Ala Bianca Records has released a soundtrack album for the Italian drama The Man Who Drew God (L’uomo che disegnò Dio). The album features the film’s original music composed by Giuliano Taviani (Black Souls, Made in Italy, Unlikely Revolutionaries) & Carmelo Travia (Rainbow: A Private AffairStay Away from Me). The soundtrack is now available to stream/download here, where you can also check out audio samples. The Man Who Drew God is directed by Franco Nero and stars Nero himself, Robert Davi, Stefania Rocca, Wehazit Efrem Abraham, Simona Nasi, Isabel Ciammaglichella, Diana Dell’Erba, Diego Casale, Andrea Cocco, Massimo Ranieri, Faye Dunaway and Kevin Spacey. The movie charts the rise and fall of a blind artist who has the gift of making true-to-life portraits just by listening to the human voice. The drama just opened in Italian theaters last weekend.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Don’t Move (1:24)
2. The Man Who Drew God (2:37)
3. Yaya (4:37)
4. White Light (1:32)
5. Guilty of Nothing (1:30)
6. Elements (1:28)
7. Maria (1:14)
8. Suspended Memory (2:46)
9. Confession (0:41)
10. Search Warrant (1:12)
11. Far Shadow (1:04)
12. The Man Who Drew God (Versione 1) (2:12)
13. Circus Swing (1:05)
14. Jam (1:00)
15. New Star (0:32)
16. Talent Circus (1:29)