This is Piccioni at his most violent and jazz-infected. The score to a 70s crime thriller cooks and cooks, bass-laden with brass flares and those girls that go “dah-dahhhh!”. There are also a couple of great mambos in that special Piccioni vein where people are dancing and Monique looks so great in her chemise, and it’s all so beautiful but, my God, I want to cry now. No Piccioni fan will be disappointed with COLPE ROVENTE, even at it’s steep price. The title cut is worth the price of admission alone, and here there are three hot versions of it.
-some guy on amazon
Piero Piccioni-COLPO ROVENTE (1970)