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From '' For A Few Guitars More (A Tribute to Morricone's Spaghetti Western Themes) ''
Label: Dancing Bear – DBCD 058
Format: CD, Compilation
01. The Penetrators - Guns Don't Argue
Bass – Trace Luger
Drums – Illya Stechkin
Lead Guitar – Rip Thrillby
Rhythm Guitar – Spanky Twangler
02. The Bradipos IV - Titoli (A Fistful Of Dollars)
Bass – Ghigo Bradipo
Drums – Enrico Ragni
Guitar – Max Bradipo
Guitar, Keyboards – Franz Bradipo
03. Dave Wronski - For A Fistful Of Dollars
Guitar [Guitars] – Dave Wronski
04. I Cosmonauti - For A Few Dollars More
Bass – Massimo Petrozzi
Drums – Alessandro Petrozzi
Guitar – Andrea Lauri, Stefano Giustiniani
05. Brent Cooper - Sixty Seconds To What?
Drums, Percussion – Jim Atomic
Guitar, Bass [Fender] – Brent Cooper
Mellotron [Faux Mellotron], Bass – Russell Broom
Recorded By – Russell Broom
06. Langhorns - The Vice Of Killing
Bass – Martin Berglund
Drums – Rikard Swärdh
Guitar – Michael Sellers
Trumpet – Petter Lindgård
07. The Atlantics - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
Bass – Bosco Bosanac
Drums – Peter A. Hood
Guitar – Jim Skiathitis, Martin Cilia
08. 3 Balls Of Fire - The Ecstasy Of Gold
Bass – Mike Robberson
Drums, Keyboards – Fred KRC
Guitar, Bass [6-string], Other [Dust Storm] – Mike Vernon
Vocals – The Amazing Sophmores
09. The Bambi Molesters - A Gun For Ringo
Bass – Ladislava Furlan
Drums – Hrvoje Zaborac
Guitar – Dalibor Pavičić, Dinko Tomljanović
10. Pollo Del Mar - Navajo Joe
Bass – Jefferson Turner
Drums – Jeremy Rexford
Guitar – Ferenc Dobronyi, Jono Jones
11. The Irreversible Slacks - The Big Gundown (Seconda Caccia)
Bass – Skipper Slack
Drums – Professor Slack
Guitar – Circus Slack, Idlewild Slack
Saw – Wee Slack
Saxophone – Havana Slack
12. The Hellbenders - The Hellbenders
Bass – Bill Rowe
Drums – Bill Bower
Guitar – Chris Flanagan, Rick Mills
Mixed By – Jim Diamond
13. Kim Humphreys - The Great Silence
Guitar [Guitars] – Kim Humphreys
Producer – John Roy, Kim Humphreys
14. In The West - Once Upon A Time In The West
Drums – Lou Abbott
Guitar – Eddie Gregg
Organ [Hammond], Bass – Dean Sire
15. Bernard Yin And David Arnson - As A Judgement
Guitar [Guitars] – Bernard Yin, David Arnson
16. Di Dollari - Farewell To Cheyenne
Bass – David Onnen
Drums, Percussion – Matt Zaun
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Jew's Harp [Jaw Harp], Recorder – Paul W. Horn
French Horn, Accordion, Harmonica [Mouth Organ], Whistle, Tin Whistle [Pennywhistle] – Mike Crosswell
Guitar [4-string], Whistle – Glen Jones
17. Davie Allan - The Loud, The Loose, And The Savage
Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drums – Davie Allan
Programmed By [Sequencing] – Joe DiBlasi
Saxophone – Jon Crosse
Composed By – Davie Allan (track: 17), Ennio Morricone (tracks: 1 to 16)
Coordinator [Compilation Organized By] – Dalibor Pavičić, Larry "Moon Dawg" White
Executive-Producer – Davor Varga, Silvije Varga
A&R – Dalibor Pavičić
Artwork, Design [Package] – Don Vigeant, Ltd.
Liner Notes – Larry "Moon Dawg" White
For a Few Dollars More (Italian: Per qualche dollaro in più) is a 1965 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef and Gian Maria Volonté.
German actor Klaus Kinski also plays a supporting role as a secondary villain.
The film was released in the United States in 1967 and is the second part of what is commonly known as the Dollars Trilogy.
The film was released in Italy in December 1965 as Per Qualche Dollaro in Piu.
In the United States, it debuted four months after the release to A Fistful of Dollars, grossing $5 million.
Ennio Morricone composed the film's soundtrack as he did for A Fistful of Dollars: before production had started, under Leone's explicit direction.
In fact Leone often shot to Morricone's music on set.
In the United States, Hugo Montenegro released a cover version as did Leroy Holmes who released a cover version of the soundtrack album with the original American poster art.
Maurizio Graf sang a vocal "Occhio Per Occhio"/"Eye For An Eye" to the music of the cue "Sixty Seconds to What" track that did not appear in the film but was released as a tie-in 45rpm record.
The rock band Year Long Disaster has recorded a song called "Per qualche dollaro in più".
However, it is unknown how large the connection with it is.
British band Babe Ruth famously covered the main theme as part of their song The Mexican.
The theme "La resa dei conti" was used as a ringtone for Vertu phones.