Roberto Zanisi | Bradypus Tridactylus

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Bradypus Tridactylus

by Roberto Zanisi

The three-toed sloth is coming. It looks at the sky. The weather is fine. He smiles and memories come back again. A small boat sails on the lake. On board: Carlos & Charlie. It's a fado with a double inspiration. Taking off from Topkapi Garden and flying
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1. Bradipo tridattilo
4:27 $0.99
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2. Cudega Bay
5:57 $0.99
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3. Aksak deniz
3:03 $0.99
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4. Rambler
4:43 $0.99
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5. Spezi panaché
4:40 $0.99
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6. Sultanurheim
3:03 $0.99
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7. L'uscita del fercolo
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8. Red Pony
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The three-toed sloth is coming.
It looks at the sky. The weather is fine. He smiles and memories come back again.
A small boat sails on the lake. On board: Carlos & Charlie. It's a fado with a double inspiration.
Taking off from Topkapi Garden and flying on the three seas of Istanbul.
A music I'd rather have written. But I'm ok with just rambling on it anyway.
A special cocktail with flavours from the five continents. Chinese zheng, moroccan guimbri, brazilian berimbau, aboriginal voices, american slide. All played on the turkish cümbüs.
A soundtrack from a '70s series about a Norwegian sultan marching on the delta of Mississippi.
A psychedelic mistery tour.
Italians following the carriage of the Saint reliquary float, as it's being carried in procession and exits the church. Crying and singing.
My right hand. John Fahey's right hand. A sheer tribute.

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