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"Dresden" by Francesco Lo Castro

From the album

Chasing Beauty
Record Label: Flocastro Records
By Francesco Lo Castro
Released: 2014

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Fiona's Comments

Radiant, Roma, gypsy-like, vespa scooters and Avion Travel in the breeze. #lighttravel #chebello

About the Album

"Dresden" was written while visiting the eponymous city. The Berlin Wall had fallen and as such, there was this sense of naiveté. The song reflects the pace of a train...the pace of traveling...and the impressions the city left upon the musician.

Personnel: Francesco Lo Castro: nylon strings, acoustic and electric guitars, piano, congas, tambourine and drums; Fulvio Sigurta’: trumpet, flugelhorn; Noa Bodner: vocals, harmonica; Dora Maria: violin; Joe Fowler: flute; Maurizio Minardi: accordion, sax; Svetlana Savvina: double bass; Dado Pasqualini: percussions; Sophie Alloway: drums; Saverio Gerardi: drums.

Track Listing

Dresden; Father; Sahara; As It Is; Love; May 2011; If I; Embrace; Dark Smiles; Bunch of Houses and Wonderful Memories; Nino and Dunia; Peter Pan.

Personnel

Francesco Lo Castro: nylon strings, acoustic and electric guitars, piano, congas, tambourine and drums (8,11); Fulvio Sigurta’: trumpet, flugelhorn; Noa Bodner: vocals, harmonica; Dora Maria: violin; Joe Fowler: flute; Maurizio Minardi: accordion, sax; Svetlana Savvina: doublebass; Dado Pasqualin: percussions; Sophie Alloway: drums (2,4, 6, 10); Saverio Gerardi: drums (1,3,9,12).

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Date featured

December 29, 2014

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