“Il papavero” is the new release by Giuliano Pramori, a very particular artist, endowed with an all-Italian irony of yesteryear to the flavor of Gaber and Jannacci. Even the arrangements and the way of singing deliberately recall that glorious and grandiose past of Italian music.
” Il papavero ” is born everywhere, on the train tracks, in the parking lots. Life also finds glimpses in contexts of extreme anthropization, and this is the profound meaning of the song: to be free like poppies, which you cannot find in greenhouses, are not cared for by gardeners but whose seeds take root everywhere. All this is told in an admittedly retro song, in the harmonies, in the arrangements and in the proud and bold way of singing, a la Jannacci, of our Giuliano.
Compared to his past songs, from Elements to There is a need for peace, here one feels a greater compactness and coherence of the artistic proposal and a conquered confidence in one’s own expressive means. Sign of the constant growth of a singer-songwriter who is undoubtedly “committed” and sensitive to environmental issues and peace but always light and ironic in dealing with any topic.