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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 102

2024-06-05 17:48

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 102

Last installment about Pooh.

The final installment of the week dedicated to the Pooh.

 

The third millennium begins for the Pooh with the album “Cento di queste vite” (2000), a return to the sound of the 1970s that demonstrates greater character compared to their immediately preceding works. This marks the beginning of a period of renewed creativity and commitment for the Bolognese band. In 2001, to celebrate their 35-year career, the Pooh released the compilation “Best of the Best,” featuring unreleased tracks and revisiting their most significant hits. This collection serves as a moment of reflection on their long career and pays homage to their constant musical evolution.

Subsequently, in 2002, the group embarked on an ambitious project with the realization of the musical “Pinocchio.” The period between 2003 and 2006 saw the Pooh engaged in a variety of projects, from releasing live albums and DVDs to launching new solo projects by band members. This period was characterized by intense artistic activity and continuous musical experimentation. In 2008, the Pooh surprised their audience once again with the cover album “Beat ReGeneration,” showcasing their versatility and ability to reinvent themselves. This project pays tribute to their musical influences and explores new sonic territories.

In 2020, the tragic event of Stefano D’Orazio’s passing marked the end of an era for the Pooh, but not the end of their music. With the release of the compilation “Le canzoni della nostra storia” (The Songs of Our History), the group continues to celebrate their musical legacy and honor their artistic heritage.

 

Today, we propose “Il paese dei balocchi” from the album “Pinocchio.”

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