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From Italy, Grandmothers old songs backed by new beats. Fiamma is Italian for "flame" = the energy of the present. Fumana means "fog" or "mist" = the mysterious resilience of the past. Fiamma Fumana are three young Italians, on a quest to remember what is being forgotten in their local culture and bring the songs to pop music.
The Omnium edition of their first release 1.0 includes a remix version of the title track. Plus, it's an enhanced CD, including a video of "Tre Sorelle," lyrics to all the songs, and more.
- "Ethno-techno albums exist in a no man's land between new age mush and easy-listening dance pop, most produced by artists with little or no connection with the traditions they're allegedly "updating." Fiamma Fumana is an exception; it's an Italian folk trio that has merged club beats and folk virtuosity to produce an album that's credible in both dance clubs and coffeehouses." -- j.poet, Tower Pulse!
- "The highpoint...has to be the traditional "4 Piedmontese," as rife with
|2||Tre Sorelle • Three Sisters||3:50|
|3||Di Madre in Figlia • From Mother to Daughter||4:04|
|4||Hypnananna • Lullaby||4:11|
|5||4 Piemontesi • 4 Piedmontese||4:04|
|6||Mareoceano • Oceansea||3:36|
|9||Incantata • Spellbound||5:52|
|10||Via del Ritorno • The Way Home||3:53|
|11||1.0 (Fumana Folk Sound System remix)||5:58|