Il Carrozzone. Last concert polaroid. 1979. Photo by Piero Marsili. Published in Rossella Bonfiglioli (edited by) 'Frequenze barbare : Teatro Ambiente, Cinema, Mass Media, Metropoli, Musica, Pornografia nel Carrozzone Magazzini Criminali Prod.', La Casa Usher, Florence 1981, p.111
Il Carrozzone. Last concert polaroid. 1979. Photo by Piero Marsili. Published in Rossella Bonfiglioli (edited by) 'Frequenze barbare : Teatro Ambiente, Cinema, Mass Media, Metropoli, Musica, Pornografia nel Carrozzone Magazzini Criminali Prod.', La Casa Usher, Florence 1981, p.111

Last concert polaroid. 1979

The focus has been published in the section attachments of the No.1 of Sciami|ricerche.

Last concert polaroid (1979)

concert with Marion D’Amburgo, Alga Fox,  Sandro Lombardi, Luisa Saviori, Pierluigi Tazzi, Federico Tiezzi, Luca Vespa.
Compagnia Il Carrozzone. Roma,
Debut ‘Estate Romana’, 26 September 1979

Last concert Polaroid. Presentation

by Mauro Petruzziello
Rome, Via Sabotino, in the Prati neighbourhood. 26th September 1979. It’s a proper gig: the stage is enclosed by metal sheets, and on it are Marion D’Amburgo, Alga Fox, Sandro Lombardi, Luisa Aviori, Pierluigi Tazzi, Federico Tiezzi and Luca Vespa, taking turns on a Moog, an organ, a gong, a bass, drums, synthesizers and finally tapes, on which voices are recorded. The “band members” change instrument often, as if guided purely by the pleasure of producing a certain sound at a certain moment; the end of that pleasure should have determined the end of the piece and hence its duration, but in fact proceedings were interrupted by the neighbourhood’s residents, who voiced their noise complaint by throwing bucketfuls of water from the tower of the ex-transport deposit where the concert was taking place, forcing the organisers to cut off the electricity. At a certain point, Federico Tiezzi shouts “I want to be a rock ’n’ roll star!”, a cry that signals a move towards the world of pop culture the company went on to undertake in the following years, also through Marion D’Amburgo’s ironic adherence to a diva-like imaginary.

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Photogallery
Last Concert Polaroid
© Photo byi Piero Marsili. All rights reserved
Reviews
Gianfranco Capitta, Ultimo valzer interruptus, concerto del Carrozzone a Roma «il manifesto», 28 September 1979
Nico Garrone, Caro totem prima ti ingoio poi ti sputo «la Repubblica», 29 September 1979

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