SPIRALI IMPAZZITE - Roots Rebels Records, 2018

You can buy a physical copy of our new album SPIRALI IMPAZZITE by attending one of our shows or writing us through the contacts page.

vocals, acoustic guitar, bass, organ, mandola by STEFANO DENTONE
electric, acoustic and classic guitar, bass, mandolin, mandola, banjo by ANTONIO GHEZZANI
double bass by FRANCESCO COPPEDE'
percussions by FILIPPO MELONI
special guest on electric guitar in "Feel Good" MARCELLO DONDERO
- recorded, mixed and mastered by STEFANO DENTONE at ROOTS REBELS RECORDS STUDIO, Livorno (IT)
- guitars by TU GUITARS, Livorno (IT)


KEEP ON MOVING - the second videoclip from SPIRALI IMPAZZITE
LE PRIGIONI DEGLI ALTRI - new videoclip from the upcoming album SPIRALI IMPAZZITE
DO YOU FEEL ANY PAIN? - the third videoclip from I PUGILATORI
INCONCLUDENTE live duo in Lecco 11/17/2017
RABBIA live duo in Barga (Lu) 08/04/2017
THE ARTIST - This is the second videoclip from I PUGILATORI, enjoy!
This is the videoclip of PUGILE from our upcoming album I PUGILATORI:
PRODUCTION - Roots Rebels Records
PHOTOGRAPHY - Giacomo D'Amicis
STARRING - Davide Baldi

These are the videos of REQUIEM and LOSING HOPE from TEATRO STALLER

Check out some previews from our live shows on the Facebook video page, clicking on this photo:

Spirali Impazzite

Stefano Dentone & Antonio Ghezzani

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Sixteen songs with texts in Italian and English: "Spirali Impazzite" is the title of the third studio work of Stefano Dentone and Antonio Ghezzani, a duo from Livorno who has already released two albums, "Teatro Staller" and "I Pugilatori". via Roots Rebels Records respectively in 2016 and 2017. Reflections on life, on the nature of human frailty and on how living in society forces man to appear, to the detriment of his true being and his nature. All seen through the eyes of the two artists from Livorno who retrace some private experiences, aware that the path of each is not depicted with straight lines, but rather with lines that resemble crazed spirals. The sound still remains the roots-rock characteristic of the first two works, but is enhanced with the use of a greater number of acoustic and folk tradition instruments, such as percussion, mandolins, mandolas, double bass, banjos ... that intertwine with electric sounds and referring to the tradition of great classic rock Written and produced by the same Dentone and Ghezzani and recorded in the study of Roots Rebels Records of Livorno, the label they founded and managed, "Spirali Impazzite" sees the participation of Marco Di Lupo and Filippo Meloni on drums, Stefanino Corona on bass, again Filippo Meloni on percussions and Francesco Coppedè on double bass, as well as the special participation of the electric guitarist Marcello Dondero on the track "Feel Good".

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Stefano Dentone & Antonio Ghezzani

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Teatro Staller was released in 2016 and you can buy it on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1071022261?ls=1&app=itunes) or Amazon (https://www.amazon.it/Stefano-Dentone-Antonio-Ghezzani-Musica-Digitale/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n%3A1748203031%2Ck%3AStefano%20Dentone%20%26%20Antonio%20Ghezzani). Teatro Staller is an album with a strong derivation from "roots" music! Only three instruments: a voice, an acoustic guitar and an electric one! Recorded in a room, live, using simple equipment and minimal use of digital technology as possible. The music and the songs! They want to be protagonists, not the special effects which, however, is reduced to a minimum. The lyrics are in Italian and in English, because we are from Italy, but we are also rockers and rock'n'roll is a music with English language. Teatro Staller wants to be the stage on which we describe our idea of music and classic rock.

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