Piero Morgan-Nata di Marzo- A Top Rare Jazz Soundtrack

  No doubt,one of the holy grails of the italian soundtracks pressed on vinyl.This ultra rare ep(Fox records,EPF 110) on seven inches release of the 1958 'Nata di Marzo'(March's Child) comedy film directed by Antonio Petrangeli is one of the very first ever italian jazz soundtracks (according to sources, probably the second after the legendary "'I Solliti Ignoti"). Music is by Piero Piccioni under his Piero Morgan alias (his mother's surname).
Piero Piccioni himself plays the piano with italian modern jazz duo legend Gianni Basso (tenor sax) and Oscar Valdambrini (trumpet). Orchestra has been conducted by Franco Ferrara.Fortunately,the score was released many years later on a cd compilation together with two more Piccioni's scores from the late 50's/early 60's era("Guendalina" &"La Parmigiana").
 The vinyl version rarely shows up on lists for sale or on various auctions and usually demands a three figure amount to change hands.Enjoy a great jazz document form our beloved maestro.