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Ferdinando Farao

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Released: 2015
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Facelift: Prelude; Facelift; Kings and Queens; Noisette; Dedicated to You But You Weren't Listening; Mousetrap; Moon in June.

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Marco Fior, Marco Mariani, Giovanni Sansone: trombe; Francesca Petrolo: trombone; Alex Sabina, Felice Clemente: sax soprano; Paolo Profeti, Massimo Falascone: sax contralto; Rosarita Crisafi, Germano Zenga: sax tenore; Rudi Manzoli: sax baritono; Simone Mauri: clarinetto basso; Carlo Nicita: flauto; Eloisa Manera: violino; Paolo Botti: viola; Beppe Barbera: piano elettrico; Massimo Giuntoli: piano elettrico e organo; Mariangela Tandoi: fisarmonica; Giampiero Spina: chitarra elettrica; Flavio Minardo: chitarra elettrica e sitar; Gianluca Alberti: basso elettrico; Stefano Lecchi: batteria; Lorenzo Gasperoni: percussioni; Naima Faraò, Giusy Lupis, Serena Ferrara, Filippo Pascuzzi: voci; Ferdinando Faraò: direzione.


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