The style and tone of this piece perfectly capture the feel of a “spaghetti western,” and it’s a lot of fun to listen to. The simple, bouncing piano melody and vocal effects belong inside a saloon or dance hall, where this piece spends most of its time. You’ll probably get the best use from this track if you approach it from that perspective. You wouldn’t want to score a gunfight or any other tense situation with this piece, at it’s far too lighthearted, and almost humorous. Also, I think this piece may have too much of a “storyline” of its own to work well as background music (though it’s a fun listen regardless), but that’s probably a matter of taste.
[3 of 5 Stars!]