Artist: I-Robots - Turin Dancefloor Express present: Don Bernini Title: Telepatia Label: Opilec Music Cat. No.: OPCM TDE CD 03 Release: April 3rd, 2017 Format: Digital
Italian Father Luigi Bernini was born in Varzi Celle (PV). He lived in Gavazzana, in the province of Alessandria, close to Tortona, same Piedmont area birthplace also of another priest who later became famous in the music world: Msgr. Lorenzo Perosi (born 21 December 1872, died 12 October 1956).
The "worm" Music by Father Luigi Bernini was taught him by his dad, who was also an organist at the church of Varzi Celle. In those days the electric organ did not exist yet, Bernini's dad used the little Luigi to push the bellows; the boy practically started almost immediately to learn to play the organ.
He entered the seminary, however, continuing to study music. A graduate of the A. Vivaldi Conservatory of Alessandria in piano and choral composition, he also taught music education in Middle State School and in a School of Science.
He was introduced into the pop music world by Riccardi & Albertelli that let him be part of the Real Music Records Company.
"Angeli e Diavoli" was the debut track for Father Luigi Bernini that he personally directed and composed. The title is based on the musical contrast between the classic, warm and soulful organ melody and the shrill treble guitars sound, accompanied by the high choirs frequencies. To Compose his tracks Father Luigi Bernini took inspirations from life and from everything surrounding him; "Angeli e Diavoli", for example, underlines the net contrast between good and evil and translates into music sensations: the Good represented by the Organ sound, the Evil and temptations by guitars and choirs.
In July 1978, about a year since the first 7", Father Bernini released his second 7" titled "Mare Del Sud" that Daniele Piombi, well known television presenter, chose as a TV Show acronym of "Canta Sud 1978". With this second 7", Father Bernini also introduced his Orchestra-Show.
Phantom Record/New Phantom Record from Tortona (Alessandria) originally released "Telepatia" in 1979 and years after his last album "Sognando".
"Telepatia" is actually his most interesting and experimental album with an unique electronic and psychedelic vision; it was recorded together with Roberto Ferracin aka "Music One" and Enzo Draghi, who also produced several 7"s for Phantom record like "Cometa Music Hall", "Tucano 185", "Radio Centre 95".