Here's something I was sharing elsewhere but considering the hassle involved, I'm going to share the link here too. It's Sante Maria Romitelli's score for the 1977 schlocker "Yeti: Giant Of The 20th Century".
In case it wasn't bloody obvious, it's an Italian made "King Kong" rip-off that was rushed into production when the Dino De Laurentiis remake was making headlines. I've only ever suffered through the dreadfully pan & scanned version released to video tape way back in the early eighties. From memory, it was one of those covers than only featured poster artwork; no photos - usually a good sign you've just rented a stinkaroonie.
It's pretty much a retread of the Kong formula only with even cheesier effects than the De Laurentiis version (if possible) and some of the most appalling rear projection effects ever committed to film. There's also too much time spent on a silly dog subplot and not nearly enough Yeti smashing stuff. There is however a strangely perverse scene of Antonella Interlenghi brushing against Yeti's nipple, causing it to dilate!
Director 'Frank Kramer' (Gianfranco Parolini), who had previously helmed the recommended western "Sabata", does the best he can with what little he has and at the very least, there's a worthwhile Romitelli score. There's even a disco theme performed by Romitelli & the session musicians under the name 'The Yetians'! And this film is a damn sight better than that other "Kong" clone "Queen Kong" but that may be only because it doesn't have a grinning Robin Askwith in it.
A note about the format: this is a 'lossless' share; so you're gonna get a log, Image sheet and a WAV file which has been converted into a FLAC file. If there's actually any demand for it, I'll consider the possibility of an MP3 alternative.
1 - The Giant - Overture (05:19)
2 - Idyllic Largo (06:10)
3 - Magic Epilogue (04:59)
4 - Yeti (03:11)
5 - Dreaming Of An Impossible Love (03:06)
6 - Funky Disco Soul (02:34)
7 - Celestial Reverie (01:56)
8 - Magic In The Air (02:36)
9 - Fugue In A Minor (01:22)
LINK IN THE COMMENTS