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Arrangements and vocal interpretation of Italian golden-era pop tunes, for vocals, band,
small chorus and orchestra.
“My aim in reassessing these songs is not to revive the past, but to show, through modern
and daring interpretation, how vital and important this music still is”
Mike Patton
Through Mondo Cane, MIKE PATTON reassesses
one of the most lively
periods of Italian vocal repertoire, without slipping
into mild nostagia.
He ventures, instead, in a creative interpretation of
what may be
considered the standard of the Italian pop tradition.
The repertoire
is wide: more than 20 songs are included, by
renowed italian
composers and singers as Ennio Morricone (Deep down), Domenico Modugno (Dio come ti
amo), Nino Rota (O Venezia), Luigi Tenco (Lontano, lontano), Nico Fidenco (Legata ad un
granello di sabbia), Fred Buscaglione (Una sigaretta), Adriano Celentano (Storia d’amore),
Gianni Morandi (Ti offro da bere) and many others.
Michael Allan Patton (born January 27, 1968) is an American singer, songwriter, composer
and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the lead singer of the rock band Faith No More
from 1988 to 1998. He has also handled lead vocals for Mr. Bungle (which preceded his
involvement with FNM), Tomahawk, Lovage, Fantômas, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and
Peeping Tom. Patton has earned critical praise for his diverse vocals, which touch on
crooning, falsetto, death growls, rapping, mouth music, beatboxing and scatting, among
other techniques; critic Greg Prato writes, "Patton could very well be one of the most
versatile and talented singers in rock music." He often produces side projects in
collaboration with other musicians, such as John Zorn, Dan the Automator, The Melvins,
The Dillinger Escape Plan, Melt-Banana, Sepultura, Merzbow, Kool Keith, The X-Ecutioners,
Team Sleep, Björk, Subtle, Rahzel, Amon Tobin, Eyvind Kang, Lovage, and Kaada. He cofounded Ipecac Recordings with Greg Werckman in 1999, and has run the label since.
In love with Italian song and binded to Italy by a long personal story (he lived in Bologna
and his wife is Italian), he “collects” memorable Italian pieces and songs. The vocal
repertoire of Mondo Cane was specially choosen and re-arranged for this project, whose
title refers, maybe “accidentally”, to an old Italian 1962 cult documentary which raised a
lot of discussion.
Mike Patton
Aldo Sisillo conductor
Roy Paci trumpet
Enri hammond, clavinet, farfisa, moog
Gege’ Munari drums
Vincenzo Vasi theremin, electronics
Alessandro “Asso” Stefana acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin
Riccardo Onori electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Antonio Borghini electric bass, contrabass
Fabrizio Aiello percussions
Coralli di Torino
Roberta Magnetti vocals
Elena Bacciolo vocals
Roberta Bacciolo vocals
Silvano Borgatta vocals
Beppe Gismondi vocals
Arturo Toscanini Philarmonic Orchestra
Arrangements by Daniele Luppi and Mike Patton
A coproduction by AngelicA, Regione Emilia Romagna- Assessorato alla
Il cielo in una stanza (Paoli, Mina)
Che notte! (Buscaglione,Chiosso)
Ore d’amore (Bongusto, Migliacci, Sigman, Kaempfert)
20 Km al giorno (Arigliano, Massara, Mogol)
Quello che conta (Salce, Morricone)
Urlo negro (The Blackmen)
Legata ad un granello di sabbia (Fidenco, Marchetti)
Deep down (Morricone)
Pinne, fucile ed occhiali (Rossi, Vianello)
Scalinatella (Murolo, Bonagura, Cioffi)
L’uomo che non sapeva amare (Fidenco, Pallavicini, Mogol, Bernstein)
Ma l’amore no (D’Anzi, Galdieri)
Canzone (Don Backy)
Ti offro da bere (Morandi, Meccia)
Dio come ti amo (Modugno)
Storia d’amore (Celentano, Beretta, Del Prete)
Lontano, lontano (Tenco)
O Venezia (Rota)
Yeeeeeeh! (Tenco, Sawyer, Burton, Bardotti)
Senza fine (Vanoni, Gragnaniello)
Una sigaretta (Buscaglione, Chiosso)
Sole malato (Modugno)