Parigi-Lisbona

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Parigi-Lisbona
Live album by Area
Released 1996
Recorded Fête de l’Humanité, Paris
Festa do Avante, Lisboa 1976
Genre Jazz fusion
Progressive rock
Length 56:59
65:06 (2002 reissue)
Label Cramps Records
Producer Area
Area chronology
Concerto Teatro Uomo
(1996)
Parigi-Lisbona
(1996)
Gioia e Rivoluzione
(1996)

Parigi-Lisbona is a live album by Italian Jazz fusion band Area released in 1996 and recorded in 1976 in Paris and Lisbon, while the band was supporting their third album "Crac!". In the Paris section of the CD, Demetrio Stratos announces himself the songs in French, and even sings "La Mela di Odessa" as "La Pomme de Odessa". Just like the other phostmous release "Concerto Teatro Uomo", "Parigi-Lisbona" received some critics due to the sound quality of the recordings, and due to the fact that some tracks contain edits. This album in 2002 was repackaged with other phostomous live album "Concerto Teatro Uomo" on the boxset "Live Concerts Box". This second version contains two bonus tracks (not taken from either concert).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "L'Elefante Bianco" – 5:23
  2. "Megalopoli" – 8:09
  3. "La Mela di Odessa" – 8:59
  4. "Lobotomia" – 4:13
  5. "Presentation Concerts Lisboa" – 3:27
  6. "Arbeit Macht Frei" – 8:28
  7. "Cometa Rossa" - 7:17
  8. "Luglio, Agosto, Settembre (Nero)" – 6:52
  9. "L'Internazionale" – 4:15

Bonus tracks on the "Live Concerts Box"[edit]

  1. "Zizina Zamirizar" – 5:00
  2. "Canto dei Pastori" – 3:07

Tracks 1-4 from Paris, 5-9 from Lisbon

Personnel[edit]

  • Giulio Capiozzo - drums, percussion
  • Patrizio Fariselli - electric piano, piano, clarinet, synthesizer
  • Demetrio Stratos - vocals, organ, clavicembalo, steel drums, percussion
  • Ares Tavolazzi - bass, trombone
  • Giampaolo Tofani - guitar, synthesizer, flute

References[edit]