|1.||Tony Esposito - "Dove C'e Luce" (6:04)|
|2.||Tony Esposito - "Veronica Song" (5:24)|
|3.||Antonio Nicola Bruno - "Storia Della Terra Mia" (3:30)|
|1.||Tony Esposito - "Dove C'e Luce" (LucaEffeSunset Balearic Seagulls & Children mix) (9:52)|
|2.||Antonio Nicola Bruno - "Danza E Ridanza" (1:54)|
|3.||Antonio Nicola Bruno - "Danza E Ridanza" (B version) (3:59)|
Archeo Recordings chart a course for the Balearics with this laid back delight of overlooked Italian island grooves. Tony Esposito is a long-serving singer-songwriter, and two tracks from his 2004 CD Viaggio Tribale get a vinyl cut here. "Dove C'e Luce" gets a special, 90s tinged remix from LucaEffeSunset. Antonio Nicola Bruno's "Storia Della Terra Mia" is the first of three unreleased tracks from this little known Lucan artist, striking a curious note with folk undertones and a sunny disposition. There's a more dramatic tone to "Danza E Ridanza," which takes on an almost Talking Heads-esque quality for the "B Version" that closes this high quality 12" from the ever reliable Archeo camp.
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