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Sunday, 16 December 2007

Luigi Cinque & Tarantula Hypertext O'rchestra Tangerine Café

Album : Tangerine Café

Artists :
Luigi Cinque - vocals, soprano sax, keyboards, electronics, sax clarinet, clarinet, tammorra,harmonium
Raiz - vocals
Paolo Fresu - trumpet
Danilo Rea - piano
Gianluca Ruggeri - marimba, percussion
Enzo Pietropaoli - double bass, electric bass
Bnet Houaryat - background vocals
Jivan Gasparyan - duduk
Badara Seck - vocals
Luca Sanzò - viola
Sonia Romano - cello
Carlo Mariani - launeddas
Orazio Corsaro - bagpipes
Adembi El Gadari - guimbri, vocals
Abdellatif Oughassal - karakeb, vocals
Ali Shaigan - santur, kamachek
Abdou Abdemarran - vocals -
Gnawa Sidi Mimoum - rhythmic chorus
Giaomo De Caterini - electronics, guitar
Fulvio Maras - percussion
Emil Zrihan - vocals
Mangla Tiwari - vocals
Michele Cinque - didgeridoo
Francesco Peverini - violin
Prosca Amori - violin
Evelina Meghnagi - vocals
MRF String Quartet
MRF Chorus
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Melodies :
1. Garritm/Core amante
2. Tangerine Cafe
3. Niente Senza 'e te
4. Radiobaladid
5. Coro meccanico
6. Garritm/Songlines
7. Tangerine Cafe - instrumental
8. Garritm/Danza
9. Ararat
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This music is a lot of things. It's difficult to say whether it's world music or jazz orMediterranean groove. Whatever it is, there's not a bad track or misstep on this CD. At times the music sounds like mid-70s Miles, at others like Gabriele Mirabassi's beautiful "Latkia Blend" CD, and at yet other times like some of the most evocative Mediterranean cafe music. It expresses Middle Eastern and North African landscapes, then shifts into almost straight ahead jazz. With more than ten musicians of diverse talants, "Tangerine Cafe" continually unfolds new surprises and stands up to many repeated spins on the player.
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