Screaming “Paraponziponzipò”, Bokassà are back. This time they are involved in a 10 hands (plus 4 borrowed) album with “Maybe I'm”. If their first album was all about African cannibalism, this time it's all about tribal wars.
The recording, in the italian Africa of Serradarce (the town where Saint Alberto Gonnella used to talk through the body of his auntie), gave rise to consequences that destroyed such a super-big-band. So, what's left after this devastating experience? A lot of broken bones, ready to be nibbled, and a vinyl, yellow like a canary full of pee, that will make even the most fetish lovers of rural-blues-afro-jazz happy.
released May 15, 2013
Antonio Marino: drums, vocals
Ferdinando Farro: guitar, vocals
alexander de large: drums, percussions, vocals
Stefano Spataro: guitar, vocals
Superfreak: bass, trumpet, baglamas, vocals
Andrea Caprara: sax
Mario Gabola: sax
Recorded during summer 2012 @ Bari and Serradarce (SA)
Engineered by Superfreak and Ferdinando Farro
Mix by Superfreak
Mastering by Ferdinando Farro
Graphics by Manuele Altieri