Digitmovies release the Carlo Savina's original soundtrack for the Spaghetti Westerns The Stranger and the Gunfighter ("Là Dove Non Batte Il Sole") and An Animal Called Man ("Un Animale Chiamato Uomo") for the first time on CD, in complete edition. For The Stranger and the Gunfighter, Carlo Savina wrote an enjoyable soundtrack dominated by three main themes. One is a vibrant orchestral motif in Western-style beat for the character of Dakota, the mature gunslinger played by Lee Van Cleef. It is introduced in the opening credits and reprised later. The second is an oriental style theme for the character of young Wong-Kiang (Lo) with sounds which are sometimes dramatic and heroic. And finally, a pleasant love theme for Wong-Kiang and the beautiful Lia-Kua, where the wonderful voice of Edda Dell'Orso chimes in. There is also no shortage of lounge music like a pop bossa, action music, and the guaranteed saloon pieces. For this recovery and preservation, the stereo master tapes from the original recording session were used. With An Animal Called Man, Carlo Savina wrote an upbeat soundtrack where an amusing and light-hearted motif comes through. It is introduced in the opening credits and is then reprised slower and faster, and as a shake with organ. It is alternated with a romantic love theme with the voice of Nora Orlandi as well as with saloon pieces. For this recovery and preservation, the stereo master tapes from the original recording session were used. Edition of 300.