Mike Patton performing Mondo Cane

Mondo Cane – There is any reason why Italian people doesn’t care enough about their heritage?

Probably no, and they just forgot it like dust in the wind.

Inspired by the music of Italian composer Ennio Morricone, Mike Patton conceived of the album while he was living in Bologna.

The album peaked at number 2 in the United States’ Classical Albums chart, but no sign of it in Italy!

In this concert, Mike Patton plays cover of 50s and 60s classic pop song like “Il cielo in una stanza” and “Che notte” by Fred Buscaglione performed with the Metropole Orchestra.

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