- Title:Parigi - Lisbona
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Art Rock,Experimental Rock
- Date of release:1997
- Size FLAC version1366 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1510 megabytes
- Size WMA version1320 megabytes
- Formats:VQF VOC FLAC DMF MPC WMA
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".
Parigi-Lisbona" is one of the six live albums released by Area, at the time and to my knowledge, and represents one of their few live concerts recorded by the group. It was taken from the recording tapes which were made in 1976 during their international live tour. They were invited to take part in the "Fête de L'Humanité", the festival organised by the PCF (French Communist Party), in Paris, and in "Festa do Avante", the homonymous festival organised by the PCP (Portuguese Communist Party), in Lisbon . The fourth track "Lobotomia" is a live version of an original song recorded on their second studio album "Caution Radiation Area" released in 1974. The second part corresponds to the Lisbon concert and has five tracks.
Area (6). Parigi-Lisbona (CD, Album, RE, Pap). Strange Days Records, Cramps Records. As the best official Area live album after Areazione, this showcases the band on foreign soil, and gives Demitrio to prove how cosmopolitan he was! Like all Area live recordings I have, this is classic stuff, with lots of diversions from the album versions that we know.
Album Name Parigi-Lisbona. 8. Luglio, Agosto, Settembre. Other productions from Area.
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!".
Parigi - Lisbona is also superior to the chaotic live event of the same year (Event '76), but one let down is less packaging than other Cramps CD's; the cover is a reprint of Area's first album. 1. L' Elefante Bianco.
This album was repackaged with another posthumous live album Parigi-Lisbona in the boxset Live Concerts Bo. EAC extraction logfile from 13. November 2010, 8:55. Area, Parigi - Lisbona. Used drive : TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-S202J Adapter: 3 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
Live Ger ed. Live Album, Import.
CreditsArea - Primary Artist
Patrizio Fariselli - Composer
Ares Tavolazzi - Composer
|1||L' Elefante Bianco Patrizio Fariselli / Ares Tavolazzi||Area|
|2||Megalopoli Patrizio Fariselli / Ares Tavolazzi||Area|
|3||La Mela Di Odessa Patrizio Fariselli / Ares Tavolazzi||Area|
|4||Lobotomia Patrizio Fariselli / Ares Tavolazzi||Area|
|5||Presentation Concerts Lisboa||Area|
|6||Arbeit Macht Frei Patrizio Fariselli||Area|
|7||Cometa Rossa Patrizio Fariselli / Ares Tavolazzi||Area|
|8||Luglio, Agosto, Settembre (Nero) Patrizio Fariselli / Ares Tavolazzi||Area|
|9||L' Internazionale Patrizio Fariselli / Ares Tavolazzi||Area|