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Due Parole Import

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Amore Di Plastica
  2. Questa Notte Una Lucciola
  3. Sulla Mia Pelle
  4. Posso Essere Felice
  5. Lingua A Sonagli
  6. Non Ti Ho Mai Chiesto
  7. Vorrei Dire
  8. Stonato
  9. Nell' Apparenza
  10. Semplicita
  11. Quello Che Sento
  12. Fino A Quando


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 5, 1999)
  • Imported ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Polydor Italy
  • ASIN: B00000IPO0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #856,257 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Just as Athena sprang adult and armed off Jupiter's head, Carmen Consoli's debut album in 1996 was a sort of parthenogenesis: barely 20, yet mature and wise. She plays her guitar like a long run lover, now melodic then angry, melancholic (though never easily romantic) in the end. She keeps in mind the whole lesson she learned on rock (needless to say: Janis, the Stones, Kurt, Bob and so on) and italian pop as well (Amore Di Plastica and Fino A Quando would be worth Mina's feature), but she's able to work out her very own way. Lingua A Sonagli, Non Ti Ho Mai Chiesto, Quello Che Sento sound CONSOLIESQUE, you couldn't get wrong listening to them: that's her, "the best thing happened in italian rock in the last four years".
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Carmen Consoli is a songwriter, she is a woman, she's from Sicily, a land where girls, in general, are still suffering of some social pressures stating that women should deliver children and not best selling albums. Emerging from this underground environment, Carmen proposes her style, which is simple, scratching, deep. Artists from Sicily have to fight first of all to impose their creativity, and later to convince the rest of the country that they are not only limited to "Sicilian".
In Italy, when you are ready to sell yourself, record companies send you to the Sanremo Festival, which is the best place where a young artist can jump into heaven or being smashed for good. Carmen followed the same path and people warmly welcomed her song, whereas watching by curious eye this little girl who looked like a boy, with her short hair and with that huge guitar on her arms. The most important thing was being noticed, Carmen didn't failed, so that on the same year she released her first album, "Due Parole" (Two Words), including her Sanremo Festival's debut single "Amore di Plastica" (Plastic Love), which is the one and only catchy song on this CD (and I'm not saying this as a negative thing).
The production seems to limit on purpose Carmen's talent, especially in most of the arrangements, which are still very classical and almost acoustical, at this stage. Nothing to do with her following works, such as "Mediamente Isterica" (Averagely hysterical), where noisy electric guitars cover her voice and create a messy positive and powerful energy.
"Due Parole" is quiet, introspective, sometimes difficult to listen too. Although some songs are very enjoyable, as "Quello che sento" (What I feel) and "Fino a quando" (Until when), I would not suggest to a potential buyer to get this CD first.
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