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01 - I Giardini d’Alhambra (F.Caporale/V.Caporale) 3:41
02 - Quattro (V.Caporale) 3:19
03 - Le sei melagrane (V.Caporale/F.Caporale) 4:03
04 - Stella (D.Caporale) 3:45
05 - Il terzo fuochista (R.Mascellino/ Tosca/M.Venturiello) 4:44
06 - Cha cha cianotico (V.Caporale) 3:44
07 - Matera (V.Caporale) 3:06
08 - Giratempo (D.Caporale) 3:37
09 - Find Me (D.Nisi) 4:06
10 - Minuetto (D.Baldan Bembo/F.Califano) 4:12
Total time: 38:32
Baraonna are Delio Caporale, Vito Caporale, Daphne Nisi, Eleonora Tosto.
Piano, Rhodes, keyboards and orchestrations : Vito Caporale
Bass: Pippo Matino
Drums and percussions: Andy Bartolucci
Guitars: Marco Sinopoli
Sax and flute: Alessandro Tomei
Recorded at Delta-Top Studio by Andy & Claudio Bartolucci and at MSMediaStudio by Marco Sinopoli, in Roma, on August 2019.
Mixed and mastered by Marco Lincetto at Velut Luna in Casalserugo, on November 2019
Artistic production: Baraonna
Executive production: Marco Lincetto e Baraonna
Arrangements: Vito Caporale and Baraonna
Musical production: Vito Caporale
Cover art, design and Layout: L'Image
Photo: Giorgio Grimozzi, Gemma Goncalves
Baraonna, Premio della Critica e Miglior Arrangiamento al festival di Sanremo.
Collaborazioni, nella musica pop, con Claudio Baglioni, Riccardo Cocciante, Renato Zero, Renato Carosone, Mario Lavezzi, Renzo Arbore, Pino Daniele, Paolo Conte, Mango, Fred Bongusto, Tullio De Piscopo.
Nel teatro musicale con Pino Insegno, Claudio Insegno, Maurizio Battista, Michele Placido, Catherine Deneuve, Pippo Franco, Pierfrancesco Pingitore.
Nella musica jazz con Stefano Di Battista, Pippo Matino, Pietro Iodice, Alessandro Tomei, Andy Bartolucci, Gianni Savelli, Claudio Corvini, Marco Sinopoli, Antonio Iammarino, Lionel Hampton, Jean Paul Artero, Bernard Cesari, Roger Nikitoff, Maria Moreno.
Festival e concerti in diversi palcoscenici internazionali, Francia, Inghilterra, Slovenia, Croazia, Svizzera, Lussemburgo, Slovacchia, USA, Emirati Arabi.
"QUATTRO" è il nuovo CD dei Baraonna (Velut Luna 2020). 10 tracce, di cui sette brani completamente inediti, composti ed arrangiati dai Baraonna; una nuova versione del super premiato pezzo sanremese, "I giardini d'Alhambra" e due cover, "Minuetto" ed "Il terzo fuochista" portate al successo rispettivamente da Mia Martini e Tosca. Gli arrangiamenti sono vocalmente polifonici e contrappuntistici, in stile Baraonna (Delio Caporale, Vito Caporale, Daphne Nisi ed Eleonora Tosto). La parte strumentale vede: Pippo Matino, fuoriclasse napoletano, al basso elettrico; la creatività jazzistica di Alessandro Tomei ai sax ed al flauto traverso; la brillantezza ritmica di Andy Bartolucci, giovane performer romano, che ha suonato batteria e percussioni; le chitarre sapienti di Marco Sinopoli, figlio del celebre direttore d’orchestra; ed infine il pianoforte e le tastiere di Vito Caporale, che ha curato anche la direzione artistica dell'album. Il CD è articolato e godibile, vario nelle ambientazioni musicali, con il fil rouge delle armonizzazioni vocali. Emergono tuttavia le forti personalità espressive dei quattro solisti Baraonna, che sono inoltre, autori ed arrangiatori del CD.
Nell'album sono contenuti parti in italiano, napoletano, inglese, francese ed "esperanto" del sud. Le registrazioni sono state effettuate a Roma presso lo studio Delta Top e lo studio MSMedia. Il completamento del missaggio e la masterizzazione sono stati curati, a Padova, da Marco Lincetto, cultore del suono di alta qualità.
LOOKING FOR LOVE
LOOKING FOR LOVE VELUT LUNA CVLD 244 1- I Look to You (Robert Kelly) 5:02 2 - Rolling in the Deep ( Paul Epworth-Adele) 3:45 3 - All Is Fair in Love (Stevie Wonder) 4:01 4 - Don't Know Why (Jesse Harris) 3:26 5 - Love Is a Losing Game (Amy Winehouse) 3:06 6 - Se stasera sono qui (Luigi Tenco) 4:01 7 - Fly Me to the Moon (Bart Howard) 5:02 8 - The Logical Song ( Rick Davies -Roger Hodgson) 3:41 9 - The Very Thought of You (Sid Ascher) 4:11 10- Here, There and Everywhere (Paul Mc. Cartney) 4:06 11 - Walk on By ( Burt Bacharach - Hal David) 3:42 12 - Normalmente (Joe Barbieri) 4:46 Tot.Time: 48:55 24bit/88.2kHz original recording made LIVE-IN-STUDIO at Areamagister Studios, Preganziol, Italy, on September, 9th, 2013 Alessandro Mozzi plays on Steinway & Sons D274 Grand Piano Production: Velut Luna Recording, mix and mastering: Marco Lincetto Photo: Marco Lincetto Design: L’Image Marketing and sales manager: Patrizia Pagiaro Paola Casula, one of the best Italian singer, comes back with a new production of “naked music”: the best favourites songs from the international pop music repertoire (such as I Look to You, Rolling in Deep, Love is a Losing game, The Logical Song, Here, There and Everywhere and more), but also from the American Songbook (such as Fly me to the Moon, The very thought of you, and more) and last but not least two wonderful Italian songs: Luigi Tenco’s Se stasera Sono Qui and Joe Barbieri’s Normalmente. So we can listen to just Paola Casula’s voice and Alessandro Mozzi’s grandpiano (who has composed all the arrangements in jazzy style): a perfect way to find again the pure music, forgoing all the arrangements of the original ones. Recording was made strictly live-in-studio, using no editing cuts, and offers a wonderful sound, rich of dynamic and ambient, that allows to “see and touch” the players inside your room. ISRC CODE: ITW311324401 UPC CODE: 8019349140065
LJIBRA - COLORI
POP: Original italian songs by Luca Rossetti. Rossana Coraglia, vocal / Luca Rossetti, GrandPiano / Francesco Gorini, acoustic guitar / Daniele Scaravelli, bass / Beppe Gioacchini, percussions / Sergio Mazzei, drums. 24Bit / 96 kHz Digital Recording at Zanta Studio, Camponogara (Venezia, Italy) November 2003 A genuine and heartfelt interpretation by Rossana Coraglia on the melodies and lyrics by Luca Rossetti. A work that presents pop sounds together with bits of the great Italian song tradition, carefully and masterfully arranged in order to convert this CD in a real work of Art.
SE POTESSI AVERE...
Patrick Trentini conductor / Giuliana Beberi vocal / alto, tenor saxes / Luca Merlini vocal 24 Bit / 96 kHz / 24 tracks Original Recording: Studio Magister Sala A on April 8, 9 - 2004 Preganziol, Treviso (Italy) "Se potessi avere" an orchestra of the 40s still playing today. Songs from our italian memories: Mille lire al mese, Parlami d'Amore Mariù, Ba Ba Baciami Piccina, Ma l'Amore No, La Strada nel Bosco and many others presented exactly like they were by Giuliana Beberi and Luca Merlini with the New Project Orchestra directed by Patrick Trentini.
BLUE - SACD
SACD HYBRID, STEREO, MULTICHANNEL PLAYS ON ALL CD PLAYERS AND SACD PLAYERS 24bit / 96kHz original recordings made at Magister Studio, Preganziol, Italy, on April 8 â€“ 20, 2005 All arrangements by Stefania Salvador, except for strings arrangements on â€œFonemi dâ€™amoreâ€? by Fabrizio Castania Stefania Salvador plays Steinway&Sons D 274 Concert Grandpiano Stefania Salvador is one of the most interesting musical talents recently appeared on italian scene. Twenty-eight years old, pianist, author and singer, after a sound academic training - diploma in piano and studies of composition - she falls in love with blues and jazz listening to the greatest american singers such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Bessie Smith. Melancholy and dreaming atmospheres, springs of energy to enhance melody and various rhythms mark out the seven original composition and five classics (Bridge over troubled water, Hey Jude, La vie en rose, E se domani, Se stasera sono qui) that compose the project. So blues and jazz characterize this CD. With her, special guests are Enzo Carpentieri, Sergio Cossu, Enrico Dindo, Sandro Gibellini, Kyle Gregory, Jacopo Jacopetti, Benny Lamonica, Giuliano Perin, Cheryl Porter, Leonardo Rigo, Sax four fun, Daniele Scala.
Original compositions by A. Saorin, D. Soto Chero, M. Catinaccio, P. Cosco, C. Malgioglio, G. P. Felisatti, I. Fossati, P. Vorace, A. Scano. Nina Ves voice; D. B. Soto Chero classic guitar, tiple, acoustic guitar; P. Cosco bass & double bass; M. Catinaccio percussions & drum. Special guests: V. Titti Castrini accordion; G. Gobbo voice; J. C. Rivera Cadenas zampogna cromatica; P. Vorace acting voice; A. Martinez chorus. 24bit/88.2kHz digital recording was made at Martinez Studio A, Padova, on January 2009. Villa El Salvador is a young small town on the Peruvian coast of Pacific Ocean, where David Soto Chero have lived for the first ten years of his life. With this name an ensamble composed by Pasquale Cosco and Marco Catinaccio is born in the summer of 2004. When the ensamble meets Nina begins a new journey into Italian song. So you’ll listen to ten original songs with Italian and Spanish texts.
POP: original compositions by: P. Fanton, A. Mozzi, P. Casula, A. Magliarditi, M. Strano, V. Matteucci, A. Boccato, M. Bucchi, W. Biasin, R. Fellini, Procol Harum-Brooker-Reid. P. Casula voice and background voice, A. Mozzi piano & keyboards, F. Malaman electric bass & double bass, M. Campigotto drums & percussion, M. Strano tenor, soprano, alto sax, flute, harp, synth. 24bit/88.2KHz original recording made at Magister Area Studios, Preganziol (Italy) on May 2009. 13 new songs, written by sophisticated and refined authors. We call this music POP JAZZ because the classical structure of the song intersects with the best jazz, a little bit of soul of the ’70 and English pop. At the end a tribute to the Progressive with the cover of A salty dog (Procol Harum)
POP: original compositions by B. Springsteen, P. Mayfield, Iommi/Butler/Osbourne/Ward, S.Braga, Pollock/Yvain/Willemetz/Charles, D. Crosby, Santacatterina/Tuzza, P. Gabriel, T. Chapman, E. Vedder, Lennon-McCartney, Shakira, Lang/Mink. Cristina Sartori voice, Enrico Santacatterina guitars, Massimo Tuzza percussions. 24bit/88.2kHz live in studio recording at Aremagister Studios, YellowHall, April- May 2009 How illegal can love be? Cristina Sartori tries to explain us by a second reading of pieces by K.D.Lang, Sade, Bruce Springsteen, David Crosby, Carlos Santana, Billie Holiday. Recorded live in studio with the presence of audience to enhance the live importance.
POP: original compositions by Garinei, Giovannini e Kramer, Martino-Brighetti, Bracchi-D’Anzi, Brel-Jouannest, Aguilera-Storch-Morris, Lennon-McCartney, Bernstein-Comden-Green, Cammariere-Kunstler, Gershwin-Heyward, Thiele-Weiss, Casucci-Brammer, Sciorilli, Paoli, Malgoni-Pallesi, Modugno. Monia Steri voice, Mirco Giolotto classic guitar 24bit/88.2 kHz original live-in-studio recording made at Magister Studios Preganziol Italy on October 19-20, 2010
It’s always difficult to talk about something that involves you directly. Like, for example, of an album for which you take care of the artistic production. And an album, if you have decided to devote yourself to it, to offer it your time, your skills, your commitment, is like a son. Although you didn’t write it, or perform it, you end up being part of it. I have produced about twenty albums, I could’ve produce more, maybe, but I always chose to work with and for the quality. Presenting this album, this one, is even more difficult because we are talking about two sons, plus a few adopted ones. It’s not a secret, Jacopo, Sick 4 Milk’s leader, is my son. I have known some of his adventure pals since they had just started to wear long trousers, some since when I still had the slight hope of keeping some hair on my head. Have I artistically produced my son’s album? No, even though there wouldn’t be anything wrong with this: I produced Sick 4 Milk’s first album, a band of which I’ve been a fan since the first concerts at some roman pubs. I’m hypercritical with my sons, with the legitimated and the adopted. I have been so for all these years (not so many, but a lot compared to the age of the band’s members), until, as passionate and professional in the “music and similar” business, I understood that this talent, obvious since long time ago, penetrated deep down these guys’ souls, leading them to an artistic maturity that some groups more from my time than theirs, still haven’t reached. I didn’t decide to do an album: chatting one night with Marco Lincetto, I asked him to listen to a piece, the first one in unplugged version that was on youtube, just to have his opinion. Marco, after a few minutes wrote to me: Excellent, I want to do this album. I didn’t have to struggle or convince anybody and this was a great relief. And it gave me confort in my assumption of knowing music well and of recognising talents, in other words of knowing how to do my beautiful job. I obviously knew that the Velut Luna recording would have been of high quality, it was perfect indeed. Then come what may, these guys are talented, not only in music, and this being talented in many other things other than music, is in my opinion the reason why at their young age they already look like a mature and famous group. Because I never believed in talent without intelligence and knowledge or at least the desire to learn. And forgive me if I badly quoted Miles Davis. If I may say, I will end this short presentation with a genetic-affective-animistic note: The acoustic ovation that Jacopo plays is the one that belonged to his uncle Danilo who left it prematurely as an inheritance to his unworthy brother who passed it to his son (a very long loan) It is the number 1037, the first to arrive to Italy. And in the last 35 years it played very well its role treading the stage all over Italy and around the world without ever missing a beat.
C'ERA UNA VOLTA IN ROMAGNA - Danze tribali del popolo del Liscio
C'ERA UNA VOLTA IN ROMAGNA, danze tribali del popolo del Liscio (trans.: Once Upon A Time in Romagna, Tribal Dances of the Liscio Style's People) Velut Luna CVLD 252 Introduction The idea of this LP starts from a sincere curiosity about our cultural roots and is the result of a musical journey that brought us to cast aside all the xenophilous trends that, in the arts, seemed to afflict us. The recovery of this music is done with great creativity. The language used to approach the songs is the language of traditional jazz, but the sound, with keyboards and electric guitars, gives some rock nuances to the whole product. Until a short time ago, and still now, the word “Liscio” was associated, in the imagination of most people, to a ignorant subculture made of elderly gentlemen and prosperous ladies, who gathered in shiny clothes dancing to this corny music. The exhumation of Liscio and its people may sound as the discovery of a cannibal tribe from Indochina, with all its rituals and practices. The stereotype helps, but there is so much more to be said about this world: amazing orchestras, led by great composers and musicians such as Carlo Brighi, Secondo Casadei, Ivano Nicolucci, Castellina-Pasi, were there for 50 years, playing 35 concerts per month to please their audience. The people from Romagna is marked from this story beyond repair, and this is true both for those who are part of this world and for those who snubs it . The Romagna folk music has nothing to envy to other Folk Music styles from all over the world, which enjoy greater consideration, such as blues, tango, salsa and musette...on the contrary... Credits 24bit/88.2kHz original live-in-studio recording made at Teatro Pedrini, Brisighella, Italy on April 14th - 15th - 16th, 2014 24bit/88.2kHz digital mix and analog mastering (DAD) made at Velut Luna Studios, Casalserugo, Italy, on April 18th, 2014 Production: Velut Luna & Mr Zombie Orchestra Executive producer: Marco Lincetto Recording engineer: Marco Lincetto Assistant recording engineer: Michele Bartoletti Stella Mix & mastering engineer: Marco Lincetto Design+Layout: Luca Shivendra Om Cover Photo: Torquato Nanni Sales and marketing manager: Patrizia Pagiaro link al video su youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpDD8LNqEXk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuANjPScuYU link ad articoli critici sulla stampa on line: http://asapfanzine.blogspot.it/2014/05/mr-zombie-orchestra-cera-una-volta-in.html http://www.tempi-dispari.com/archives/25618 http://www.iyezine.com/mr-zombie-orchestra-cera-volta-in-romagna-danze-tribali-popolo-liscio/ http://www.brainstormingmagazine.it/2014/05/cera-una-volta-romagna-secondo-album-dei-mr-zombie-orchestra/ http://www.deliriprogressivi.com/musica/nuovo-album-per-la-mr-zombie-orchestra-cera-una-volta-in-romagna-in-uscita-il-3-giugno-2014
FLYING ATTITUDE VELUT LUNA CVLD263 Notes Flying Attitude: Beàs, voice and Michel, guitar. It's a new project of original songs: all ballads that we can call "neo-progressive". Simple and amazing melodies sung by the marvellous voice of Beàs, with the great support of the jazzy style of important guest soloists such as Marco Strano on soprano sax, Michele Giacomazzi on guitar, Roberto Jonata on keyboards. Very Special guest on "Una Giornata Uggiosa" the famous Italian Actor - Academy Awards Winner for the best movie in foreigner language "Mediterranneo" by Gabriele Salvatores. FLYING ATTITUDE Beàs, voice Michel, guitar Featuring: Roberto Jonata, keyboards on tracks 2 - 5 - 8 - 9 - 10 Marco Strano, soprano sax on tracks 3 - 7 Michele Giacomazzi, jazz guitar on tracks 4 - 6 Vasco Mirandola, actor / narrator on track 10 1 Evil - 3:35 2 Wonderful - 3:33 3 Le Coucher du Soleil Romantique - 3:49 4 Sorry - 3:52 5 Among my foes - 3:34 6 Chiara - 4:13 7 Talk to me - 3:45 8 In your Heart - 5:04 9 Una giornata uggiosa - 4:16 10 Una giornata uggiosa / Alt. Take - 4:19 Total time: 40:14 All compositions by Flying Attitude, except fo "Una Giornata Uggiosa" by Mogol - Battisti 24bit/88.2kHz original recording made at Velut Luna Studio, Casalserugo - Italy on January 17, 20, 21, 29, 2015 Production: Velut Luna Musical producers: Marco Lincetto and Michele Sartor Recording, mix and mastering engineer: Marco Lincetto Photos: Marco Lincetto Design and layout: L’Image Sales manager: Patrizia Pagiaro UPC: 8019349135771 ISRC: ITW311526301 I
E TERETUPPETE ... N'ATA VOTA !
CVLD267 - upc: 8019349136228 E TERETUPPETE... N'ATA VOTA! Rosella Caporale, voce Stefania Todesco, pianoforte Valentina Todesco, violoncello 24bit / 88.2kHz original live-in-studio recording made at Villa Todesco, Villa del Conte, Italy, on June 20th, 21st, 2015 The musical project was born in 2014 and it dedicates a selected musical pieces taken from the extensive repertory of the Neapolitan Music, from the famous melodies like I te vurria vasà, Era de Maggio, La Tarantella of Rossini, to the ancient piece as il Canto delle lavandaie del Vomero (1200) ‘Sto core mio (1300), Fenesta Vascia (1500), Lo Guarracino (1700). This passionate musical search try to recover the Neapolitan Music, between Poetry and History, when the expression popular had the same meaning of cultured. A musical “red line“ that goes through the dawnings of Italian Vocalism to the universal expression of a natural singing and an exclusive and refined piano arrangements.