Enzo Morricone’s first posthumous album will feature seven new tracks, Decca Records said Friday.
“Morricone Segreto” (“Secret Morricone”) will come out on November 6, four days before what would have been the composer’s 92nd birthday on November 10. The collection spans the 1960 to ’80s.
Morricone Segreto has been produced by Pierpaolo De Sanctis for Italy’s CAM Sugar label. The Oscar-winning composer of spaghetti western and countless other scores, as well as pop hits and instrumental music, died four months ago.