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Pino Daniele

Pino Daniele (March 19, 1955, Naples) is an Italian pop-blues singer, songwriter and musician.

Daniele was born to a low class family, his father being a port worker. A self-taught guitarist, he began his career as a musician playing for other successful singers of 1970s.

His striking debut in the Italian music world was in 1977 with the album Terra mia, which proved to be a successful mix of Neapolitan tradition and Blues sounds. Daniele defined his music with the term "taramblu", which indicated a mix of tarantella, blues and rumba. Lyrics also attracted critical praise: written and sung in an intense Neapolitan, they contained a strong though bitter accusation against the social injustices of Naples, as well as Italian society in general, as well as melanchonic personal themes. Several of the later songs will be characterized by a free intermingling of English, American and Neapolitan language passages.

Daniele's talent was confirmed in the following Pino Daniele of 1979. He scored his greatest success in 1980, with Nero a metà ("Half-Black Skinned"), which was marked by some authorities as ...

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