Ngazzate nire is the disco-symbol of the definitive consecration of the Napoli Centrale band, leader of progressive and jazz-rock music and protagonist of the Neapolitan Power and Vesuwave movement. Thus, 25 years after its digital release, La Canzonetta Record reissues on vinyl, remixed and remastered, the cult album of the Neapolitan band, considered by Musica & Dischi among the best Italian jazz-rock records of the two-year period 1994-1995.
Symbol of Neapolitan Power, the 33 rpm, consisting of 9 songs, whose lyrics are by Franco Del Prete and the music by James Senese, is recorded by Massimo Aluzzi (Studio Splash) and mixed by Bernie Kirsh (Toledo Sound).
The vinyl, in numbered and limited copies, is produced by La Canzonetta Record.
1 ‘Ngazzate nire.
2 Napule t’è scetà.
4 E magnate ‘o limone.
5 Buona sera Marì!
7 E’ ‘na bella jurnata.
8 ‘Ngazzate nire street version.
9 Donna Flora.