If ‘E Zezi didn’t exist, I’d go crazy. The factory, the bar and the news on TG3: that’s my whole day. When I sing with ‘E Zezi, I feel good.
Miciariello, alias Sebastiano Ciccarelli
‘E Zezi, is a historic musical group from the Neapolitan hinterland, prevalently consisting of automobile workers from the Alfasud plant in Pomigliano d’Arco. Through their music – tarantellas, tammurriatas and fronnes – they describe their world and its transformation from an agricultural society to an industrial one. Theirs is a music that links the ancient to the new with incredible vitality. A powerful visceral music that has become a political instrument for social reform.
fotografia Cesare Accetta
montaggio Giogiò Franchini
suono Emanuele Cecere