Davide Van De Sfroos - Discografia - 1992-2011 BEST
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Davide Van De Sfroos: A Journey Through His Discography (1992-2011)
Davide Van De Sfroos is an Italian singer-songwriter who has been making music since the early 1990s. His songs are mostly written in Lombard dialect and reflect his roots in the Lake Como region. He is known for his folk-rock style that blends traditional instruments with electric guitars and drums. He has also collaborated with other artists such as Vito Trombetta and the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
In this article, we will explore his discography from 1992 to 2011, covering his albums, singles, and live performances. We will also highlight some of his most popular and acclaimed songs along the way.
BrÃ¨va & TivÃ n (1999)
This was his debut album as Davide Van De Sfroos Band, released by Tarantanius in 1999. The title refers to the two winds that blow over Lake Como: BrÃ¨va (breeze) and TivÃ n (typhoon). The album features 12 tracks that showcase his folk-rock sound and his poetic lyrics. Some of the songs are based on local legends and stories, such as "La Balera" (The Dance Hall), "La Curiera" (The Courier), and "La Terza Guerra Mondiale" (The Third World War).
Per una Poma (2000)
This was his second album as Davide Van De Sfroos Band, released by Tarantanius in 2000. The title means "For an Apple" and refers to a proverb that says "a bad apple spoils the whole barrel". The album contains 13 tracks that explore various themes such as love, death, religion, politics, and social issues. Some of the songs are inspired by historical figures and events, such as "Il Duellante" (The Duelist), "La MÃ¨la de la Discordia" (The Apple of Discord), and "La Rivoluzione" (The Revolution).
...E Semm Partii (2001)
This was his third album as Davide Van De Sfroos Band, released by Tarantanius in 2001. The title means "...And We Left" and refers to the emigration of many people from Lake Como to other countries in search of a better life. The album consists of 14 tracks that deal with topics such as nostalgia, identity, culture, and migration. Some of the songs are dedicated to specific places and people, such as "Manicomi" (Asylums), "L'Ultimo Viaggio del Conte Rosso" (The Last Journey of the Red Count), and "La Canzone del CefalÃ¹" (The Song of CefalÃ¹).
This was his first live album as Davide Van De Sfroos Band, released by Tarantanius in 2003. The title is a phonetic spelling of "live". The album contains 18 tracks recorded during his concerts in various locations in Italy. The album captures the energy and emotion of his live performances, as well as his interaction with the audience. Some of the songs are rearranged or extended versions of his previous studio recordings, such as "La Balera", "Per una Poma", and "Il Duellante".
This was his fourth studio album as Davide Van De Sfroos Band, released by Tarantanius in 2005. The title is a Lombard word that means "waterfall". The album features 12 tracks that reflect his musical evolution and experimentation. He incorporates elements of blues, rockabilly, country, and reggae into his folk-rock style. He also collaborates with other musicians such as Fabrizio Consoli, Marco Zappa, and Paolo Bonfanti. Some of the songs are influenced by literature and cinema, such as "Lo Sciamano" (The Shaman), "Il Cielo di Austerlitz" (The Sky of Austerlitz), and 061ffe29dd