When Ballake Sissoko and Vincent Segal released their first collaborative album, Chamber Music, they caught the music world by surprise. Everything about this duo was unexpected: the Malian master of the traditional harp, or kora; the French cellist with the unlikely background in trip-hop; and the elegant, soulful music they made together. The album appeared on numerous best-of lists in both Europe (in 2009) and North America (in 2011). Now, these two sonic voyagers have returned with Musique de Nuit (“Night Music”) – an album which may not have the same element of surprise, but which may be even more spellbinding than its predecessor.
Giovanni Scognamillo (25 April 1929 in İstanbul - ) is a Turkish film critic.
Scognamillo was born to a family of Italian Levantines; his father was the son of an immigrant from Naples and his mother was descended from Genoese settlers of Tinos. His father Leone being the manager of the prestigious movie theatre Elhamra Sineması of Beyoğlu, he became acquainted with cinema in early years of his life. After graduation from Liceo Italiano, he started to write cinema articles for various Italian language media. By 1961, he began his career in Turkish language press…
Cem Tarım brought a new breath to the Black Sea's first solo album, "Lodos" was released by Kalan Music. Black's the only entertainment the music does not consist, abroad, Sila longing, love, emigration, death, various issues differ from one window looking could be trying to show the album, the local attitude appropriate to play when the Black Sea region's old mount a serious place that is emphasized.