Beppe Gambetta
(Gadfly Records,

"With Rendez-vous I'm trying to break the borders of the flatpicking technique in a creative way, experimenting new "full sounding" solutions to obtain a sort of a "plectrum-fingerstyle" sound in an unusual synthesis. 
I have the pleasure to present to the listeners artists that come from completely different artistic worlds in a really stimulating combination: from the singer songwriting avant-garde of Patty Larkin and Darrell Scott to the Italian wave of the Sixties of Francesco Guccini, from the newgrass mastery of Missy Raines and Jim Hurst to the early-music tenor voice of Marco Beasley; from the button accordion of my son Filippo Gambetta to the guitar of the Brasilian maestro Marco Pereira, from the progressive European style of French mandolinist Patrick Vaillant to the ethno-urban percussions of Marco Fadda and the jazzy bass of
Riccardo Barbera.


Battle of Waterloo (trad./Jim Malcom/arr. Beppe Gambetta)
Hobo's Crossing (Beppe Gambetta)
Madame Guitar (Sergio Endrigo/arr. Beppe Gambetta)
Light in Torraca (Beppe Gambetta)
Pane, olio e sale (Beppe Gambetta)
Sinan Capudan Pascia' (Fabrizio De Andre'/arr. Beppe Gambetta)
Leonidi (Beppe Gambetta)
Fruit Tree (Nick Drake/arr. Beppe Gambetta)
Procession (Beppe Gambetta)
Dio morto (Francesco Guccini/arr. Beppe Gambetta)
Ninna Nonna (Beppe Gambetta)

The CD is released in North America by Gadfly Records ( and it is distributed in Europe by IRD (