This is the fourth volume of the recordings of Sara Montiel that we edited in Ramalama. This time it's about the bands sound of two of his films. Interesting bands and very different from each other. In "Samba", which Sara starred opposite Franco Giachetti naturally commands Brazilian music. Classics like "Brazil", "No one loves me", "Walk" or "Bahia" form the backbone of the soundtrack, set in the prepration of the carnivals of Rio de Janeiro. In "The Lady of Beirut ", with Sara escorted by Giancarlo Viola, the repertoire is much more varied. There are boleros like "Perfidia", couplets like "A tu vera", adaptations of zarzuela like "The Jewish child", classics of the musical like "Smoke blind your eyes" or the French version of "Dead leaves". A show of versatility that made Sara Montiel favorite among the Spanish fans not only to the cinema but to the music. Millionaire discs that had been on the shelves for many years the shops and now see the light remastered and with a spectacular sound. And is that then is recorded with orchestras, not with electronic gadgets.