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  • Performer: Mamma Non Piangere
  • Title: N.3
  • Category: Jazz / Rock
  • Date of release: 2016
  • Music style: Alternative Rock, Art Rock, Jazz-Rock, Folk Rock, Parody
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes 551
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Spostamenti
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
2 Valvole
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
3 Finestrino
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
4 Sognavo
Lyrics By [From Mario Marenco's Poetry] – Mario MarencoMusic By – Tommaso Leddi
5 Ai Confini Della Realtà
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
6 La Suite
Lyrics By – Lorenzo LeddiMusic By – Luca Perreca
7 Troppo Volanti
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
8 Ten Joy Man
Lyrics By – Paolo VicarioMusic By – Lorenzo Leddi
9 Domani (Cicche Sull'Asfalto Oppure Un Altro Titolo)
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
10 Sotto Di Noi
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
11 Hanno Suonato (Omaggio a Michel Polnareff)
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
12 A Torino
Lyrics By, Music By – Lorenzo Leddi
13 Siamo La Banda
Lyrics By – Paolo VicarioMusic By – Tommaso Leddi

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Ginger Studio
  • Recorded At – Frasca Studio
  • Recorded At – Studio Barzan
  • Recorded At – Leddi Zeppelin Studios


  • Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax], Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Voice – Maurizio Del Monaco
  • Bass – Walter Prati
  • Bass Tuba, Trombone – Fabio Prina (tracks: 13)
  • Cello, Bass, Voice – Luca Perreca
  • Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax], Baritone Saxophone [Baritone Sax], Voice – Roberto Meroni
  • Drums – Ferdinando Faraò
  • Edited By [Editing] – Lorenzo Leddi
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin [Saulosound Mandolin], Banjo, Keyboards, Accordion [Accordeon], Mandocello, Sounds, Voice – Lorenzo Leddi
  • Graphics [Booklet] – Silvana Valagussa
  • Graphics [Cover] – Laura Agostinelli
  • Guest, Keyboards – Carlo Battaini (tracks: 1, 3, 8)
  • Guest, Percussion, Sounds – Tommaso Leddi (tracks: 13)
  • Illustration [Drawing] – Mario Leddi
  • Liner Notes – Moni Ovadia
  • Mastered By – Udi Koomran
  • Mixed By [Mixing] – Massimo Mariani
  • Producer [Production] – Lorenzo Leddi, Luca Perreca
  • Recorded By [Frasca Studio] – Andrea Imelio
  • Recorded By [Leddi Zeppelin Studios] – Lorenzo Leddi
  • Recorded By [Studio Barzan] – Andrea Ferrario, Massimo Mariani, Stefano Barzan
  • Translated By [Translation] – Judith Mundell (tracks: 4 to 6, 11 to 13)
  • Voice – Laura Agostinelli
  • Written-By – Lorenzo Leddi (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 7, 9 to 12), Luca Perreca (tracks: 6), Paolo Vicario (tracks: 8, 13), Tommaso Leddi (tracks: 4, 8, 13)


Subtitled: "Tredici canconi che cambieranno* la vostra vita". *In peggio. ["Thirteen songs that will change* your life". *For the worse.]

Cat.# is ALT-051 on spines; ALT051 on disc.

6-panel Digipak with 16 pp booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0634065204938
  • Barcode (Scanned): 634065204938
  • Matrix / Runout: HR-8959-ALT051-A63577
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LZ59
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AHK07
  • Rights Society: SIAE

Comments: (1)
The musical coop ‘The Orchestra’, whereof I have been vice-president for years, made its debut in 1974. Progressive rock activists associated to the European movement Rock in Opposition, like the legendary ‘Stormy Six/Macchina Maccheronica’, jazz players of the experimental area like Guido Mazzon and Tony Rusconi, music groups more explicitly political like ‘Quarto Stato’, traditional music teams like ‘Tecún Umán’ and also the small orchestra I led and created – the ‘Gruppo Folk Internazional’e then become ‘Ensemble Havadià’, were all part of it.One day at the co-op, the group ‘Mamma non piangere’, composed by very young, snarky and dazed musicians of great value, made its appearance as a March wind-blown gust. The ‘Mamma non piangere’ launched a wacky genre long before the ‘Skiantos’ or ‘Elio e le Storie Tese’ debuted on the Italian scene. Their concert was overwhelming and soundly à la Zappa, the songs built on musically irresistible nonsense texts.Throughout a performance in the performance, that is selling liquorice rolls by Perfetti or Caremoli during breaks, they financed their first album ‘Music, livestock and wealth’ and co-financed, integrating the investment of a Swiss producer, the second one ‘Always going ahead with our eyes firmly closed’. On the cover of the latest, the picture of the only spaceman from communist Germany portrayed upside down stood out. In Central Europe the sale of liquorice at one mark per piece was not only highly profitable, but it also led to irresistible hilarity. Unluckily, the ‘Mamma’ did not have the success and the distribution they greatly deserved.Luckily, thirty five years on, they come back with a new album that, in my opinion, should be a must, not to be missed in a serious record collection, either private, media or public.Today, the ‘Mamma non piangere’ musicians, led by Lorenzo Leddi are ‘serious gentlemen’ at their 50 plus. Some of them, the trombonist Luca Bonvini, who was as well my colleague, passed away too soon, his puzzling lunacy did not protect him, but the group in itself did not lose even one ounce of its wonderful sheen, brightly off the wall. Their mocking craziness à la Zappa gained strength and classical nature, their texts poetics has become urgent as sense of nonsense, their tunes are impeccably built as brilliant songs, enriched by never groundless quotations. Their young, but impeccable and inspired singer Laura Agostinelli sings them with rarefied pertinence as best as possible.
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