Operazione San Pietro (soundtrack)

Operazione San Pietro
The Swingle Singers
Length 24:20
Label C.A.M.
The Swingle Singers chronology

Spanish Masters
(1967)
Operazione San Pietro
(1968)
Christmastime
(1968)

Operazione San Pietro (Operation St. Peter's) is a soundtrack album for the 1967 Lucio Fulci movie of the same name - with music by Ward Swingle performed by The Swingle Singers.

Track listing

  1. "Titoli: Operazione San Pietro" – 1:54
  2. "Operazione Recupero" – 1:48
  3. "Francescani All'attacc" – 1:43
  4. "Sua Eminenza" – 1:01
  5. "Tre Imbroglioni Per Un Cardinale" – 1:46
  6. "Il Clero Alla Riscossa" – 1:09
  7. "Meglio La Liberta'" – 0:57
  8. "L' Americana" – 1:54
  9. "Flash" – 1:46
  10. "Verso La Capitale" – 1:41
  11. "Grand Hotel" – 1:49
  12. "Fuga In Bulldozer" – 1:50
  13. "One Dollar" – 1:40
  14. "Furtivo" – 1:32
  15. "L' Indecisione Del Cajella" – 1:10

Personnel

Vocals

  • Jeanette Baucomont – soprano
  • Christiane Legrand – soprano
  • Hélène Devos – alto
  • Claudine Meunier – alto
  • Ward Swingle – tenor, arranger
  • Joseph Noves – tenor
  • Jean Cussac – bass
  • José Germain – bass

Rhythm section

References / external links

  • CAM 515333-2 (CAM Original Soundtracks)
  • Operazione San Pietro at Allmusic.com
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