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Dico a tutti così

by Roberta Carrieri

At times hermetic, at times disarmingly explicit and sincere and at times ironic, Dico A Tutti Cosi is a collection of the most signifiant songs by this wandering singer-songwriter from Bari, Italy. Roberta sings of solitude and departure but also of love
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Vorrei
3:35 album only
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2. Mia madre
3:31 album only
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3. Angolino
3:19 album only
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4. Se potessi
4:03 album only
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5. Foglie
3:15 album only
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6. Bianca
3:12 album only
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7. Non ci sei mai
4:20 album only
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8. Sereno di pioggia
3:17 album only
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9. Tu che sei
3:05 album only
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10. Spalanca
4:26 album only
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11. Angelo bianco dagli occhi cerchiati
3:50 album only
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12. Dico a tutti così
4:07 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Roberta Carrieri
Clown, stilt-walker and performance-arist, dressed as a fetishists Barbie wrapped in cellophane, with Mostrance in hand and chewing gum in her mouth .Out there on the provocative edge, perfectly still for hours, asleep in a red suitcase like a porcelain doll, she loves to transform herself, but above all she loves to sing and write songs.
Roberta Carrieri comes from a strong theatrical background (Teatro Kismet, O.perA, Quarta Parete) and it is this visual experience that she translates into songs, where words are more evocative than narrative and are used to paint a very personal and at times ironic landscape.
She has an unmistakeable voice; personal yet powerful, compelling with touches of irony, she easily moves easily from heady swirling vocalism to simple memorable yet sophisticated melody.
Live, her theatrical side, subtly hinted at and never overplayed, lends a peculiar twist to her show. Often playing alone, one voice and a guitar, her simplicity both charms and disarms the audience.
She sings her songs, like pages from her diary, as if she was confessing a secret, sometimes out loud, sometimes whispered. Others are imaginary stories in which she transforms herself into the characters of the song.
Roberta Carrieri is also the voice of Fiamma Fumana, one of the most important groups of World Music Italian. With them she has performed in some of the most prestigious theatres and festivals in Europe, The U.S. and Canada, and participated in the documentary film "Di Madre in Figlia"(produced by Davide Ferrario and screened at the Toronto film festival 2008 and Turin Film Festival) She has also collaboraed in numerous other musical situations, amongst others Giangilbert Monti's album, Maledette Canzoni(a tribute the french Maudites), "Tres!" (an interative performance using art and music with artist Davide Toffolo(Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti) and with her versin of the beautiful song "Labbra Blu" on "Dono", a tribute to Diaframma produced by Federico Fiumani.

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