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  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_Biondi
  2. This one and next song from their 1st album " Storia Di Un Minuto(1 minute story)" 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
  3. RIP Francesco Di Giacomo - vocalist https://open.spotify.com/album/0Ft1jEOyGY74ZgHb1FYO4U https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banco_del_Mutuo_Soccorso Review by Fitzcarraldo SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator This concept album is my favourite of the first three BANCO albums, but it is also the oddest (mind you, all BANCO's music is a bit odd in my opinion). Pity I understand very little Italian, because I think the lyrics for such an ambitious theme (evolution) would be interesting. T
  4. Based on a Native American legend reported and adapted by Jaime de Angulo about a man falling ill because his shadow has been stolen by a water flea https://lyricstranslate.com/en/la-pulce-dacqua-water-flea.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angelo_Branduardi
  5. 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
  6. Great voice 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 y
  7. 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 s
  8. Furio Chirico.....Great drummer...Used to play w band "Trip" before founding "A & M" One review from "Prog Archives": Outstanding fusion band from Italy. All the power delivered by the insane drumming of Furio CHIRICO is counterpointted by the beautiful violin passages, as well as the killer guitar work. On their early albums, ARTI e MESTIERI made a dynamic, complex and elaborately crafted rock, folk, and fusion blend, that featured much violin and keyboards. ARTI & MESTIERI, considered one of the most
  9. 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 o
  10. 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
  11. Movie (directed by Mario Argento, Italian master of horror genre) soundtrack
  12. She has been one of our greatest female singers no doubt...Too bad she left us way too early....She had a very tormented life unfortunately.....which ended tragically You know, people are weird, first they hate each other, and the they love each other they change mind suddenly, first the truth and then lie without seriousness, as if it was nothing you know,people are crazy, maybe too unsatisfied follow the world blindly When the fashion changes they also change continuously and foolishly.
  13. City is Firenze (Florence)...Band's hometown Years later band split up and vocalist Piero Pelu' went on with a solo career https://www.musixmatch.com/lyrics/Litfiba/Spirito/translation/english
  14. Carlo Marrale, Antonella Ruggiero - vocals https://www.musixmatch.com/lyrics/Matia-Bazar/Cavallo-bianco/translation/english https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matia_Bazar
  15. 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
  16. 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)
  17. San Siro 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 2003 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
  18. 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) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Esposito_(musician)
  19. https://open.spotify.com/album/5ePH40VN2c4DRLRcX1A4fB https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pino_Daniele
  20. Italian Jazz - Rock- Prog. Band ( politically involved) whose Leader was Greek Demetrio Stratos , extraordinary Vocalist (RIP). Had the privilege to see them twice in concert. First time with Demetrio in 1975 ( he passed away in 1979 due to sclerosis) and then another time without him. Band was really good and Stratos performance and singing absolutely unique. He did indeed have a special gift. In 1977 or 78 he won first prize at the Contemporary Music Festival in NYC. He presented a tune from his solo voice album "Metrodora". Au
  21. Paolo Fresu - trumpet He has collaborated with many important musicians ( including Jon Hassell)
  22. Here where the sea shines and the wind is strong on an old terrace infront of the Gulf of Sorrento (near Naples) a man hugs a girl after he has cried Afterwards he clears his voice and begins again to sing I care too much for u(Te voglio bene assaje) but, u know, a great deal at his point it has become a chain(e' una catena ormai) that melts the blood in the * veins u know He saw the lights in the middle of the sea he thought of the nights in America** but they where only the lights from the boats*** and the white trace of a propeller He felt th
  23. http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=273
  24. From "Suddance" 1978 This one and the next clip containing more songs are all sung in Neapolitan dialect...Unable so far to find an online translation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osanna 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 i
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