Franti ‎– Non Classificato

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Tracklist

1.01 No Future
1.02 Preachin' Blues
1.03 Io Nella Notte
1.04 Only A New Film
1.05 Le Loro Voci
1.06 Chiara Realizzazione Di Ryonen
1.07 Joey
1.08 Lasciateci Sentire Ora
1.09 Vento Rosso (Instrumental)
1.10 Solidi (Instrumental)
1.11 The Week Song
1.12 1984 / The Gates Of Eden
1.13 Questa E' L'Ora
1.14 Quesiti Da Sciogliere
1.15 Voghera
1.16 Prete, Croce, Sedia, Morte
1.17 Io Nella Notte (Live)
1.18 Gloria (Live)
2.01 Dopo Ci Penso (Live)
2.02 Vanni's Variation
2.03 Solidi
2.04 La Mia Casa
2.05 Il Battito Del Cuore
2.06 Acqua Di Luna
2.07 L'Uomo Sul Balcone Di Beckett
2.08 Every Time (Da Attica... ... A Soweto)
2.09 Ai "Negazione"
2.10 Hollywood Army / Big Black Mother
2.11 Micrò Micrò (Instrumental)
2.12 Elena 5 E 9 (Instrumental)
2.13 Nel Giorno Secolo
2.14 A Suivre (Instrumental)
2.15 Nel Salto Dell'Ascia Sul Legno
Il Lungo Addio
3.01 Non Sará
3.02 Fino A Quando
3.03 Un Sorriso Nella Voce
3.04 Ogni Giorini
3.05 Buio In Tasca
3.06 Senti
3.07 Femme Fatale

Credits

Notes

Reissue of the 1999 triple CD version of this collection.

1.01 - 1.11 previously available as Luna Nera MC/LP 1982/1983
1.12 - 1.17 published as part of the split LP 1984
1.18 - 2.04. exclusives to Non Classificato 4LP 1987
2.05 - 2.14 Nel Il Giardino Delle Quindici Pietre, LP 1986
2.15; Nel Salto Dell'Ascia Sul Legno MLP 1987
3.01 - 3.07 recorded 1992, unpublished until 1999

3 Panel fold-out cardboard sleeve, includes a solid lyric booklet and detailed credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): A0100503012-0101 11 A1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 94K6
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): A0100503014-0101 14 A0
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 94K6
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): A0100503015-0101 15 A0
  • Mastering SID Code (CD3): IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code (CD3): IFPI 94K6

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Franti Non Classificato(4xVinyl, Comp, Ltd) Blu Bus, P.E.A.C.E. none Italy 1987 Sell This Version
none Franti Non Classificato(2xCD) Not On Label none Italy 1992 Sell This Version
BB19 Franti Non Classificato(2xCD, Comp) Blu Bus BB19 Italy 1987 Sell This Version

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andrea_migliorati

andrea_migliorati

October 21, 2015
Franti - Il Lungo Addio Review http://bit.ly/1RoYfoV [more on:: http://paynomindtouswearejustaminorthreat.blogspot.it] - However, the musical side of the Franti story is what I mostly care to tell. In July we presented "Il Lungo Addio". The CD was included in a re-press of "Non Classificato". The latter came out in 1992 as double LP and it was the summae of the whole production of the group, plus unpublished tracks. It was edited by Blu Bus, a label grown out from a collaboration between Franti and Kina. Blu Bus published their albums, other bands' works (above all the awesome "Scimmie" by Panico) and side projects. "Il Lungo Addio" was recorded in 1992 but it remained unpublished for a long time. Here we have only Lalli, Vanni Picciuolo and Massimo D'Ambrosio from the original band, together with Beppe Saroglia and Giancarlo Biolatti. The tracklist contained six unreleased tracks and a cover of Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale". In that period someone would say that using the name 'Franti' could sound totally anachronistic. So, Lalli and Stefano Giaccone started to produce new tracks calling themselves Environs and Howth Castle, often playing with Kina. The same, they sounded like Franti, even using other names. The state of mind is what really matters.

In their songs there's always a recurring element, such as an Ariadne's thread, allowing us to leave safely a labyrinth made of words in which center there's Lalli. The first piece of this ball of yarn is "Le Loro Voci", from "Luna Nera". It's the first song written by Lalli. She was inspired by Sabra and Shatila massacre in Lebanon. Here there are pictures of mothers searching for antidotes together with their children, stories of escaping from that boundless horror that seems strangely distant. There's a phrase in particular which seems to be not related to war: “you wake up in a dream / you tell me to sleep, look at the time / a line erase your face / your voice is so light". This is the real tragedy indeed: those who awake in a dream are condamned to live out a nightmare. In "Ogni Giorno" (out of "Il lungo Addio") Lalli talks about the end of the days, for nature as a whole and not for all the people. She sais: “I don't sleep not to lose time, and the suffocated freedom", and then this cruel trouble is clearly showed off, the music stressing her struggle; "I sat down, my back to the sky / the day is coming up / everybody sit down, the backs to the wall / I am born and dead every day". Days gone by and exhausting life routines are often recalled by Franti (to me these are well represented by the image of the factory). The wind is the main metaphor of freedom, as the title of her first solo work says. I want to mention also the song called "Testa Storta" out of her second album "All'Improvviso Nella Mia Stanza": just before the closure of the song Lalli says “The tilted head / burning by thirst / confused shoulders / in a bigger land / the hand seems to dance / among the vineyards and lavender / inside the woods that seems to be a whole with the sea when you look by the carwindow". She tells us about a journey made of waiting and of uncertainty. At the foundation there's the will to search for something new, and no place for fear. Something capable to free and comfort at the same time. The track represents the perfect example of the state of searching itself. It was written by Lalli and Pietro Salizzoni, who decided to compose together - with great results we must say - in a particular moment of outbreak of Lalli's life, as she mentioned in a recent interview. The pair did not leave us as much productions as one's would have hoped for. However, it's the intensity of the songs - and their echo in time - that matters. That's the band Franti's lesson indeed.

This is just an interpretation, just a personal point of view. I can't say if it's the right one. I think that when I'm true and when I'm able to refuse some rationality, reaching for the wind without being dragged away, I feel I am Franti. All of us could be him.
GianmariaRizzardi

GianmariaRizzardi

April 18, 2015
If you want to order a new copy of this 3cd edition (still available as of 18 april 2015) write to: stella_nera@tin.it

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