1. lucio dalla | washington | feat nastrobox (Club Edit)

Lucio Dalla | Washington [ Club Edit ] ft. nastrobox
Washington it is a text on the Land of the Future, where a last World War destroyed everything. he is left alone on an airplane and as he flies to london’s washington, he sees only one other surviving plane and is afraid of being an enemy. so stay alert, ready to shoot before the other does. It is a fierce and ironic criticism of human stupidity that favors war on dialogue. poor human beings.

4 March 1943 – 1 March 2012) was an Italian singer-songwriter, musician and actor. Dalla was born in Bologna, Italy. He began to play the clarinet at an early age, in a jazz band in Bologna, and became a member of a local jazz band called Rheno Dixieland Band, together with future film director Pupi Avati. Avati said that he decided to leave the band after feeling overwhelmed by Dalla’s talent. He also acknowledged that his film, Ma quando arrivano le ragazze? (2005), was inspired by his friendship with Dalla.[2]

In the 1960s the band participated in the first Jazz Festival at Antibes, France. The Rheno Dixieland Band won the first prize in the traditional jazz band category and was noticed by a Roman band called Second Roman New Orleans Jazz Band, with whom Dalla recorded his first record in 1961 and had the first contacts with RCA records, his future music publisher.[citation needed]

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      2. nastrobox | architettura digitale | liveset

nastrobox | Architettura digitale is an experimental project. These sounds, which reinvent themselves in a minimalistic monologue and give the infinity of inspiration and no correct way, are transported in a New Dimesion. Claudio Noceroni | nastrobox

“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent” Victor Hugo (French poet) 26 February 1802 – 22 May 1885

Origins The Groupe de Recherches de Musique Concrète (GRMC), under the leadership of Pierre Schaeffer, organized the First International Decade of Experimental Music between 8 and 18 June 1953. This appears to have been an attempt by Schaeffer to reverse the assimilation of musique concrète into the German elektronische Musik, and instead tried to subsume musique concrète, elektronische Musik, tape music, and world music under the rubric „musique experimentale“ (Palombini 1993, 18). Publication of Schaeffer’s manifesto (Schaeffer 1957) was delayed by four years, by which time Schaeffer was favoring the term „recherche musicale“ (music research), though he never wholly abandoned „musique expérimentale“ (Palombini 1993a, 19; Palombini 1993b, 557).

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      3. james senese | 'o sanghe | feat nastrobox house dub rmx

James Senese | ‚O sanghe | feat nastrobox House dub remix
remixed on House vibes on max., This song has inspired me to make a House track with horny beat, it’s a beautiful summer house track for dancing all night. Claudio Noceroni | nastrobox

James Senese | „O sanghe“ Now it is a legend James Senese, who for fifty years with his sax is a column of what he called „Neapolitan Power“ with his music ranging from funk to jazz, from blues to great Italian songwriters. For a few days in the stores, virtual and no, „O’Sanghe“, his new album, the seventh with Central Naples, the musicians who accompanied him live and studio for years, or Ernesto Vitolo at keyboards, Gigi De I’m drunk on the bass, Fredy Malfi on drums and on return, after over twenty years, Franco Del Prete, drummer of Napoli Centrale, a group in which he also played Pino Daniele at the beginning of his career. James Senese’s music confirms the class and charisma of its author, who, in addition to Pino Daniele, has also collaborated with Miles Davis’s „mimes“ and Weather Reports.

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      4. gino soccio | dancer | feat nastrobox bomb remix

Gino Soccio [ Dancer ] ft. nastrobox bomb remix
The sound of Gino Soccio is the madness, I would have it adjust with house beats of today, the sound rocks …. dancing until delirium..ft. Claudio Noceroni | nastrobox

Gino Soccio | Dancer  (born in September 9, 1955, Verdun, Quebec, Canada)[1][2] is a Canadian disco record producer of Italian descent. His only US Billboard Hot 100 entry was the #48 hit single „Dancer“ in 1979, but he did hit #1 on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart twice („Dancer“ / „Dance to Dance“ in 1979, and „Try It Out“ / „Hold Tight“ in 1981, six weeks each). „Dancer peaked at #46 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1979.[3] Soccio’s third biggest hit, „It’s Alright“ / „Look At Yourself“, from his album, Face to Face, reached #2 for 5 weeks also on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. „Turn It Around“ was released only as a single in 1984.

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