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Baroni Vittore / Rossi Manitù, Hrsg.
Tinnitus Tales - le Forbici di Manitù and Friends (SD010)
Reggio Emilia (Italien): Sussidiaria, 2016
(CD, DVD) 27x28,5 cm,
Techn. Angaben Plattenhülle, gestanzt mit 3 einklappbaren Teilen, beiliegend gestanzte Pappschlaufe mit handbeschrifteter DVD, Infoblatt zur Edition
ZusatzInformation What do Martin Luther and Pete Townshend, Ozzie Osbourne and Oscar Wilde, Ludwig Van Beethoven and Star Trek’s Dr. Spock have in common? They all painfully suffered from tinnitus, a permanent hiss heard in one or both ears. The condition affects a large percentage of the world population (5-10%) and represents a real “occupational illness” for musicians and rock fans. On the subject, surprisingly, an inexplicable silence is observed by the music press and industry. At the current state of medical research, there is no effective cure for chronic tinnitus and the unpleasant humming can only get worse if you do not protect the ears properly.
In the works for nearly five years, the triple concept album Tinnitus Tales (a 10" vinyl record and two CDs) conceived by Le Forbici di Manitù (i.e. Manitù Rossi and Vittore Baroni, the second long suffering from tinnitus) with the collaboration of over fifty guest musicians, bands and international visual artists, breaks the veil of silence with a series of songs that address the topic blending humor and empathy. The songs are inspired by well-known cases of people suffering from tinnitus, such as Andy Partridge of XTC or Bono and The Edge of U2. To make this "educational audio project" a more collective effort, several old and new friends - many of them with tinnitus problems - were invited to record their own versions of the songs by Le Forbici di Manitù or to contribute original compositions on the subject (included in the CD 1 Songs).
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Geschenk von Vittore Baroni
Stichwort Audio / Collaboration / Humor / Hörsturz / Musik / Tinnitus / Zusammenarbeit
TitelNummer 025861723 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)