Mixing light bossa nova guitar, gentle strings, flutes, subdued piano and muted trumpet (or trombone, not sure) this is a very elegant, romantic sounding track by Piero Piccioni, evoking, as the title suggests, images of the blue sea glittering in the summer sun. Moodwise it's quite reminiscent of Jobim's "Tide" and "Triste".
from Travolti Da Un Insolito Destino Nell'Azzurro Mare D'Agosto (CBS) available on CD - Swept Away (King)
Might just well be the most dreamy, seductive, sexy song imaginable. Too bad it's only a bit over two
minutes long. From one of the million Italian thriller soundtracks that are, thank God, now available.
available on CD - Colpo Rovente (OST) (Easy Tempo)
This is one of the rare italian soundtracks from the era in which I would recommend you see the movie. Camille 2000 is a stylish gem of aristocratic sex and fantasy in the late sixties. The score is has a sweeping beauty, lush sounds which match the eroticism of the film.