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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 103

2024-06-12 17:10

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 103

First installment dedicated to Edoardo Bennato

Let’s start again with three new episodes of “Musical Disclosure.” This week, we’re talking about one of Italy’s most important artists, Edoardo Bennato.


Born in 1946 in Naples, Bennato is one of the greatest Italian singer-songwriters, known for his eclectic talent and ability to blend different musical genres. In the '70s, he began making a name for himself in the Italian music scene, performing in local venues and squares in Naples. His debut album, “Non farti cadere le braccia” (Don’t Let Your Arms Fall), was released in 1973. This work already showcased his musical versatility and storytelling ability through songs. Tracks like “Margherita” and “La Torre di Babele” captured the audience’s attention, establishing him as one of the most promising talents of his generation.

Throughout the '70s, Bennato continued to experiment with new sounds and musical languages, ranging from rock to blues and from folk to Neapolitan popular music. His second album, “I Buoni e i Cattivi” (The Good and the Bad), released in 1974, confirmed his talent and innovative spirit, receiving critical acclaim and public success. Songs like “L’isola che non c’è” (The Island That Isn’t There) and “E invece no” (And Instead, No) became anthems for a generation of young people seeking freedom and authenticity. In the '80s, Bennato achieved international success with albums like “Uffà! Uffà!” (1980) and “La Torre di Babele” (The Tower of Babel, 1981). These works solidified his fame beyond Italian borders, thanks to tracks like “Ok Italia” and “Viva la Mamma.”


We recommend listening to the song “Torre di Babele”!

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