DANIELE SEPE - Anime Candide (Canzoni D'Amore e di Guerra)

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CD Booklet 32 Pages - Release Date: 2002  - Alternative Folk - Campania

Track List

1. 'Nduniella  2:49
    2. Il lupo e l'agnello
    3.  Anime candide
    4. Ce me pe ti zog
    5. Valse pour Marlene
    6. Sammuchella
    7. Amuri
    8.  Valse bomba
    9.  Preludio
    10. Chanson D'Amour
    11.  L'uccello di fuoco
    12.  Asi como matan negros
    13. Ronda da marraficas
    14.  Menina esta a janela
    15. Happy end 

 

1. 'Ndunielle
Zampogna a chiave molisana - Piero Ricci

 Vocals - Auli Kokko

2. Il lupo e l'agnello
Bassoon – Antonello Capone

Clarinet – Luciano Russo

Conductor – Daniele Sepe

Double Bass – Dario Franco

Drums, Percussion – Enrico Del Gaudio

Electric Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Ensemble – Costo Zero Vesuvian Orchestra

Flute – Roberto Natullo

Narrator – Jorgos Pittas

Oboe – Oktavian Nikita-Christea

Trombone – Roberto Schiano

Voice – Franco Sansalone, Rosita Ippolito

3. Anime candide
Cimbalom – Marian Serban

Drums – Enrico Del Gaudio

Electric Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Keyboards, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Flute, Other [Programming] – Daniele Sepe

Organ [Hammond] – Ernesto Vitolo

Vocals [Coro] – Daniele Sepe, Enrico Del Gaudio, Franco Sansalone, Luca De Luca, Luciano Russo, Massimo FerranteVoice – Luca Persico

4. Ce me pe ti zog?
Bass – Tommaso Scannapieco

Cimbalom – Marian Serban

Clarinet, Flute [Double Flute], Kaval, Saxophone – Daniele Sepe

Drums – Enrico Del Gaudio

Electric Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Synthesizer [Rhodes, Prophet] – Piero De Asmundis

Trombone – Roberto Schiano

Trumpet – Roy Paci

Voice – Adnan Hozic, Auli Kokko, Massimo Ferrante


5. Valse pour Marlene
Accordion, Piano – Piero De Asmundis

Celesta – Daniele Sepe

Double Bass – Aldo Vigorito

Drums – Enrico Del Gaudio

Resonator Guitar [Dobro] – Franco Sansalone


6. Sammuchella
Clarinet [Clarinetto Piccolo] – Lello Settembre

Double Bass – Tommaso Scannapieco

Drums – Enrico Del Gaudio

Mandolin – Filippo D'Allio

Piano – Armanda Desidery

Piccolo Flute – Daniele Sepe

Trombone – Roberto Schiano

Voice – Emi Salvador


7. Amuri
Cimbalom – Marian Serban

Double Bass – Tommaso Scannapieco

Drums – Enrico Del Gaudio

Guitar [Chitarra catanese] – Franco Giacoia

Percussion – Roberto Lagoa

Voice – Auli Kokko

Voice, Guitar [Chitarra battente] – Massimo Ferrante

8. Valse bomba
Bassoon – Antonello Capone

Clarinet – Luciano Russo

Conductor – Daniele Sepe

Double Bass – Aldo Vigorito

Drums, Percussion – Enrico Del Gaudio

Ensemble – Costo Zero Vesuvian Orchestra

Flute – Roberto Natullo

Oboe – Oktavian Nikita-Christea

Other [Saw], Keyboards – Daniele Sepe

iano – Piero De Asmundis

Trombone – Roberto Schiano

9. Preludio
Bagpipes [Zampogna a chiave molisana] – Piero Ricci


10. Chanson d'amour
Bassoon – Antonello Capone

Clarinet – Luciano Russo

Conductor – Daniele Sepe

Double Bass – Aldo Vigorito

Ensemble – Costo Zero Vesuvian Orchestra

Flute – Roberto Natullo

Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Oboe – Oktavian Nikita-Christea

Percussion – Enrico Del Gaudio

Piano – Piero De Asmundis

Trombone – Roberto Schiano

Vocals [Coro] – Daniele Sepe, Enrico Del Gaudio, Franco Sansalone, Luca De Luca, Luciano Russo, Massimo Ferrante

Voice – Giuseppe Naviglio

11. L'uccello di fuoco
Clavinet, Other [Programming] – Daniele Sepe

Double Bass – Aldo Vigorito

Other [Il DJ] – Luca "Zulù" Persico*

Percussion – Enrico Del Gaudio, Roberto Lagoa

Piano – Piero De Asmundis

12. Asi como matan los negros
Bassoon – Antonello Capone

Cello – Leonardo Massa

Charango, Bombo – Carlo Vignaturo

Double Bass – Dario Franco

Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Oboe – Oktavian Nikita-Christea

Other [Portativo] – Daniele Sepe

Percussion – Roberto Lagoa

Voice – Gaio Cadena


13. Ronda da marraficas
Bass – Roberto Giangrande

Drums – Freddie Malfie*

Electric Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Jew's Harp – Massimo Ferrante

Percussion – Ciccio Merolla

Synthesizer [Rhodes, Prophet] – Piero De Asmundis

Trumpet – Roy Paci

Voice – Auli Kokko

14. Menina estas a janela
Bass – Vittorio Pepe

Drums – Agostino Mennella

Electric Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Kemenche – Lino Cannavacciuolo

Percussion – Roberto Lagoa

Piano – Piero De Asmundis

Soprano Saxophone – Daniele Sepe

Twelve-String Guitar – Massimo Ferrante

Voice – Auli Kokko

15. Happy end
Electric Guitar – Franco Giacoia

Flute, Synthesizer [Rhodes], Clavinet – Daniele Sepe

Percussion – Roberto Lagoa

Piano, Accordion – Piero De Asmundis

 

 

This time Daniele Sepe aimed at the top. Indeed, the Parthenopean artist has not, at least so far, made false passages, yet "Blessed Anime" stands out very much about our latest works. The complexity and meticulousness that allowed Sepe to set up an artistically pretentious piece of work such as "Anime candide" is the same that allowed him to make equally conceptual albums like "Spiritus mundi", "Working Tired" and "Know Victor Jara" . "Blind souls" is, in fact, a conceptual disc, in the broadest sense of the term.
It is no coincidence that Sepe himself in the cover notes confesses that this record is the most complex project he ventured into. The line that Sepe has followed for this last work is the love / war dichotomy, as the same subtitle "Songs of love and war."
In the 15 tracks in question, our alternate songs of love recovered from popular Italian and Mediterranean traditions to songs on the war. Like all the great artists Sepe has not remained indifferent to the consequences that the US has caused in the Arab world since September 11, in fact, always in cover notes, is cited De Andrè of "History of an Employee" "... as long as you feel yourself dead, you are the same involved ... ". The same mummy without a leg on the cover is much more eloquent than many pictures that in the last two years have come on television. The cover-up mummy that has a sore and almost vindictive look is then linked to the paradoxical dance rhythm of "The Bird of Fire" where Luca Persico of the 99th posed for one of those summer ballet dancers, giving directions gruesome "mines, jumping, superman". Disturbing and sarcastic, as well as the arrogance of the US described in the title track. So far, very little has been said about music, perhaps because Sepe is one of the few artists who has the rare ability to blend the political message with art and at this time there is a great need. However, musically, this latter masterpiece of Sepe is a fine workmanship, thanks to the profound pursuit of traditional songs played with original instruments such as zampogues or chamber music instruments. Vittorio Lannutti - www.freakoutmagazine.it

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