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Clichè + Pinocchio Bazaar = Papersleeve = (CD)
"Clich", "1789" and "Pinocchio Bazaar" consist of music for three different theatrical pieces. The first one was born from a collaboration between Guido Mazzon and drummer Tony Rusconi, and was written after drummer Toto Zaruso left the band. These are completely instrumental songs which once again demonstrate how courageous and experimenting Stormy Six were at the time; maybe also due to recent changes in the line-up, they refused to repeat the 'clich' of their precious masterpiece "Un Biglietto del Tram". The songs were intended to be used as a soundtrack, but also published on an LP format probably because they could live on their own too. Song titles are here just a guide to the listener, hints that guide him on his personal view of the story. An experiment whose value is increased when we consider the period during which it was conceived.
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Specifications
Type: CD
Recorded: 1976
Release Date: 2009-10-15
Label: Vinyl Magic
Country: Euro
Item No: VMCD140
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Track List
01 1789
02 Carmine
03 Dibattito
04 Riflusso
05 Comizio
06 Picnic
07 Leader
08 Comizio b
09 Tafferuglio
10 L'escluso
11 Banchetto e rissa
12 Comizio
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