Man Plays Memorable Song from “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”
Recently the memorable song from The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly has been revived as a viral video featuring former Italian B-actor Italo Vegliante.
Many love the film and some are indifferent. But most will admit that when they hear the memorable song from Sergio Leone’s The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966) there is an instant sense of nostalgia.
When Leone originally created the film it was his first attempt at taking his vision of the American West. But not just any view, Leone created it in an almost mythological fashion. The film was full of larger than life action packed with heroic one-liners. The main characters took it to another level of film icon with Clint Eastwood as “Blondie” or the “good”, Lee Van Cleef’s “the bad”, and Eli Wallach’s “Tuco” as the “ugly.” Since it’s conception, the film continues to have a following today. It often brings in large crowds at boutique theaters for special showings.
This amazing Italian guitarist, Italo Vegliante, is no stranger to performing. While he has been out of the main spotlight for a while, he had quite a run from 1981-1985 in Italian B-films. Italo has continued in smaller roles to this day. His talents in music and reproducing common sounds with only his mouth have gained him quite a reputation. He currently can be found in his town playing at local restaurants or sidewalks.
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Here is another video showcasing Italo’s musical talents. *Note: We do not speak Italian, so there may be some unpleasant language or topics of which we are unaware.
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