Descrizione

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Tracklist
1. Muss i denn
2. Drip Drop
3. Ombre
4. Lince
5. Che sogno mi avete portato oggi?
6. Die seerauberin Jenny
7. Amor de mis amores
8. Madone
9. Zwetschgen - Brand
10. Moscerino
11. Hollow men
12. Regicidio
13. Il 13 di maggio

Credits

M.I.L. (Musica Internazionale Locale) are:
Giacco Pojero - accordion, melodica and vocals
Nino Vetri - tenor sax, accordion, zither, wirephone, melodica, jaw harp and vocals
Antonella Romana - trumpet
Francesco Albanese - bass
Fabio Perricone - drums and percussion

Maurizio Maiorana - clarinets on tracks #1/5/10
Marco Di Dia - guitar on tracks #4/13
Dario Sulis - drums, percussion and drum-machine on tracks #4/13
Serena Cavalieri - soprano vocals on track #10
C. Collovà, A. Luberti, S. Malato and G. Massa - choir on track #11
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Music and lyrics by Giacco Pojero and Nino Vetri.

Track #4 was written with Marco Di Dia.
Track #6 was written by K. Weill and B. Brecht.
Tracks #1/7/9 are traditionals.
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Recorded, mixed and mastered by Francesco Albanese at Downbeat Studio in Palermo (Italy)
Tracks #4/13 were mixed and mastered by Maurizio Curcio.

Graphic project by Filippo Pecoraino
Photos by Filippo Pecoraino and H. G. Schiele

Tracks #2/11 was loosely inspired by T. S. Eliot.
Track #4 was loosely inspired by E. Pound.
Track #8 was loosely inspired by C. Baudelaire.
Track #10 was loosely inspired by F. O'Brien.
Track #13 was loosely inspired by H. M. Enzensberger and translated by Claudio Collovà.
Lyrics research on tracks #2/5/10/11/13 by Claudio Collovà.

All tracks are written for the theatrical works "L'isola dell'esilio", "Guerrieri sulle nuvole", "Quelqu'un m'a trahi" and "La caduta degli angeli" by Claudio Collovà.

Wirephone realized by Filippo Pecoraino.

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