Above The Tree & Drum Ensemble Du Beat

A new collaboration for Marco Bernacchia aka Above the Tree after the one with E-Side in 2012: now it is the turn of the Drum Ensemble Du Beat, a percussive duo formed by Edoardo Grisogani and Enrico "Mao" Bocchini. A tribal picture taken by the history, a history in which people still didn't sail with the wind at his back for fear of the unknown. A stage where the wind was more important than oil and deserved to use weapons to conquer them. A stream that tells of a silent journey to distant peoples who quietly take possession of a territory and that always silently, observed only by the "scary" nature all around, conquered until more powerful forces of more prepared people made it silently disappear not to leave almost no trace in history.


bloody033 - Release date: February, 2014

Analogically recorded by Maurizio Abate at Argo Lab in Gorla Minore (VA) between june and october 2013, except Mao's percussions and some overdubbing, recorded by Roberto Villa at Visuela Recording Studio in Predappio (FC).
Mixed by Maurizio Abate at Outside Inside in Montebelluna (TV). Mastered by Filippo Strang at VDSS Recording in Frosinone.
Contributors: Roberto Villa, sax in "People from the Cave", Glauco Salvo, banjo in "Down-Wind Song" and Nicola Manzan, who arranged the strings in "End of Era".
The voices of american natives in "Black Spirits" are taken from the tape "Kiowa: Forty-nine & round dance songs" edited by Canyon Records in 1972.
All songs written by Marco Bernacchia.


1. Aborigenal Dream
2. People from the Cave
3. Down-wind Song
4. Berbers in Action
5. Black Spirits
6. End of Era