Sacred Hearts – Delone

Sacred Hearts – Delone

Scenarios that, elsewhere, seen by eyes not so different, they could be configured merely from the perspective of tex-mex, but which are not only redolent of dust and spurs. A slice of Italy, an American, a sound conquistadors who do not colonize, but they own certain influences and build a soundtrack not purely cinematic. A uniqueness that is the prerogative of the Sacred Hearts as Italian musicians yet citizens of the world, one of the few truly worthy of being considered nowadays cosmopolitans. By Douglas and Dawn (2011) to Rosario (2012), the path of band Antonio Gramentieri became subject to various changes and maturation very irresistible, and Delone reaches another peak, resulting in a circle of small stories interconnected them surfing espionage by the Mexican colors (Bendigo), tribalism made Moog and Farfisa (Madalena), nine bags as serenades melancholic (Keeping it goodbye in Rome),

refinements lounge accelerated, with a make from the beach (The Marabina), if not full of sensuality belle epoque (Cagliostro Blues), jazz digressions (El Comisario), folk narratives as a kind of post-modern (Billy Strange) contrasted with catatonic and prison spoken word (Snake Charmer) and silent whistles and murmurs (Take me away), if not synergistic grooves (Serge) which focuses the thread to another vital role, the one held by the voice of Carla Lippis, new entry that permeates saudade brasileira a seductive dance, favors the exotic trend, sexy, a rumba in French as Seuls ensemble, sings the blues made from cadenced rhythms, maracas and glockenspiel music production, like dancing (on the Other Side of Town), and breaks out in ballads typically westerniane, the title track in which the spirit of Nancy Sinatra seems to go hand in hand even with a certain country. A fascinating picture, international in effect, to Delone ??a framework to be admired over and over again, and which sees guests like Marc Ribot, Evan Lurie (The Lounge Lizards), Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth) a fitting touch of class. For the umpteenth center by Cuori.che Sacred opposes the jam session of 7 Indian, folk hangover Frowning Odd Days Nights, lopsided much as the wind instruments emphasize the spiritual blues crescendo of In the Blink of an Eye, progressive and noise shook Drizzling Sand, the electro-stomp’n roll, slightly stereolabiano.di Cheap Chores, while the Womb of Nowhere purely dreamy part and then give rise to a mood band and Behind the Sun is the poignant

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