Composed by Piero Piccioni in 1972, the original soundtrack of "Seven Corpses For Scotland Yard", directed by José Luis Madrid, is finally available for the first time on vinyl on SUB OST. A Piero Piccioni in rare groove mode, between break acid jazz and deep funk in what is the first vinyl reissue of his minor classic. The variety of themes is impressive, with the Hammond organ often playing the lion's share. The atmosphere refers us to the compositions of the late 1960s by the maestro, memorable sessions that would have led to the publication of the classic posthumous 'Camille 2000'. The arrangements of woodwinds are also fascinating, incorporating all the Mediterranean warmth through the demarcation lines of the US R&B.