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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 104

2024-06-12 17:12

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 104

Second installment dedicated to Edoardo Bennato.

Third and final event of the week dedicated to Franco Battiato, where we retrace the final stages of the Sicilian artist's career.


In 1992, under the pseudonym Joe Sarnataro, Edoardo Bennato surprised the audience with the album "È Asciuto Pazzo 'o Padrone" (The Master is Crazy Dry). This work is a true homage to electric Chicago blues, with lyrics sung in Neapolitan dialect. Accompanied by the Blue Stuff, Bennato creates a piece that ironically denounces the flaws and virtues of the city of Naples and Neapolitan culture, skillfully blending blues with his comic and critical vein. This experimentation also leads him to reinterpret his previous production during tours, demonstrating extraordinary versatility and vocal skills. In the subsequent album "Il Paese dei Balocchi" (The Land of Toys), Bennato addresses political and social issues, with particular attention to the divisions between northern and southern Italy. Tracks like "La Frittata è Fatta" (The Frittata is Done) offer an ironic and provocative view of the political situation of the time, anticipating the tensions that will characterize the following years. Despite his artistic commitment and the themes addressed, the album does not achieve the hoped-for success. Following a personal tragedy, Bennato released the album "Le Ragazze Fanno Grandi Sogni" (Girls Have Big Dreams), dedicated to the female universe and characterized by a sound and themes radically different from his previous production.


Today's track is “Cerco il mio amore” (I'm Looking for My Love).


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