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Luis Bacalov

Luis Bacalov (1933 - 2017) began his illustrious career composing scores for numerous Spaghetti Westerns, with Sergio Corbucci’s Django (1966) probably being the most famous one.

He soon gained international acclaim with his compositions for Italian cinema, and throughout his career he scored more than 150 films, including titles by Federico Fellini, Elio Petri, Pier Paolo Pasolini and Damiano Damiani, up to Michael Radford’s “Il Postino” (1994), which granted him an Oscar for the Best Original Score in 1966, which is also the most important award that CAM Sugar ever received during its history. One of Bacalov’s most interesting works in his pantheon of scores is his enigmatic soundtrack for Damiano Damiani's “La Strega In Amore”, released in 1966. CAM Sugar released this iconic soundtrack for the first time ever on April 30th 2021 in celebration of International Jazz Day, both on CD and LP.