Gianni Maroccolo / Franco Battiato - Night & Storms mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Rock / Pop|
|Title:||Night & Storms|
|Date of release:||2011|
|MP3 album size:||1755 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1791 mb|
|Digital formats:||MOD WMA AAC DTS RA AHX VOC|
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Da raccontarti all'alba.
Franco Battiato è nato il 23/03/1945 a Jonia (Catania)
Gianni Maroccolo, Claudio Rocchi) · The Residents, Franco Battiato, Andrea Chimenti. Nulla è andato perso.
The Residents Franco Battiato Andrea Chimenti Feat Gianni Maroccolo Claudio Rocchi. The Residents, Franco Battiato, Andrea Chimenti feat. Gianni Maroccolo, Claudio Rocchi My Window, Nights and Storms, Non accenderti, Nulla è andato perso.
Gianni Maroccolo Concert Setlists & Tour Dates. Gianni Maroccolo at Auditorium Flog, Florence, Italy. Artist: Gianni Maroccolo, Venue: Auditorium Flog, Florence, Italy.
Rainy Day. Relaxation.
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Francesco "Franco" Battiato (Italian: ; born 23 March 1945, Ionia, Sicily) is an Italian singer-songwriter, composer, filmmaker and, under the pseudonym Süphan Barzani, also a painter. Battiato's songs contain esoteric, philosophical and religious themes. He is and has been for decades one of the most popular pop singer-songwriters in Italy
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- Artwork – Toni Contiero*
- Double Bass – Furio Di Castri
- Keyboards – Gianni Maroccolo
- Piano – Francesco Magnelli
- Text By – Manlio Sgalambro
- Typography [Booklet] – Tipoteca Italiana Foundation
- Vocals, Lyrics By – Franco Battiato
NotesSpecial Edition hand made not for sale, realised for the artist in a few copies.
Comes with a booklet, the unpublished philosophical essay: L'Impiegato di Filosofia written by the italian philosopher Manlio Sgalambro.
The book (16 pages) was printed on september 2010 to the Museum Tipoteca Italiana Fondazione, with lead mobile Baskerville typeface merged by Tipografia Campi (Rozzano, MI), on hand made paper Amatruda, the cover was on hand made paper created by Antonio Contiero. Limited ed. hand numbered.
The lathe-cut was cutted with a LYREC SV8 (Philips/Ortofon)lathe, cartridge Ortofon DS522, amplification Ortofon GO741, all 100% valvular.