Fabrizio Cammarata, Timbuktu Review
Fabrizio Cammarata is doubly blessed, with the gift of voice and pen. Cammarata is an Italian indie folk singer/songwriter from Palermo, Sicily. Fabrizio has performed at SXSW and The Great Escape, he has filmed sessions for Paste Magazine and Daytrotter in New York, Crypt Sessions in London and the legendary Studios Ferber in Paris. In December 2016, Cammarata released his EP, In Your Hands. In November 2018 he released deluxe version of 2017’s album, Of Shadows, which features exclusive additional material, including acoustic re-interpretations as well as live recordings with Berlin based choir Cantus Domus, an ensemble famed for their work with luminaries such as: Justin Vernon and Lisa Hannigan, amongst others. His new single, “Timbuktu” is taken from the forthcoming album Lights, due for release on March 29, 2019. Fabrizio explains the lyrical theme of his song, “Timbuktu, the golden city beyond the desert, is a far and seemingly mythical place, yet it exists! In the story I’m writing a letter to a loved one from this dreamlike city, with the knowledge that I will never know whether the message will reach her.”
Release Date: November 16, 2018
Interesting acoustic guitar playing and solid songwriting. Cammarata’s voice is unique and he possesses a wide range.