Tullio De Piscopo and Tony Esposito – Signed Photo

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Foto con autografo di Tullio De Piscopo e Tony Esposito.

Mister De Piscopo has added a special dedication to the signature.

Dimension: 20 Cm x 25 Cm (Appr.) – 8×10 Inches. (Appr.)

Date and Place of Signing (Tullio De Piscopo): February 11, 2022 in Pescara, PE (Italy)
Date and Place of Signing (Tony Esposito): February 25, 2023 in Pescara, PE (Italy)

This is not a vintage photo or old one. This photo is new, printed and signed in recent years and the signature is original.

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Tullio De Piscopo (born 24 February 1946 in Naples, Italy) is an Italian drummer, percussionist and singer- songwriter. De Piscopo was born in Naples. His father was an orchestra percussionist. In 1969 he moved to Turin and two years later he moved to Milan, where he joined the Franco Cerri quintet. He later began a successful career as session drummer, playing with many international artists, including Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Stéphane Grappelli, Massimo Urbani, Gil Evans, Slide Hampton, Don Costa, Tony Scott, Ástor Piazzolla, Aldemaro Romero, Gato Barbieri, Eumir Deodato, Mina, Lucio Dalla, Franco Battiato, Fabrizio De André, Pino Daniele, Manu Chao and others. Between the 1970s and 1980s, De Piscopo played on several occasions with bassist-arranger Pino Presti, with whom he established one of the top rhythm sessions in the Italian music scene. In 1974 and 1975, he was a member of New Trolls Atomic System. In 1979 De Piscopo played the drums in the album L’era del cinghiale bianco by the singer-songwriter Franco Battiato .The album reached the number one spot in Italy immediately after its publishing. In 2021, Tullio De Piscopo formed a jazz trio formed by him (drummer/percussionist), Aldo Zunino (bass player), Dado Moroni (pianist). De Piscopo released his first solo album, Suonando la batteria moderna, in 1974. One of his most successful songs is “Andamento lento”, which won Festivalbar in 1988. His 1983 single, “Stop Bajon (Primavera)” reached No.1 spot in Italy and No.58 in the UK Singles Chart in March 1987. His 1985 song “Radio Africa” (written by Lino Nicolosi and Dora Carofiglio) was a collaboration with Guinean singer Mory Kanté. He is also the owner of the record label Bagaria. He also wrote scores for several movies. Current DragonForce drummer Gee Anzalone was taught by Piscopo at the NAMM Academy in Milan and refers to him as an influence.
Antonio Esposito (born 15 July 1950) is an Italian singer, songwriter and musician.
Esposito was born in Naples. He started playing percussions in his teenage years. In the early 1970s, he played sessions and recorded with musicians such as Alan Sorrenti, Don Cherry, Don Moye, Gato Barbieri, Eumir Deodato, Brian Auger, Gilberto Gil and Pino Daniele. In 1975 he recorded his first solo album, Rosso napoletano, in collaboration with Paul Buckmaster. Esposito is mostly well known for his 1984 hit single “Kalimba de Luna” from his album Il grande esploratore. After winning the Un disco per l’estate music festival, it charted in Italy and Switzerland, and a cover by Boney M reached No. 17 in Germany. In 1987, his single “Papa Chico” was No. 2 in The Netherlands for 5 weeks and No. 3 in Belgium for 2 weeks. In 1986 he won the Nastro d’argento Award for the soundtrack of Lina Wertmuller’s film Camorra (A Story of Streets, Women and Crime).

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