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3.05 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Preludio (0:52)
2. Teatro do Mar (5:29)
3. Waiting for th Kundalini (7:42)
4. Tammurriata (4:11)
5. Ragillek ya Bladi (7:47)
6. Andalusiana (4:13)
7. Spezie (2:58)
8. Su Naraghe (9:32)
9. Breathing with the Lotus (6:41)
10. To the Light House (6:14)
11. Amorgos (Remix) (6:40)

Total Time: 62:19

Line-up / Musicians

- Mario Pio Mancini / bouzuki, violin
- Rodolfo Maltese / guitars
- Arnaldo Vacca / percussions
- Carlo Mezzanotte / keyboards
- Luca Barberini / bass
- Pierluigi Calderoni / drums

Guest musicians:
- Lester Bowie / trumpet
- Enzo Gragnaniello / vocals
- Nando Citarella / vocals, tammorra
- Antonio Magli / keyboards
- Antonello Ricci / bagpipes
- Pivio / "Amorgos" remix

Releases information

CD Il Manifesto-CD 057-Ita (2000)

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INDACO Spezie Live ratings distribution

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Review by andrea
3 stars This live album has a strong and spicy Mediterranean flavour. Indaco is a side-project of BMS' guitarist Rodolfo Maltese and features also former BMS' drummer Pierluigi Calderoni, but their music is very different from BMS'. Indaco perform a kind of lush ethno-prog music, taking you in a musical journey all around the Mediterranean Sea, from Naples to Andalusia, from Sardinia to Arab countries... Violin and ethnical instruments like bouzouki, tammorra or zampogna a "paro" are blended with more recent "jazzy" sounds. The pieces are ethereal and diluted giving ample room to showcase the virtuosity of the musicians. Every now and again the music reminds me of some works of Al Di Meola, though here the guitar is not the "main attraction" and you can enjoy a great interaction between all the instruments. In my opinion particularly good are "Su Nuraghe" and "To The Light House". Although I don't think that this is an essential album in a prog collection, it's worth listen to...

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