Francesco Guccini - Folk Beat N°1 FLAC album
Francesco Guccini – Folk Beat N°1. Label: EMI Music Italy – 00946-384790-2-4.
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Francesco Guccini 's seminal debut album makes its author's intentions clear from its very title: to create a modern brand of Italian protest/folk music in the vein of Bob Dylan or Phil Ochs. Indeed, the sound of this album faithfully re-creates that of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan or All the News That's Fit to Sing : a base made of two acoustic guitars, one strummed and the other playing licks or arpeggios, ubiquitous harmonica flourishes, and the occasional tambourine. The album closes with the extraordinary suite "Il Sociale e l'Antisociale," a back-to-back antithetical portrait of 1960s Italian youth, showcasing Guccini 's talent for depicting both sides of the coin with verve, righteous anger, and intelligence and irony to spare.
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Folk beat n°1 (1967) is the first album of Italian singer-songwriter Francesco Guccini. It was published under the name "Francesco" alone.
Francesco Guccini is one of the most admired of the Italian cantautori of the 1970s, part of a generation that changed the face and principles of Italian popular music. Among peers such as Fabrizio de André, Francesco De Gregori, Lucio Dalla, or Paolo Conte, Guccini stands out for his fiercely uncompromising stance, which has translated into a career of remarkable aesthetic and ideological coherence . Guccini's first album, Folk Beat No. 1, was released in 1967 and it went largely unnoticed, even if it contained some of what would eventually become Guccini's most famous songs, such as "Auschwitz" and "In Morte di . better known as "Canzone per una Amica").
|1||Noi Non Ci Saremo|
|2||In Morte Di S.F.|
|5||La Canzone Del Bambino Nel Vento (Auschwitz)|
|8||Il 3 Dicembre Del '39|
|9||La Ballata Degli Annegati|
|10||Il Sociale e L'Antisociale|
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