Amara Terra Mia (Domenico Modugno, 1972)

Skatalites' Dick Tracy version, featuring Vincenzo Castellana

Great classic of Italian music in the 70s, the author of the worldwide best famous super-all times-hit “Volare” is dealing with a song about immigration, very sensitive theme of these days. In the beginning of 1900, many Italians went away from their land in search for a better life and a future for their children. Today the immigrant wave is even more desperate and tragic. This is just not to forget that the Earth belongs to everybody, and everybody must have for granted the right of a decent life. The Invisibles pay again a tribute to The Skatalites, integrating another stunning hit from them, Dick Tracy, in the arrangement. Our wonderful guest and friend Vincenzo Castellana is delighting the public’s ears through a great performance with mouth harp and mandolin.

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Amara Terra Mia (Enrica Bonaccorti, Domenico Modugno)

Arrangement by Enrico Cioccolini Gotink
performed live by The Invisibles and published on 02-07-2015

Vincenzo Castellana, mouth harp & mandolin

Robert Curiel, drums

Alejandro Carbajal, bass

Eugene Bakker, percussions

Freek Volkers, guitar

Alexander Broussard, keyboards

Joe Rivera, trumpet

Robbert Tuinhof, alto sax

Gunter Weber, tenor sax

Aad Leering, trombone

Arienne Groenewoud, backing vocals

Joyce Vastenhouw, backing vocals

Enrico Cioccolini Gotink, backing vocals

Audio recording, mixing and mastering by Freek Volkers
Video edit by Enrico Cioccolini Gotink