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Dagli E Dagli...

by Giuliano Lucarini

First album of “percussion mestre” Giuliano Lucarini, it’s a kaleiodscopic tribute to Brazilian, African and Italian traditional music, all merged on a rock-funky background.
Genre: Rock: Latin Rock
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1. Amici Mia
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2. Adunata
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3. Batti Batti
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4. Caracca
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5. Per La Gente Che Non C'è Più
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6. Il Ritorno Della Taranta
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7. Mo' Se Magna!
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8. Ciranda Romanesca
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9. L'arotino E L'ombrellaro
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10. Galoppo
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11. Samba Del Cazzaro
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12. Parapaponzi
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13. Tu Non Mi Chiami Più
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14. Dagli E Dagli...
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15. Caracca (Pe' Noi E Pe' Loro)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
First album of “percussion mestre” Giuliano Lucarini, it’s a kaleiodscopic tribute to Brazilian, African and Italian traditional music, all merged on a rock-funky background. On Northeast Brazilian percussion rythms such as samba de coco, maracatu, cavalo marinho, ciranda, or African djembe and Italian “tammorra”, spread a modern sound with electric guitar and bass .
The songs, inspired on work chants, are translated in a roman “stornello” traditional style.
The album was recorded, mixed and mastered by Bruno Avramo, at Formadonda Studio, Rome.
MUSICIANS - Giuliano Lucarini: percussions; Valerio Guaraldi: electric guitar; Matteo Pezzolet: bass guitar; Alessandro Mazziotti: flutes; Giancarlo Romani: trumpet; Alice Noris; trombone; Amos Vigna: saxophone; Andrea Grassi: tammorra; Danila Massimi, Daniela De Angelis, Giulio Ferrante: additional voices.
Produced by Flaminio Cozzaglio and Giuliano Lucarini.
Edited by Histricks Records / La Contemporanea srl

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