Taking the traditions of Puglia and merging them with a trans-Mediterranean modernity has made radicanto one of the most stunning bands in southern Italy. Their recording Terra Arsa was one of our records of the year in 2001, and this recording follows closely behind it for its strong mix of contemporary pop and jazz with an undying local sensibility.
Enzo Granella -voice, guitar
Fabrizio Piepoli - voice, bouzouki, percussions
Giuseppe De Trizio - mandolin, guitar
Adolfo La Volpe - electric guitars, loops
Vittorio Gallo - soprano and tenor saxophones
Pierpaolo Martino - double bass, electric bass
Daniele Abbinante - drums, percussions
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This music stands as a bridge between past and present, with an unlimited opening towards what is new. This music is rhythm which speaks directly to our body.
Poetry and laughter, melody and parody, feed a song which resembles a thousand songs, a form that is a thousand forms, immaterial matter which rewrites itself continuously. This writing lives in the concert time, an uncertain time, creating uncountable translations, uncountable interpretations of an exceeding and inexhaustible tradition. This music tells an endless tale which questions the time of history. - Pierpaolo Martino, Radicanto
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