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  1. RIP Francesco Di Giacomo (vocalist) 00:00 Canto nomade per un prigioniero politico (Nomad song for a political prisoner) 15:45 Non mi rompete ( Leave me alone...literally "don't break me"...) 20:52 La città sottile ( Subtle city) 28:04 Dopo... niente è più lo stesso ( Afterwards...Nothing is the same anymore) 37:59 Traccia II ( Track II) Francesco Di Giacomo / lead vocals - Marcello Todaro / electric & acoustic guitars - Gianni Nocenzi / electric & acoustic pianos - Vittorio Nocenzi / organ, spinet, synths - Renato D'Angelo / bass, acoustic guitar - Pier Luigi Calderoni / drums, percussion https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banco_del_Mutuo_Soccorso Review by loserboy PROG REVIEWER Now here is a great recording that will please all fans of Italian Prog. Sophisticated yet delicately beautiful tension building prog with a touch of the ol' psycho - bizarre. This is in my opinion BANCO's finest hour with amazing keyboard work. "Non Mi Rompete" is one of my all time favorite progressive rock tracks as it reaches out with a very sweet spirtual element. This is pure classic prog of the highest intelligence which will please all fans of PFM and Le ORME. "Io Sona nato libero" is a complete recording and offers a wide range from the organ drenched materpiece "Canto Nomande Per Un Prigioniero Politico"...to the acoustic guitar Soliloquy "Non Mi Rompete". Once again all the lyrics are in Italian so be warned for those who are linguistic-centric! For the rest this will be an album of choice. What always stands out for me on this album is the amount of classical piano used and how well it mixes witht eh rest of the instruments. Fabulous music.....It is essential! umb's note: Saw them twice......Great Concerts .....Talented musicians....One of their secrets is the 2 keyboards players ( Nocenzi Bros.) Canto nomade...Nomad chant for a political prisoner https://songstranslation.com/banco-del-mutuo-soccorso/canto-nomade-per-un-prigioniero-politico/ What are you, city, non-city? Lyrics start of " Subtle city" https://songstranslation.com/banco-del-mutuo-soccorso/la-citt-sottile/ Non mi rompete ( leave me alone) https://songstranslation.com/banco-del-mutuo-soccorso/non-mi-rompete/ Dopo ..Niente e' piu' lo stesso ( afterwards..Nothing is the same anymore) https://songstranslation.com/banco-del-mutuo-soccorso/dopo-niente-pi-lo-stesso/
  2. The man was paralyzed and would appear on stage in his wheelchair...RIP And now what will I do, I do not know what to say it's cold just alike when I was alone I've always written the verses with the pen not Strict work orders . I always hated pigs and pimps And those who stole a salary The fakes making a career With certain services out of hours I will sing my songs along the road And will address life hard-facedly A warrior without a country and without a sword With one foot in the past And the look straight ahead and open in the future. I spent four centuries of life And I made many travels in the deserts Because I wanted to say what I think I wanted to go ahead with open eyes Now I should make songs With the exact dosages of experts Maybe then dress like a fool To look like a moron in concerts. I will sing my songs along the road And will address life hard-facedly A warrior without a country and without a sword With one foot in the past And the look straight ahead and open in the future. I do not know if I was ever poet And I do not care to know I'll fill the glasses with my wine I do not know how it tastes but I invite you to drink it And the mental masturbations I leave them to those who are mature at the right point I want to tell my songs to those Who know how to masturbate for the taste. I will sing my songs to the road And will address life hard-facedly A warrior without a country and without a sword With one foot in the past And the look straight ahead and open in the future. And I do not know if I will have friends to supply me with a chorus Or if I will only have unfamiliar faces I will sing my songs to all of them And at the end of the road I 'll be able to say that I have lived my days https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierangelo_Bertoli
  3. Singer / songwriter from Naples...His brother Eugenio is a member of traditional song band " Nuova Compagnia di Canto Popolare" A week a day or just an hour sometimes is worth a lifetime time flies by and steals what you got I don't know how to talk about Love But I know that whenever you hold my hands tight I'd want Time to just freeze around us I wish that never never never nobody in the world ever could steal you, take you away just like this train is doing now and I know that never never never never any woman ever with just one look will be able to give me so much Sensations crowding my mind sweet sensations made of promises, kisses made of sounds in just one moment.. knowing you loving you and already knowing that that you got to go away that you got to go away, so far away I wish that never never never nobody in the world ever could steal you, take you away just like this train is doing now and I know that never never never never any woman ever with just one look will be able to give me so much no woman ever no woman ever none ever Sensations sensations that not even Time that not even Time will ever take away from me https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edoardo_Bennato
  4. 1969 track Saw them more than 35 years ago.....Good band Alberto Radius ( in the middle) used to be one of the best Italian guitarists back then.......Has collaborated w many artists ( Battiato & others) while pursuing a solo career recording a few albums after leaving band https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formula_3_(band)
  5. From "Suddance" 1978 This one and the next clip containing more songs are all sung in Neapolitan dialect... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osanna https://flowlez.com/en/songs/o-napulitano-1197704/ Review by andrea In 1977, after the negative experiences of Uno and Città Frontale, founder members Lino Vairetti, Danilo Rustici and Massimo Guarino reformed Osanna with a new line up featuring Enzo Petrone on bass and Fabrizio D'Angelo Lancellotti on keyboards and synthesizers. "Suddance" was released in 1978, when the Halcyon Days of prog were coming to an end... This album could be very disappointing for old fans since Osanna here were trying to find a new musical direction blending rock, soul and jazz with the traditions of Naples, but in my opinion the result is not bad at all... "Suddance" is very different from Osanna's early works (the album features also some guest musicians like Benni Caiazzo on sax and Antonio Spagnolo on electric violin), nonetheless here you can find at least one outstanding track, the suggestive and melancholic "A zingara" (The Gipsy woman) featuring a mysterious mood... Lyrics are sung in the dialect of Naples and describe the desperate life of gipsy woman with "music and hope in her heart" who is rejected by the society... "She's a gipsy and she causes fear / That's why everybody avoids her in the street / She is so desperate to bang her head against the wall / But every time she asks for help people pretend they don't see her..."... There are other good tracks, like the opener "Ce vulesse" and the instrumental title track, more in a jazz rock vein, or the long and desperate "Chiuso qui" (the only one sung in Italian and featuring "claustrophobic" lyrics that describe the feelings of an inmate)... However, the overall sound is closer to the genre that is known as "Neapolitan Power" (very successful in the early Eighties and spearheaded by Pino Daniele) than to the peculiar prog of the early Osanna albums... Although it is not an essential album, at length "Suddance" is a good work released by an excellent group of musicians who were trying to explore new musical paths to go further... It's a pity that they had to stop!
  6. Italian Band ( from Napoli/Naples, Campania Region) specialized in performing very old music and songs of the Naples tradition dating back to 1600 / 1700/ 1800 / 1900 using old instruments The Nuova Compagnia di Canto Popolare was formed in 1970 with the aim of promoting the traditions of the people of Campania (the Southern Italian region of which Naples is the capital).The extraordinary success encountered at the Spoleto Festival ( 2 Worlds Spoleto,Italy / Charleston, SC festival) in 1972 and 1974 marks their launch onto the international stage. Since then the NCCP frequently participated in all the most important festivals both within and outside Europe. The group has alternated its musical activities with theatre productions, promoting and participating in several shows. umb's note: Saw them in concert around 1979 / 1980.......Very special https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuova_Compagnia_di_Canto_Popolare https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festival_dei_Due_Mondi
  7. This one and next song from their 1st album " Storia Di Un Minuto" (1 minute story or Story of one minute) 1972 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Premiata_Forneria_Marconi One of the best Italian bands...At least in the 70's and 80's Saw them in 1981...Great concert
  8. Claudio died on 8 /18/ 2018 after a long illness...I had seen him twice in concert... even talked to him once when I met him in a movie theater in Bologna ( his hometown , where I used to attend law school....eons ago)...Movie was " The Seventh Seal" by Swedish director Ingmar Bergman ( old movie...Very interesting) He was 68...RIP Claudio....Thanks https://lyricstranslate.com/en/ho-visto-anche-degli-zingari-felici-i-also-saw-happy-gypsies.html
  9. From "Non calpestare i fiori nel deserto" ( don't stomp on desert flowers) 1995 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pino_Daniele https://flowlez.com/en/songs/o-cammello-nnammurato-1324509/
  10. Great voice...One of our best female vocalists how could i be able to understand the man you are how would i be able to discover then fantasies that you want i would arrive there deep inside you in your silences exciting always more how would i be able to astonish the man you are when you’re there and you dont know which flight to take how would i be able to recall your eyes and fix[stick] them with mine always more exciting in the world that gives us solitude why dont you have some rest with me how would i be able to love you no one would ever know how would i be able to succeed you still dont know it i will give my whole soul you’re my life [how much life you are - literaly (:] to live now like i’d know i wish that the skin connect us i wish that the stars are there everytime when i’m with you how would i be able to love you no one will ever know how would i be able to succeed you still dont know it i will give my whole soul you’re my life to live now how would i be able how much love there is ready to explode in me you’re my life to live now yes, now like i’d know https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giorgia_(singer)
  11. 1. Introduzione (15:11) Intro 2. Primo Incontro (3:27) 1st encounter 3. Secondo Incontro (3:06) 2nd e 4. Terzo Incontro (4:33) 3rd e 5. Epilogo (11:30) Epilogue http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=37 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Il_Balletto_di_Bronzo
  12. Song talks about the theft of the painting at the Louvre (real story) a long time ago (around 1920) by an Italian who later when caught stated "he wanted to take it back home (Italy) where it belonged" Yes, I want to steal it, I would like to steal what belonged to me yes, I would steal it and hide it in a case of potatoes, potatoes. The Paris keeper spying on kindergarten baby-girls now has his mouth full of tickets of the museum, the museum. Up there an owl screams and I have not yet started my job... now. Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa ... The school is a great thing and especially if they teach you to love the masterpieces of the past, but it is a pity that you can not see them nor touch them. And culture smiles at me between the shadows and velvet curtains and I'm torturing the canvas with a razor and nails, and nails The keeper is complaining, probably wants another punch on the head now. Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa ... Downstairs they are screaming, certainly they tell me to leave I do not get French , therefore I'm gonna stay here a little longer and think, think The keeper is complaining, probably wants another punch on the head now. Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Lisa Mona Lisa ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mona_Lisa
  13. San Siro (Meazza) soccer stadium (max. capacity:81,277.....In 2003 Vasco held 4 or 5 concerts day after day and they were all sold out) - Milan, Italy Doesn't matter if it's OVER doesn't matter if my THROAT is burned (OR NOT) what really matters is that it's been A WONDERFUL DAY A WONDERFUL DAY extra-spoiled, very much lived with NO TRUCE A WONDERFUL DAY ALWAYS WITH HEART IN my THROAT until evening will come doesn't matter if it's OVER doesn't matter WHETHER OR NOT it was MY LIFE what really COUNTS is THAT it HAS BEEN A FANTASTIC DAY ....SOFT A WONDERFUL DAY ALWAYS BEGINNING WITH A SHY DAWN A WONDERFUL DAY HOW MANY FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS DO YOU WANT THEN AT THE END IT WILL KNOCK YOU OUT doesnt matter IF IT'S OVER doesn't matter IF MY THROAT IS BURNED OR NOT doesn't matter IF IT LASTED WHAT REALLY MATTERS IS THAT'S BEEN A WONDERFUL DAY VERY MUCH LIVED, VERY MUCH SPOILED , dazed A WONDERFUL DAY ALWAYS WITH THE SUN IN MY FACE UP TO EVENING AND THAT THE EVENING WILL BE ...AGAIN https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasco_Rossi Saw him twice.....Good shows
  14. This is the original Italian song...Then later Laura Branigan would record the English version https://lyricstranslate.com/en/Gloria-Gloria.html
  15. http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=273
  16. Great song with awesome lyrics imo https://lyricstranslate.com/en/cyrano-cyrano.html-0 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrano_de_Bergerac https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francesco_Guccini Saw him 3 times in concert...Really good
  17. Napoli/Naples percussionist, drummer, composer...Has collaborated ( in albums & live concerts) with Alan Sorrenti, Pino Daniele, Perigeo, Francesco Guccini, Don Cherry, Eumir Deodato, Brian Auger, Gilberto Gil etc Very talented ( saw him in concert w P.Daniele-RIP in the 80's)  From "Processione Sul Mare" ( procession on the sea) 1976
  18. Have been loving his songs for decades Quando la sera me ne torno a casa When I come home in the evening non ho neanche voglia di parlare I'm not even in the mood to talk tu non guardarmi con quella tenerezza Don't look at me with that tenderness come fossi un bambino che ritorna deluso like a child that comes back disappointed si lo so che questa non è certo la vita Yes, I know this surely ain't the life che hai sognato un giorno per noi you once dreamed about for us vedrai, vedrai you'll see, you'll see vedrai che cambierà you'll see it will change forse non sarà domani maybe not tomorrow ma un bel giorno cambierà but someday it will change vedrai, vedrai you'll see, you'll see non son finito sai I am not done here, you know non so dirti come e quando I don't know how or when ma vedrai che cambierà but you'll see it will change preferirei sapere che piangi I'd rather know you're crying che mi rimproveri di averti delusa than to reproach me that I've let you down e non vederti sempre così dolce and not to see you this sweet again accettare da me tutto quello che viene accepting anything coming from me mi fa disperare il pensiero di te I get crazy thinking of you e di me che non so darti di più and thinking that I don't know how to give you more vedrai, vedrai you'll see, you'll see vedrai che cambierà you'll see it will change forse non sarà domani maybe not tomorrow ma un bel giorno cambierà but someday it will change vedrai, vedrai you'll see, you'll see no, non son finito sai no, I'm not done here non so dirti come e quando I don't know how or when ma un bel giorno cambierà. but someday it will change. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Tenco
  19. Great singer / songwriter......Good lyrics usually..... Many years ago he got kidnapped (along with his GF Dori Ghezzi, another singer herself) and then released after months by Sardinian criminals for a ransom Sung along w vocalist Ivano Fossati https://lyricstranslate.com/en/anime-salve-safe-souls.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabrizio_De_André
  20. Meaning.. those who believe they are always thinking the RIGHT thing...no doubts whatsoever ... NOT meaning people politically on the right...Just to be clear  In the translation I do realize it's very difficult for non-Italians to get the sense of some typical Italian expressions which is really complicated to render in the Anglo-American culture ( and consequentely in translation)...As some lines are typical of Italian culture and way of living...So some stuff may sound real weird and/or absurd to other cultures and it'd get too long to try and explain everything behind the meaning....Sorry about that They're all around us, among us, in many cases we are the ones making promises that we never keep, unless for selfish reasons. The only end is usefulness, the means are every possibility, the stakes as high as can be, and winning is an imperative - and don't give anybody else a chance to participate. In the logic of this game, the only rule is being shrewd: no scruples, no respect for others because the last ones will remain the last if the first are inaccessible. They are many of them, arrogant with the weakest, servile with the powerful, they are replicants (1), they are all identical, look at them: they hide behind masks and they're indistinguishable. They climb upwards like lizards, and if they lose their tail, they buy a new one. They do what they want so that people will know what they've done: they spend money, spread money, they are what they own.... Chorus: They are all around me, but they don't speak to me.... They are like me, but they feel better than me.... (x2) ... and just like suppositories, they live in fully-optioned blisters, with dogs louder than 120 decibels and more dwarves than in Disneyland, they live with the fear of looking poor: they show what they have, all the rest they lust after, then they buy, in constant escalation with their neighbour: from the lawn up to the sky, they have more satellite dishes (2) on their roofs than Mark has paraboles in Gosepl.... They are those who wash their cars on Saturdays and then spend the evenings scorching the asphalt and hitting little kids, they are average (3), like the class they're part of, they are ground-ground(4) like the missiles they look like. Uptight, they cover themselves in powder (5), soaked in alcohol and then they smash themselves against a tree - BOOM! - Noses white as Fruit of the Loom that become redder than a level of Doom (6). Chorus: They are all around me, but they don't speak to me.... They are like me, but they feel better than me.... (x2) Each one out for himself, keeping God for himself, holding hands across the church pews on Sundays - hypocritical hands - hands that do things you don't talk about, in fear the other hands might talk - what a scandal - hands that then sign petitions for expulsions (7), hands as smooths as castor oil (8), hands that wield billy clubs, hands that stuff their pockets with jewelry, hands that climb on the back of their brothers. Those that say, it's no longer safe to walk at night, those who go with a ***** while their sons watch TV, those who act like the bossman, those that buy "Class" (9), those who are so sophisticated they call the NAS (10), plastic nightmares, those who would like to set every gypsy woman on fire, but the only ones they turn on is those who give them charity each night, when I hide myself on the dark side of their Black Moon (11).
  21. Italian musician (real name : Mario Battaini-RIP)....He plays all instruments here Track became rather successful in Italy and Europe at the end of the 60's / beginning of 70's Originally composed by a UK or US composer ( can't recall exactly) if I'm not mistaken
  22. Real name: Francesco Puccioni (from Firenze / Florence) Quite a hit in Italy and Europe in the 80's
  23. He sings / plays 3 diff. parts / characters ( 2 men , 1 woman) in this song It's his fault! It's his fault! Believe me! You weren't there... you weren't there to defend me! And his determination was stronger than my will. And the innocent one... and the innocent one will pay. I know you won't believe... you won't believe me, but it's his fault! It's his fault! I don't care if you are going to drink false tears. I can tell you they're salty, I already drank them, by now. Anyway, everything she says is not real. Her sweetness has been even stronger than my honesty. And now, you're gonna believe her... you're gonna believe her. Poor my fall friend, I know: you're gonna believe her. I don't know... I don't know who I'd believe to. I just know that... I just know that, one of... just one of the three of you is gonna die! She was mine... she isn't anymore. Now, none knows who she belongs to... Go away! Go away! Move! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucio_Battisti
  24. The other guy he's talking to in the disco is a good Italian actor ...Valerio Mastandrea https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piotta_(singer) Translation https://flowlez.com/en/songs/supercafone-1326530/
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