CD Booklet 12 Pages - Release Date: 2005 - Music Popular - Apulia
1. Si Ricco e 'nn Lu Sa' 5:21
2. La Cummara 4:44
3. Billezza Bella 3:17
4. Mamma Voj' Lu Marit' 6:34
5. Janna Sonne 5:14
6. Lu Scarparo Tic-Tic 2:52
7. La Mamma de Lu Zit' 3:48
8. Stornelli Di Peshici 4:10
9. Mo Escia lu Sole 3:55
10. Lu Zambre 4:28
11. Sciore de... 4:44
12. Aria D'Anella 5:00
Leonardo Giagnoro: Lead Vocal, Folk Guitar, Accordion, Mandola
Catia Palermo: Lead Vocal
Lello Basile: Drums, Percussion
Michele De Pasquale: Low
Nando Vocal: Clarinet, Flute Law
Nazario Fania: Guitar, Mandola
Vincenzo Pope: Accordion
Maddalena Giagnoro: Item White in the songs "Lu Scarparo Tic-Tic" and "Air D'Anella"
Dino Basile: Piano
The Audiofolk born in 2002 in northern Gargano, Puglia, the union of some good musicians, each with different experiences and multi-year in the field of popular music and not. They offer a varied musical repertoire and sophisticated, who goes by the tarantula rhythm and Mediterranean music to the suggestiveness of popular songwriting. The repertoire is made of music on verses and poems inspired by tradition, with elegant and sophisticated arrangements.
The aim is to give new life to the rhythms, stories, verses, poems and rhymes that were lost over time.
Were finalists for the national prize of song "Fabrizio De André" (Rome - July 2006) and the songwriters Award "The artist who was not there" (Milano - 2007) and selected for the award Musicultura in 2010, with original songs sung by their composition in Apulian dialect. Were selected for the award "De Andrè" 2012 (Asti - September 2012).
Present on several occasions to RadioUnoRai with excerpts broadcast by Michael Pergolani and Renato Marengo, who have dedicated their entire transmission, Super Demo Special, on the evening of December 31, 2009 (Special New Year with Audiofolk) and replication in September 2010, with the presentation of the new album "sagghie 'u sea".
Radio Città Futura has dedicated, on two occasions, in May 2007 and November 2009 (for the release of "Sagghie 'u Sea"), an entire transmission to Audiofolk, including interview with the group's leader, Leonardo Giagnorio