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MP3 Bella Ciao - Legends of the Italian Lounge

Hip and swinging Italiano favorites from the late ''50s and early ''60s as well as some of today''s hottest Italian-American hits.

13 MP3 Songs
ROCK: 50''s Rock, WORLD: Western European

Bella Ciao''s Legends of the Italian Lounge HAS BEEN INCLUDED ON THE GRAMMY''S NOMINATING BALLOT!

Bella Ciao is a six-piece band that plays and sings everyone''s Italiano favorites from the late ''50s as well as today''s hottest Italian-American hits in a fun-filled show that has everyone livin'' la dolce vita.

Bella Ciao''s mambolicious musical party is perfect for people who want to get up and dance or just watch the excitement on stage. Of course, every show contains their now legendary pizza-dough-tossing contest.

Bella Ciao is fronted by an incredible female lead vocalist who is reminiscent of the Italiana pop divas of the ''60s and instrumentation includes accordion/vocals, drums/vocals, bass/vocals, sax/vocals, guitar/mandolin/vocals.

Bella Ciao goes way beyond Italian-only events and frequently brings its hip sound and look to wineries, festivals, large-scale special events and intimate supper clubs.
Here''s a review of a Bella Ciao show writen by the Napa Register:

Register Staff Writer

Braving bone-chilling night air that felt more like fall than summer, some 350 hearty souls huddled in Copia''s grassy amphitheater Monday night for a night of Italian music.

Bella Ciao, a sextet anchored by accordionist Tom Torriglia, a founder of the once popular Those Darned Accordions, dished up a stufato of familiar and generally light Italian pop music.

From "Faniculi-Fanicula" to "Mambo Italiano," the repertoire provided ample occasions for sing-along as well as opportunities to trip the light fantastic.

More kitsch than capriccio, the musical menu allowed for six talented musicians to present a program appealing to a broad mix of listeners.

"That''s Amore" and "Papa Loves Mambo" were delivered with as much zest and zeal as "Mozzarella, I Love Isabella" and "Beneath the Blue Italian Sky."

From toe-tapping tarantella to the familiar musical interrogatory, "Quando, Quando, Quando?," Bella Ciao''s debut at Copia was well received by an enthusiastic crowd.
In 2005, Bella Ciao signed with Festa Records and on July 1, released their latest CD, Legends of the Italian Lounge.

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