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Rhythms of Resistance: Fabrizio de Andre: at the crossroad between poetry, music and resistance Fri, 2010-05-07 03:00


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Fabrizio de Andre has been one of the greatest Italian songwriters.
Between the ’60s and the ’90s he shaped a sublime fusion of libertarian values and poetry in his music. The main characters of his songs were social outcasts such as prostitutes, criminals and drug addicts.
He also went through an unprecedented deep analysis of Christianity, highlighting the contradictions between the life of Jesus and the behaviour of the Church. All this and more in this episode of Rhythms of Resistance..