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Vite Perdite
Daniele Sepe
Vite Perdite
Genre: World Music
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CD Details

All Artists: Daniele Sepe
Title: Vite Perdite
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Piranha Musik
Release Date: 3/30/1999
Album Type: Import
Genre: World Music
Styles: Europe, Continental Europe
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 723723547224

CD Reviews

Peppino | 06/29/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"All you afficionados of "WORLD MUSIC" need to know about Italy's (actually Napoli's )best kept secret, Daniele Sepe. This cd is a sampling of musics from some of his European releases, and like most of the ecclectic music composers, shows off an array of many musical styles...Avant Guard meets traditional Banda musics, Funk/ rap (in Italiano,and LATIN!), Argentine folkloric ,and wild twists on the tarantella & tammuriata folk forms of Southern Italy. My 65 year old uncle heard this cd one night on my car stereo, shouted, "il tarantella, BRAVO PEPPI!", and his heart went right back to Castelvetrano Sicilia, VIA THE SUN RA SPACE SHIP!!HEHE Sepe is no traditionalist, he "de-composes" traditional styles while still offering loving respect to them. This cd is NOT for the musically conservative, it requires a loving and tolerant ear at times. I hesitate to 'compare", but fans of Mingus, Sun Ra, Zappa, Zorn, & a few others I have skipped, I believe you would enjoy this cd, and even if it wasnt your cup of expresso, It is worth your while to hear another "VOICE" of the contra-current" trying to break through the "Vinyl Curtain" of commercial death the record industry perpetuates.( i know its a cd world, but the expression must remain, hehe!) Ti saluto , Daniele!! 100000 stars"
Secret Italy
principesca | Washington, DC United States | 11/02/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Excellent and rare example of an artist who is able to transform the magic of folk music into jazz, raggae, rock. Extremely talented and unknown Italian musician. This album will accompany you in the truer and more vivid Italian atmospheres. Don't miss Daniele Sepe live if you get a chance."