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|a silent place (italy) #asp 12 cd|
gianluca becuzzi / fabio orsi “muddy speaking ghosts through my machines” compact disc
- north of me (at midday) (6:24)
- i'm happy here (before the rain) (12:16)
- i'm happy here (under the rain) (11:12)
- i'm happy here (afetr the rain) (12:16)
- south of me (at midnight) (6:24)
|a silent place press release...|
fabio orsi & gianluca becuzzi: 'muddy speaking ghosts through my machines'
muddy speaking ghosts through my machines' is the brand new album released together by fabio orsi and gianluca becuzzi. this album will be certainly followed by other cooperations, considering the big friendly artistic sodality between them. fabio e gianluca are a strange duo, considering the big differences of their artistic back-ground.
fabio orsi is a young and unexpected talent. after his first album, "osci" (lp, smallvoices 2005), produced by gianluca becuzzi, he got a lot of positive feedbacks, worldwide, by the most important international media, confirmed by his second official release "for alan lomax" (cd, a silent place 2006) splitted with cosmical italian duo my cat is an alien.
gianluca becuzzi is a very well known character of the italian experimental scene since from the 80s, under many different alias. recently known as kinetix, gianluca latest release is the very well appreciated "memory makes noise" (cd, smallvoices 2006) a great electroacoustic pearl.
the unexpected uncounter between different forces, experiences and visions of this two artists is prefectly melted in this album: strong and tied, an imaginary place where folkway and research, past and present, distance and closeness, mud and clouds, ghosts and machines meets. shreds of ballads, guitars and old keyboards floating on the vibrant surface of this faery river and disappear, towed off by drones and rumors, pouring between distant voices and centenary blues songs from the alan lomax archive.
raptur and sweet lostness: this is the main sensation. it could be listed as avant-folk, or experimental-blues, ambient- roots or contemporary aesthetics and aching nostalgia...