Addosso agli Scalini - Scossa Sommossa
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Addosso agli Scalini
Scossa Sommossa
$17.99

The band is from Bari, Italy and their music is influenced by the traditional sounds of that area but creates a strong, moving piece of 'ethno-rock' music. Addosso agli Scalini (literal translation = on top of the steps) means, using the words of the band, 'to take an uncomfortable position or stand, to stay on top of or right on the music, the lyrics, the reality of our homeland and the vestiges of our past in order to lead us to echo the music of other cultures that have helped form the people we are today.'

Musicians:
Silvio Sada - guitar - vocals
Rosario de Gaetano - piano - keyboards
Roberto Alfarano - tenor sax
L. Alberto Loprieno - electric bass guitars
Renato Cafagna - drums - percussion

Addosso agli Scalini come from Bari, Southern Italy and their music is obviously influenced by the traditional sounds of that area. Their new album, "Scossa Sommossa", which follows in the path of their successful mini-CD of last year, has just been released; it is a strong, moving piece of 'ethno-rock' music performed by excellent musicians.

"Addosso agli Scalini"(literal translation = on top of the steps) means, using the words of the band, "to take an uncomfortable position or stand, to stay on top of or right on the music, the lyrics, the reality of our homeland and the vestiges of our past in order to lead us to echo the music of other cultures that have helped form the people we are today".

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