Last Updated on July 25, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): Riccardo Di Sipio
Originally published on Towards AI.
I’ve always been fond of the songs by Francesco De Gregori, one of the most famous Italian songwriters, who can be considered a local Bob Dylan’s epigone. In June 1982, when I was just about one year old, he released a concept album called Titanic, in which the 1912 disaster was used as a metaphor for the situation of society and of his country at the time — I’m tempted to say neither has changed much since then. Especially the title song, deceitfully likeable with its Latin-American rhythm, gives some glimpses of the final moments of the people embarked on… Read the full blog for free on Medium.
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