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Mauro Pagani - Domani album mp3

Performer: Mauro Pagani
Title: Domani
Country: Europe
Released: 2003
Style: Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Ballad
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 252
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Mauro Pagani was a founding member of that band, playing flute and violin and adding backing vocals. He left the band in 1976 and launched a solo career. While I loved his first, self-titled album his subsequent solo outings and soundtracks haven't done that much for me. I recently added his 2003 album "Domani" to my collection. What a great way to rediscover Mauro Pagani! Unlike previous albums this one is not entirely in Italian. Pagani switches back and forth between Italian and English, often in the same song.

Band Name Mauro Pagani. Other productions from Mauro Pagani. Creuza de Mä. Domani. Music StyleProg Folk. Members owning this album0.

Mauro Pagani (born February 5, 1946) is an Italian musician and singer. Pagani was born in Chiari, Lombardy. A t, he made his debut in the music world in 1970 as violinist and founding member of the progressive rock band Premiata Forneria Marconi. In 1977 he left the band to follow a solo career, but in 2003 rejoined for a celebrative concert.

Album by Mauro Pagani. Parole A Caso (featuring Morgan). The Big Nothing (featuring Raiz). Fine Febbraio (featuring Ligabue).

Artist: Mauro Pagani. Tra le nuvole e il mare. passano i sogni di tutti. passa il sole ogni giorno. Dove sarò domani? Dove sarò? Tra le nuvole e il mare. c’è una stazione di posta. uno straccio di stella messa lì a consolare. sul sentiero infinito.

Mauro Pagani (Chiari, 5 febbraio 1946) è un musicista, polistrumentista e cantante italiano. Ha fatto parte della Premiata Forneria Marconi e ha collaborato con molti altri autori e musicisti italiani, fra cui Fabrizio De André. E' anche autore di colonne sonore, come Sogno di una notte d'estate e Puerto Escondido di Gabriele Salvatores.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Domani 4:10
2 Per Sempre 4:16
3 Parole A Caso
Vocals, Piano, Keyboards – Morgan
2:38
4 The Big Nothing
Bass – Ash Performer [Grooves] – D. RadVocals – Raiz
5:34
5 Frontefreddo 3:44
6 Nessuno 4:09
7 Fine Febbraio
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Luciano Ligabue
3:36
8 Sarà Vero 3:14
9 Alibumayé
Vocals – Raiz
4:44
10 Gli Occhi Grandi 3:44
11 Quiero 3:16
12 Psyco P. 3:14
13 Ding Ding 1:44

Notes

The catalog # appears as NUN0148862 on the rear cover but as NUN 0148862 on the spine. The NunFlower logo appears on the spine while all three label names/logos appear on the rear cover.

Made in E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 029758 488621
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media productions A382683-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L572
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9709

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NUN0149192 Mauro Pagani Domani ‎(CD, Album, Lim) NunFlower Srl NUN0149192 Europe 2003
DM4060-02 Mauro Pagani Domani ‎(CD, Album, RE) Discmedi Blau DM4060-02 Spain 2005


Reviews (1)
Morlurne
I'm a huge fan of Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM). Mauro Pagani was a founding member of that band, playing flute and violin and adding backing vocals. He left the band in 1976 and launched a solo career. While I loved his first, self-titled album his subsequent solo outings and soundtracks haven't done that much for me. I recently added his 2003 album "Domani" to my collection. What a great way to rediscover Mauro Pagani! Unlike previous albums this one is not entirely in Italian. Pagani switches back and forth between Italian and English, often in the same song. Much like his first album Pagani displays his talents in a diversity of styles. His vocals have a rough, hoarse edge nowadays and are often in a deeper range than his early albums. The tracks range from rock-edged ballads like Domani (Italian for Tomorrow), to the African-influenced Per Siempre (Forever), to the folky, acoustic Gli Occhi Grandito (The Big Eyes), to the affected alternative sound of The Big Nothing, with it's electronic instrumentation and partially spoken, partially sung lyrics. The Big Nothing is the only song with no Italian lyrics. It's primarily in English with one section in French. At times he sounds like an Italian Peter Gabriel. Despite the variety of styles this album is a lot more even than Pagani's first solo effort which I still love. It's more cohesive and all seems to fit together. If you're looking for the progressive rock of PFM you won't find it here. This album has a modern, somewhat softer sound. It's still brilliant and definitely represents a bit of a different direction for Pagani. Some tracks are better than others but overall this album is the best Pagani has done in many years. -Caitlyn Martin

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