“Fabrizio De André” was released in 1981. The songs were written by Fabrizio De André and Massimo Bubola. It is better known as L’Indiano (The Indian) due to the picture of a Native American on the cover. The picture is a Frederic Remington’s painting named The Outlier.

The album is a comparison of two peoples, Sardinians and Native Americans.

“Fiume Sand Creek” (“Sand Creek river”) refers to the Sand Creek massacre in 1864. “Hotel Supramonte” refers to the kidnapping of De André and Dori Ghezzi in 1979 in the Supramonte area of Sardinia.

Edited by jacknye on 4 Oct 2011, 20:17

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