Lucio Battisti - Anima Latina mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Rock / Pop|
|Style:||Soft Rock, Ballad, Prog Rock|
|Date of release:||1974|
|MP3 album size:||1818 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1437 mb|
|Digital formats:||AC3 AAC DXD MOD APE RA AC3|
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Anima latina (Latin soul) is an album by the Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti. It was released in December 1974 by Numero Uno. The album was arranged and produced by the lyricist Mogol and Battisti in its entirety, with performances by various semi-unknown musicians. It is considered one of Battisti's masterpieces for signalling a significant departure from his previous records. Anima latina was Italy's eighth best-selling album of 1975.
Anima Latina (LP, Album, Dif). Numero Uno. 2155 AS. Germany. Anima Latina (LP, Album, Gat).
Lucio Battisti is the first album by the Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti. It was released in March 1969 by Dischi Ricordi. The album was Italy's third best selling album in 1969. All lyrics written by Mogol; all music composed by Lucio Battisti, except where noted. Un'avventura" (An Adventure) − 3:10. 29 settembre" (29th September) − 3:30. La mia canzone per Maria" (My Song for Maria) − 3:10. Nel sole, nel vento, nel sorriso e nel pianto" (My Father Told Me) − 2:46.
Anima Latina is the most ambitious album of Lucio Battisti's career. Inspired by a trip to South America Battisti and Mogol undertook in early 1974, with this record they clearly intended to challenge every aspect of the mainstream Italian pop of which they were considered the very epitome. Anima Latina combines '70s progressive rock with Latin American music and some of the most cerebral Mogol lyrics to date.
Anima Latina Sony/Bmg Italy 1998. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached. Lucio Battisti - Anima Latina Italy - Import. Anima Latina" is oft-cited as Lucio Battisti's most progressive effort and also as his finest album. I personally cannot agree with the latter but I certainly agree that the album is something unique and special. By this time Battisti had released several commercially and artistically successful albums morphing from the pop/songwriter of the 1960s to more complicated work in the early 70s as he crossed over into RPI territory to some extent. With the release of "Anima Latina" he offered his most experimental work to date and frankly blew minds and expectations at the.
Anima Latina by Lucio Battisti" managed to break through this barrier. I don’t want to oversell the album based on that fact alone. Battisti comes from Italy, which is not exactly far away from the influence of English music and was himself heavily influenced by popular American and English artists of the 60s and 70s (Especially progressive rock, just listen to the ending of Anonimo ). While there are still a lot of familiar instruments and styles everyone has heard somewhere, Anima Latina really differentiates itself from western music.
Album by Lucio Battisti. Abbracciala, abbracciali, abbracciati. Gli uomini celesti (ripresa). Separazione naturale. MusicBrainz: Anima Latina.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import. Lucio Battisti Format: Vinyl. This is all you need to know. However, just a few words: This album is totally ahead of its time - at least for what was being recorded and produced in Italy in 1974. One track more interesting then the other. Battisti arranged it. I can just imagine Lucio's direction: "Play this trombone part like s. "Give me some more funk to the electric guitar on this part. No, don't give me the same standard drum beat here, make it stand out like you are producing a whole album based on the drums.
Interesting Italian Art Pop album. Wasn’t particularly blown away on my first listen (maybe because I was listening to it late at night with a headache like an idiot), but there are a lot of elements in much of the music that artistically pops out to me (no pun intended). A lot of the synths on here are really well done along with the instrumentation.