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1 Sep 2016

Pino Daniele “Pino Daniele” 1979 second album









































Pino Daniele “Pino Daniele” 1979 excellent second album by Pino 

Napolitano Pino Daniele (19 March 1955 – 4 January 2015) 

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From 1979, this is Pino’s 2nd solo album, and what a beauty it is. 12 tracks that have a great Mediteranean and at the same time Worldly feel when you listen to them. His 1st album mostly being influenced by Pino’s Napolitan heritage, his 2nd starts to show his interest in other musical cultures (latin, jazz, blues). 
You can still hear that his roots were planted in Naples, but with this album he starts to stretch his musical style. ‘Chillo e nu buono guaglione’ has a nice Latin feel to it, 'ue man!’ is a very cool an bluesy track. 
On this album Pino starts to develop his unique style of world music that is so charactaristic for the rest of his career. That is what makes this album a key album in his repertoire, and therefore a 'must have’! 

Biography 

Daniele was born to a working-class family in Naples, his father being a port worker. A self-taught guitarist, he began his career as a musician playing for other successful singers of the 1970s. His debut in the Italian music world was in 1977 with the album Terra mia, which proved to be a successful mix of Neapolitan tradition and Blues sounds. Daniele defined his music with the term “tarumbò”, which indicated a mix of tarantella, blues and rumba. His lyrics also attracted critical praise: written and sung in an intense Neapolitan, they contained strong though bitter accusations against the social injustices of Naples, as well as Italian society in general, and included melancholic personal themes. Several of the later songs are characterized by a free intermingling of English, Italian and Neapolitan passages. 

Daniele’s talent was confirmed on the following album Pino Daniele (1979). He scored his greatest success in 1980, with Nero a metà (“Half-Black Skinned”), which was noted by some authorities as the hallmark of the rebirth of Neapolitan song. In that year Daniele opened the Bob Marley concert at the San Siro stadium in Milan. In 1981 Vai Mo was released. The presence of some of the most renowned musicians of the Neapolitan musical milieu, including James Senese, Enzo Avitabile, Tullio De Piscopo and Tony Esposito, as session men on his albums has also been widely praised. 

In 1982, Daniele shifted to a personal and early version of world music: in Bella 'mbriana musicians such as Alphonso Johnson and Wayne Shorter appeared as guest players. In the following year Daniele held a concert in Havana, and later formed a Latin-American band. In 1983 Daniele collaborated with the American singer/guitarist Richie Havens on Common Ground, an album written and played together. His interest in Arabic music is emphasized on Bonne Soirée (1987), while the subsequent Schizzechea With Love (1988) was more Mediterranean-oriented. In the same year he started a collaboration with the Italian actor and director Massimo Troisi: Daniele completed the soundtracks for Troisi’s films Le vie del Signore sono finite and Pensavo fosse amore invece era un calesse. 

Non calpestare i fiori nel deserto, released in Spring 1995, is an attempt to revive inspiration through African and Ethnic influences, and sold more than 800,000 copies. The subsequent tour ended with a double date with Jazz guitarist Pat Metheny. 

In 2010, Daniele played at Crossroads Guitar Festival, called by his friend Eric Clapton at Toyota Park in Chicago, playing with Joe Bonamassa and Robert Randolph. In 2011, he performed in concert with Clapton at Cava dei Tirreni stadium. 

Daniele died of a heart attack on 4 January 2015, at Sant'Eugenio Hospital in Rome. 

Cover 
Many artists recorded cover versions of Pino Daniele’s songs: among others, Sarah Jane Morris (Alleria on album Cello Song ), Randy Crawford (Quanno chiove, in English It’s Raining, on album Through the Eyes of Love ), Patricia Marx (Quanno chiove, in Portuguese Quando chove, on album Charme do mundo ), Marisa Monte (E po’ che fa, in Portuguese Bem que se quis, on album MM), and Issac Delgado (Quando, on album Malecon 

Acoustic Guitar [Chitarra Acustica, Chitarra Classica], Electric Guitar [Chitarra Elettrica], Guitar [Chitarra Di Vanessa], Mandolin [Mandolino, Mandoloncello], Harmonica [Armonica] – Pino Daniele 
Artwork By [Coperina Di] – Cesare E Wanda Monti 
Bass [Basso Elettrico], Double Bass [Contrabbasso] – Rino Zurzolo 
Drums [Batteria] – Agostino Marangolo 
Engineer [Tecnico Del Suono] – Franco Patrignani 
Keyboards [Tastiere] – Ernesto Vitolo 
Management – Willy David 
Management [Personal Manager] – Joseph Lodato 
Mixed By [Tecnico Di Missaggio] – Alan Goldberg* 
Music By [Musiche], Words By [Testi], Arranged By [Arrangiamenti] – Pino Daniele 
Percussion [Percussioni], Vibraphone [Vibrafono] – Rosario Jermano 
Producer [Prodotto Da] – Willy David 
Producer [Produzione In Sala Di Registrazione] – Marcello Todaro 
Saxophone [Sax] – James Senese 

Discography 
Studio albums 
Terra mia (1977) 
Pino Daniele (1979) 
Nero a metà (1980) 
Vai mò (1981) ( ITA : Gold ) 
Bella 'mbriana (1982) 
Musicante (1984) 
Ferryboat (1985) ( ITA : Platinum ) 
Bonne soirée (1987) 
Schizzechea with love (1988) ( ITA : Platinum ) 
Mascalzone latino (1989) ( ITA : Platinum 
Un uomo in blues (1991) ( ITA : Platinum ) 
Sotto 'o sole (1992) 
Che Dio ti benedica (1993) 
Non calpestare i fiori nel deserto (1995) ( ITA : 8x Platinum ) 
Dimmi cosa succede sulla terra (1997) ( ITA : 10x Platinum ) 
Come un gelato all'equatore (1999) ( ITA : 3x Platinum ) 
Medina (2001) ( ITA : 3x Platinum ) 
Passi d'autore (2004, Pino Daniele Project) ( ITA : 2x Platinum ) 
Iguana cafè (2005) 
Il mio nome è Pino Daniele e vivo qui (2007) 
Ricomincio da 30 (2008, triple anthology) ( ITA : Platinum ) 
Electric jam (2009) ( ITA : Platinum ) 
Boogie Boogie man (2010) 
La Grande Madre (2012) 

Live albums 

1984 – Sció live (EMI Italiana, 64 2402723)
1994 – E sona mo’ (CGD 4509 94253 2)
2002 – Concerto Medina Tour 2001 (RCA 743219129222)
2003 – In tour (con Francesco De Gregori, Fiorella Mannoia e Ron) (Blue Drag Records/BMG Ricordi 5099751027225) ( ITA : Platinum )
2006 – Pino Daniele Live @ RTSI
2013 – Tutta n'ata storia - Vai mo’ - Live in Napoli (Blue Drag Records 88765440542) 

Compilation albums 

1986 – Musica musica (EMI Italiana)
1990 – Tra musica e magia (EMI Italiana)
1995 – Passa 'o tiempo e che fa - I primi anni (EMI Italiana)
1997 – Voglio 'o mare
1998 – Yes I Know My Way (Warner Music Italy) ( ITA : 7x Platinum )
2000 – Studio Collection, Le origini (EMI Italiana)
2000 – Napule è (CGD East West) ( ITA : Gold )
2002 – Amore senza fine (Warner Music Italy)
2004 – The Platinum Collection (EMI Italiana)
2005 – Studio Collection (EMI Italiana)
2006 – Pino Daniele D.O.C.
2006 – Tutto Daniele - Che male c'è (Waner Music Italy)
2008 – Ricomincio da 30 (Sony Music)
2008 – The Platinum Collection: The Early Years (EMI Italiana)
2008 – I grandi successi - Pino Daniele (Warner Music Italy) 

Soundtracks 

1988 – Le vie del Signore sono finite (EMI Italiana, 50 7900981) 

Singles 

1976 – “Ca calore” (EMI Italiana, 3C 006 18189)
1977 – “Napule è ” (EMI Italiana, 3C 006 18207)
1979 – “Je so’ pazzo” (EMI Italiana, 3C 006 18417)
1980 – “Nun me scoccià” (EMI Italiana, 3C 006 18430)
1984 – “Keep on Movin’” (Polydor, 881 508-7)
1984 – “Yes I Know My Way” (Polydor, 821 251-7)
1985 – “Ferryboat” (EMI Italiana, 14-2013016)
1987 – “Watch Out” (EMI Italiana, 14-2020356)
1988 – “Tell Me Now” (EMI Italiana, 060-20 3281 6)
1988 – “Jesce juorno/Tell Me Now” (Bagaria, 086 2028612)
1991 – “'O scarrafone” (CGD, 9031 73363-7)
1998 – “Senza peccato” (CGD East West, 3984 24270-0)
2006 – “Narcisista in azione” (Sony Music, 82876788362)
2007 – “Rhum and coca”
2008 – “Anema e core”
2008 – “'O munn va/L'ironia di sempre/Acqua 'e rose”
2009 – “Il sole dentro me” (con J-Ax)
2009 – “Dimentica”
2010 – “Boogie Boogie Man”
2012 – “Melodramma”
2012 – “Niente è come prima”
2012 – “Due scarpe”
2013 – “Non si torna indietro” 

References 

“Addio Pino Daniele, il direttore Asl della Capitale: "È morto ieri sera al Sant'Eugenio di Roma”“. Rainews.it. 27 November 2013. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
"Pat Metheny fa cantare 'Je so pazzo’ alla sua chitarra”. Video.repubblica.it. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
“Pino Daniele con Joe Bonamassa al festival di Eric Clapton”. Video.repubblica.it. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
“Pino Daniele ed Eric Clapton: quella notte a Cava dei Tirreni”. Panorama.it. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
“Pino Daniele è morto”. Soundsblog.it. 5 January 2015. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
“Annuncio di eros ramazzotti - E’ morto Pino Daniele”. Ilsecoloxix.it. 2 August 2012. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
“Original versions of Alleria written by Sarah Jane Morris”. SecondHandSongs.com. 25 October 2011. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
“Randy Crawford - Through The Eyes Of Love (CD, Album)”. Discogs.com. 29 December 2015. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
André Arteiro (30 August 2013). “Fã-Clube Oficial Patricia Marx: MORREU PINO DANIELE, AUTOR DE "QUANDO CHOVE”“. Fcsimplesmentepaty.blogspot.it. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
"Pino Daniele, Marisa Monte rifà 'E po’ che fa’ in portoghese”. Video.repubblica.it. Retrieved 10 January 2016.

Tracklist:

01. Je Sto Vicino A Te (3:46)
02. Chi Tene O Mare (2:47)
03. Basta Na Jurnata E Sole (3:36)
04. Je So Pazzo (3:01)
05. Ninnananinnande (4:17)
06. Chillo E Nu Buono Guaglione (2:49)
07. Ue Man! (4:45)
08. Donna Cuncetta (3:54)
09. Il Mare (3:45)
10. Viento (1:38)
11. Putesse Essere Allero (3:47)
12. E Cerca E Me Capi (2:29)

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