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Early on in his career, Morricone began playing in various jazz bands to help support his family and soon took a hand at composing for radio and Italian pop stars. In 1954 he started ghost writing film scores under the monikers Dan Savio and Leo Nichols. In 1970 along with three other Italian composers, together they opened the Forum Music Village recording studio in Rome, Italy and it was here that Morricone would record his own scores. The studio itself attracted a host of recording artists with its quirky nature and its ability to record a church organ straight to the studio. Over the last few decades visitors have included: Quincy Jones, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, and Morrissey.


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