Jacopo De Nicola | Mai Come Ora

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Mai Come Ora

by Jacopo De Nicola

It's a powerful and emotional journey into the magic of being a human in the second Millennium.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mai come Ora
4:10 album only
2. Aquiloni
3:17 album only
3. It Was Just Us
4:25 album only
4. Distanti
3:32 album only
5. Motherland
2:57 album only
6. Fratello Sorella
2:31 album only
7. One Day
3:23 album only
8. La Mia Citta'
2:22 album only
9. Allah Aum
5:20 album only
10. Stati Emozionali
4:37 album only
11. Stolidi Pensieri
2:33 album only
12. Quasi che
4:05 album only
13. Figlia di Kong
2:50 album only
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Album Notes
Singer, bass/guitar player, composer and kazoo virtuoso Jacopo De Nicola has developed a unique and distinctive brew of sounds and atmospheres.
His “alternative transcendental folk” combines warm and rhythmic instruments (classical guitar, bass, mandolin, percussions) with more electronic sounds (keyboards, sound effects) to create an explosive sonic cocktail. Drawing from Italian traditional songs, Middle Eastern influences, and New Wave music, Jacopo’s performances are “witty inspiring journeys into a vortex of imaginary worlds and emotions” (Alex Muscat, Last Stop Records).
"Inspired by European cafe rock, Tropicalia and global rhythms, Jacopo manages on his debut cd to show a wide variety of styles and directions but keep it encapsulated as a satisfying whole. Treading a path between the baroque pop of Lucio Battisti and the frenetic rhythms of Manu Chao, Jacopo manages to charm with infectious songs sung in both Italian and English and unique instrumentation including mandolins, hand percussion, and some rather masterful kazoo playing! Nice! " (Aquarius Records review).



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