Wilson Simonal’s biggest international hit; Nem vem que não tem is a charming, laid back, feel-good, great piece of “Pilantragem”.
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The piece in question:
Nella Vecchia Fattoria is an Italian rendition of “Old McDonald had a farm”.
A creation of “Quartetto Cetra” – famous light entertainers of Italy – their version has some qualities which recommend it above any English version I have heard. Mainly, there is a superior effort in terms of production and arrangement. A very pleasing staccato effect is employed during the animal noises which gives the song a quite modern feel.
Before disqualifying my VERY serious advocacy; please do go give it a listen, I am sure you will agree.
Now, since this song has become an Italian nursery rhyme; it is a little hard to find an exact match for the lyrics. But i’ve already done the work for you in finding them and you can enjoy, with the exception of the spoken words at the end: “Ma che stiamo diventando tutti matti?” (but are we all going mad here?)
The song is also performed in the film “Maracatumba… ma non è una rumba”.
Quartetto Cetra are also performers of “Crapa Pelada”; a song – with lyrics in both Milanese and Italian – employed to good effect during an episode of Breaking Bad.
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