
- "Milano E Nadia" (3:46)
- "Valzer Ai Laghi" (2:35)
- "L'Amore Di Rocco" (1:38)
- "A) La Gelosia Di Simone B) Addio Di Nadia (5:40)
- "Come Tu Vuoi (Slow)" (3:52)
- "L'Amore Dei Due Fratelli" (3:38)
- "Il Delitto Di Simone" (1:55)
- "A) Paese Mio B) Ritorno Di Simone" (3:50)
- "A) Terra Lontana B) Paese Mio - Elio Mauro (2:35)
- "La Loro Storia" (1:58)