Review from Indie Music Reviews:

Lou Pecci puts his guitar take on James Bond classics on his album "James Bond On Electric Guitar". First there’s the obvious theme song which is identifiable. Pecci isn’t making these songs into something you won’t know, he’s just putting his spin on them from “Into Miami” from Goldfinger to “Death of Fiona” from Thunderball and right back to You Only Live Twice’s “The Wedding,” all of Pecci’s renditions stay close to the originals but still have an originality to them. If you’re a guitar fanatic or just a James Bond one, this is a must have record. (http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/LouPecci)

"James Bond on Electric Guitar" -
Review from Vintage Guitar Magazine:

“Following two excellent volumes of spaghetti western themes, Lou Pecci shows he’s as comfortable with John Barry compositions as with Ennio Morricone’s, and as deft on overdubbed electrics as previously on gut-strings. His own “Black Path” would make Vic Flick, the late Bond guitarist, smile. No doubt, whatever genre he tackles next will be equally fun and creative.” – Dan Forte - "(c) Dan Forte; all rights reserved. From Vintage Guitar, July 2014."
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FYI - updated reviews to "Spaghetti Western Themes on Nylon String Guitar Volume 2" CD:

1. "Pecci’s multi-tracked arrangements of movie themes from the so-called “spaghetti western” genre are every bit as dramatic, dynamic, and epic as the original orchestrated versions. Composer Ennio Morricone is represented on seven of the disc’s dozen instrumentals. Pecci’s identically titled first volume, from 2011, is also well worth checking out." – Dan Forte, Vintage Guitar Magazine, June 2013 issue.

2. "...every bit as good as the first...a great artistic sensibility that enables him to create masterful interpretations of these songs..." - Fistful of Pasta.com

3. "He doesn't try to copy the original sound as much as he augments it, and creates music that would fit into the films rather nicely...Lou's playing, and studio work, is rich and easily leaves other Spaghetti Western cover albums in the dust...another home run..." - John Nudge, Spaghetti Western Web Board

4. "This is a top-notch selection of tunes ...wonderful music...delivered with gusto and with a particular glow." Amazon.com (5 stars)

5. "Another great CD!" - Lee Van Cleef Web Board

6. "Great job!" - forum.spaghetti-western.net

7. "Lou, got your SPAGHETTI GUITAR Volume II - and I love it! You have given me a wonderfully new and perfectly crafted rendition of these great themes - breathes new life into experiencing such (by now) familar gems! Thanks! - John Bender, yahoo.com

8. "These are great! "- fistful-of-leone.com

9. "...good quality and slickly done." - chimai.com


11. ..."buying these two...have led me to a couple of Spaghetti Western soundtracks that sound worth getting. Thanks!" - Film Score Monthly.com

12. "Good news!" - charlesbronson.com (Belgium)

13. "These CD's sound excellent, are must-have's!" - disc.yourwebapps.com

14. "Wow!...great selection of material..." - Jerryman47, USA (e-mail)

15. "...thank you for creating such amazing music!" - Simon Griffin, yahoo.com (Australia - e-mail)

Again recorded with only an overdubbed electric nylon string guitar (the last track, an original tune, with electric guitar and synthesizer), this CD concentrates on Spaghetti Western music outside of the Sergio Leone directed films.
Ennio Morricone is again a major presence (seven compositions), along with composers Roberto Pregadio, Franco Micalizzi, Stelvio Cipriani, Bruno Nicolai, and Riz Ortolani.

Available at:
(with free previews of each tune and web notices)



and volume 1 - "Spaghetti Western Themes on Nylon String Guitar" available at the same sites.