Edda Dell’Orso (born Edda Sabatini, February 16, 1935) is a legendary Italian singer who has long been the vocalist of choice for the maestro Ennio Morricone. She has provided vocals, often wordless singing, to countless Morricone scores beginning in the mid-1960s and most famously for the immortal score to Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, 1966). This collection compiles, for the first time in one place, many of her finest performances for Morricone, including such legendary films as C’era Una Volta Il West (Once Upon A Time In The West, 1968), Cosa Avete Fatto A Solange? (What Have You Done To Solange?, 1972), and the aforementioned The Good, The Bad And The Ugly. Goodfellas present this one-of-a-kind collection that highlights the unique talents of Edda Dell’Orso with her longtime collaborator, Ennio Morricone. The maestro has long been acclaimed for his brilliant use of vocals in his scores and none of that would have been possible without the work of the Dell’Orso, who has been behind the scenes of his finest work for five decades. Also features performances for the TV film Orient Express, La Donna Invisibile (1969), Secret Of The Sahara (1988), Gott Mit Uns (1970), Scusi Facciamo L’amore (1969), L’uomo Proiettile (1995), and Veruschka (1971).