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The Bluvertigo Crisis after Paletti, Giusto and Beatrice Antolini
It was 1999, and on TV and in the radio the song was to become one of the most popular songs of the electropop bands around Morgan and Andy. They have created a very personal and exciting version of the famous Bluvertigo song, led by the bass of the singer-songwriter from Brescia and accompanied by a live recording from the recording studios.
"I' ve wanted to play with Giusto and Beatrice for a long time," says Paletti. "Both have often played live with intensity and transport, intelligence and technique. Bluvertigo," he continues, "was a very important group for all three and it was interesting to visit "La Crisi" again and get to know each other from the human side through music.
"The Crisis" is a very topical and very intelligent song. Paletti, née Pietro Paletti (Brescia, 1980), is freshly signed to Sugar Music, Caterina Caselli's record label, which released the acclaimed debut record "Ergo Sum". The Ergo Sum that Paletti will go on the road in May is a self-portrait, a self-treatment, a self-timer, a diary page: it is 100% Paletti, the story of a "self" that becomes that of a "us", individualism that has been laid as the foundation for a change that will be collective.
Change as a revival after the crisis. A crisis that, as Bluvertigo sang, is by no means crazy: it is an excess of clarity.
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Watch a course on guitar from the ground up. Watch a course on guitar from the ground up. The third track of the Zero Ovvero - Ovvero La Famosa Negicata Dell'85 Bluvertigos 1999 record, La Crisi is the title of the snowfall that hit most of Italy in 1985.
Aged 33, multi-instrumentalist: piano, guitar, drums, clarinet. He studied music theory and soloeggio at the Cherubini Conservatory in Florence. Since 1997 he has been organist at the Basilica of Santa Maria del Sasso in Bibbiena (AR).