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Publication date : 2019/12/01
Weight 520 g / Dimensions 31.5 x 31 cm
This double LP forms a tribute to Pizzica, an antique music from Southern Italy, used to heal people suffering from tarantism, a mysterious disease caused by a spider. It includes field recordings of musicians-exorcists in the 1950’s in Puglia, and six reworks by contemporary electronic musicians.
FLEE is proud to present its new project: Tarantismo — Odyssey of an Italian Ritual. Dedicated to Tarentism, this project tells the story of a centuries-old dance and music ritual from Southern Italy, mobilizing frenetic rhythms and maniac dances, to exorcise women of a mysterious evil caused by the bite of a spider.
Trans-disciplinary, this effort of documentation and artistic re-interpretation of one Europe’s most mysterious trance phenomenon is comprised of a double LP vinyl compilation and a hardcover Italian/English book.
This double LP captures original field recordings of musicians-exorcists registered by Diego Carpitella, Ernesto de Martino and Alan Lomax in the late 1950’s in Puglia as well as six unique reworks by contemporary vanguard electronic musicians and producers such as: Bjorn Torske & Trym Søvdsnes (NO), LNS (CA), UFFE (DK), KMRU (KE), Bottin (IT), and Don’t DJ (DE).
1. Bjørn Torkse & Trym Søvdsnes — Pizzica Tarantata n026 (rework)
2. Uffe — Pizzica Tarantata n015 (rework)
3. LNS — Pizzica Tarantata n014 (rework)
4. Bottin — Santa Paolu meu de Galatina (rework)
5. Don’t DJ — Pizzica Tarantata n014 (rework)
6. KMRU — Pizzica Tarantata n030 (rework)
7. Diego Carpitella, Alan Lomax — E Ballamu Tutti Ddhoi Ti Paru (1954)
8. Ernesto de Martino, Diego Carpitella — Pizzica Tarantata n 014 (1959)
9. Ernesto de Martino, Diego Carpitella — Pizzica Tarantata n 015 (1959)
10. Ernesto de Martino, Diego Carpitella — Pizzica Tarantata n 026 (1959)
11. Ernesto de Martino, Diego Carpitella — Pizzica Tarantata n 030 (1959)
12. Ernesto de Martino, Diego Carpitella — Santa Paolu meu de Galatina (1960)
13. FLEE — Santa Paolu meu de Galatina (Pandemic rework)