Francesca Naibo: guitar, objects, effects, composition
CD – 14 tracks – 46:32 min

Edition of 300 copies
Released in June 2020

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01.Mae Lougon – 03:54
02.Toundaleda – 04:37
03.Nadare Nura – 02:55
04.Fadada – 04:39
05.Lanka – 03:45
06.Làmeda Lemèda – 03:16
07.Foush – >01:42
08.Teing Dol – 02:21
09.Gontenghen – 02:59
10.Fron-ne – 05:12
11.Dengoro – 01:28
12.Groff – 04:55
13.Walee – 01:28
14.Tandiketi – 03:21

Total Time: 46:32



All tracks composed by Francesca Naibo

Recorded by Stefano Castagna at Ritmo&Blu Studio in Pozzolengo (Italy) on 25-26 July, 2019

Mixed and Mastered by Stefano Castagna at Ritmo&Blu Studio in Pozzolengo (Italy)

Graphics and Layout by Sandro Crisafi

Produced by Francesca Naibo and Aut Records in April 2020


Listening to ‘Namatoulee’ offers a wonderful uniquely colorful sonic experience. An absolute joy to experience, it’s full of intriguing soundscapes and inspirational personal expression: outstanding original musical stories that transcend words and traditional frameworks, all seemingly informed by an inspired and deeply thoughtful personal psychology.

I met Francesca Naibo while conducting an improvisation workshop in Venice in 2019. The first time that we played together (and all subsequent times) resulted in a memorable and particularly satisfying musical experience. Listening to her solo expression on this record is a revelation, as well.

Francesca sounds like no one else: a dynamic and talented improviser/composer bringing important and original sounds to the world of music. She has a masterful command with her instrument and the sounds and broad range of timbre possibilities it offers. There is a passion for music/sound/sculpture and dynamic interaction, originating from an innovator who seemingly believes in herself and her individual process for creativity.

But also, this is a musical expression that transcends the ‘personality’ of the performer, eloquently taking us into the abstract world of something/somewhere else; an important place where communication transcends beyond what we think we know or want to say.

Hank Roberts

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