Giuseppe Henry "Pino" Palladino is a Welsh bassist. A prolific session musician, he is best known for playing with The Who from 2002 to 2016, D'angelo from 1996 to present, the John Mayer Trio from 2005 to present. Palladino plays a late-1970s, Music Man StingRay bass guitar, a fretted Fender Precision, a Jaguar bass, his playing has earned him custom instruments bearing his name. Born in Cardiff to an Italian father from Campobasso and a Welsh mother, Palladino began playing electric guitar at age 14 and bass guitar at 17, he bought his first fretless bass one year playing R&B, reggae with a rock and roll backbeat. Palladino was drawn to jazz at an early age, he took classical guitar lessons. He started a rock band. In 1982, Palladino recorded with Gary Numan on Assassin; the producer of the album asked him to contribute to Paul Young's debut album. Young's cover version of "Wherever I Lay My Hat" by Marvin Gaye became a hit in Europe,and subsequently joined Young's band the Royal family and Palladino received offers to record with Joan Armatrading, Go West, David Gilmour.
He cites as early influences James Jamerson, Danny Thompson, Norman Watt-Roy and admires Jaco Pastorius, Stanley Clarke, Bootsy Collins, Larry Graham, Michael Henderson, Anthony Jackson, Marcus Miller, Rocco Prestia. In 1991, he joined The Law with Paul Rodgers of Bad Company, drummer Kenney Jones, who succeeded Keith Moon in The Who after Moon died, recorded the album The Law. In the 1990s, Palladino alternated between fretted and 4-string and 6-string bass, he played with Melissa Etheridge, Richard Wright, Elton John, Eric Clapton. He played on Mike Lindup's first solo album, Changes with Dominic Miller on guitar and Manu Katché on drums. In 1999, he began working with Richard Ashcroft of The Verve on Ashcroft's debut solo album, Alone With Everybody; the Who's bassist John Entwistle died the night before the start of their first tour in two years. Palladino became the band's bass guitarist on tour. In 2006, he joined the remaining band members on their first album in twenty-four years, Endless Wire.
He played with The Who at the Super Bowl XLIV half-time show in 2010 with Simon Townshend on guitar, Zak Starkey on drums, John "Rabbit" Bundrick on keyboards. In 2012, he toured with The on their Quadrophenia revival. Palladino met Steve Jordan in the mid-1980s while both were working as session musicians, which blossomed into a friendship. Jordan credits Palladino's apparent ability to "feel" changes in music, through melodies, an embrace of genres of nearly every kind. According to Jordan, he had planned to meet up with John Mayer and Willie Weeks in January 2005 to perform Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope for victims of the tsunami that struck southeast Asia. Weeks was unable to make the performance, Jordan suggested Palladino, who had heard some of Mayer's work and was willing to come. Beginning a set that included the Jimi Hendrix song "Bold as Love", the three found a chemistry together, they toured as a trio. They released the album Try!, on 22 November 2005. The eleven-track live album includes cover versions of "Wait Until Tomorrow" by Jimi Hendrix and "I Got A Woman" by Ray Charles, two songs from Mayer's album Heavier Things, new songs by Mayer.
In addition, Mayer and Jordan are credited as songwriters on three songs: "Good Love Is on the Way", "Vultures", "Try!". Palladino appeared on Mayer's third album Continuum, fourth album Battle Studies and seventh album The Search for Everything. In March and April 2006, Palladino toured with Jeff Beck and played with J. J. Cale, Eric Clapton on their 2006 album The Road to Escondido. In 2009, he formed a trio with keyboardist Philippe Simon Phillips, he played with Garfunkel on their Old Friends reunion tour. In January 2011, he entered the studio with D'Angelo to finish recording Black Messiah. In 2013 he played on the Nine Inch Nails album Hesitation Marks and was a member of the touring band. Palladino is noted for his use of the fretless bass on many 1980s albums. While it was typical for a bass guitar in a commercial track to have a rather generic sound and stay "playing the low notes", Palladino preferred a different sound, combining fretless tone with an octaver effect, basslines that added chords, lead lines, counter melodies in the higher range of the instrument.
Typical of this style was his playing on Paul Young's Wherever I Lay My Hat. His equipment at that time included a fretless Boss Octave pedal; the Fender Pino Palladino Signature Precision Bass is modelled after two of Palladino's Fender Precision Basses. The body features faded fiesta red paint over desert sand paint, based on Palladino's 1961 Precision Bass, while the neck shape and round-lam rosewood fretboard are based on his 1963 sunburst Precision Bass. Pino married Marilyn Roberts, a former backing singer with the Fabulous Wealthy Tarts, in 1992 in Wales, they have three children: Fabiana and Rocco, who are all involved in the music industry. With Paul Young 1983 No Parlez 1985 The Secret of Association 1986 Between Two Fires 1990 Other Voices With David Knopfler 1983 Release 1985 Behind the Lines 1987 Cut the Wire With Don Henley 1984 Building the Perfect Beast 1989 The End of the Innocence With Go West 1985 Go West 1987 Dancing on the Couch With Elton John 1985 Ice on Fire 1992 The One With John Mayer 2005 T
Pino sulla Sponda del Lago Maggiore
Pino sulla Sponda del Lago Maggiore is a former municipality of Italy, now frazione of the municipality of Maccagno con Pino e Veddasca in the Province of Varese. It held the status of comune until 2014 when it was merged with Maccagno and Verdasca to form the new municipality, it lies about located about 110 km northwest of Milan and about 70 km northwest of Varese, on the border with Switzerland. Until its suppression, Pino sulla Sponda del Lago Maggiore held along with San Valentino in Abruzzo Citeriore, the record of Italian comune with the longest name. Pictures of Pino sulla Sponda del Lago Maggiore
Nicolas Pino was a Mexican loyalist, civil leader, military leader and Indian fighter who participated in planned resistance and rebellion against the U. S. occupation of New Mexico. Following the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, he swore allegiance to the United States and became a Union officer during American Civil War, rising to the rank of brigadier general on September 9, 1861, he served in the New Mexico Territorial legislature. The Pino brothers, Miguel E. and Nicolas were all influential in the affairs of New Mexico at the time of General Kearny's Capture of Santa Fe. The Pino family members held prominent positions under the Mexican government and were reputed Indian fighters of daring and courage, they raised companies and procured arms and ammunition in response to governor Manuel Armijo's call for volunteers in preparation to resist Kearney at Apache Canyon, but were disgusted and dismayed when Armijo disbanded the forces and fled to Mexico. None of the Pinos took Kearny's required oath of allegiance to the U.
S. following the occupation, still considering themselves citizens of the Mexican republic. Soon after, they participated in meetings led by Don Diego Archuleta at a home near the military church, La Castrenza, in Santa Fe, where Tomas Ortiz was elected as governor with Archuleta as commanding general. A rebellion was planned to take place on December 19, 1846, postponed to Christmas Eve. Mexican loyalist emissaries were sent out to all nearest points demanding that the people take part in the uprising in Santa Fe upon the third bell for midnight mass, when all of the American officers would be captured; this plan fell through, after it became known to Donaciano Vigil, by way of the proprietress of the city's largest gambling house, Tules Barcelona. Vigil informed General Sterling Price, of the Second Missouri Mounted Volunteers, who had a number of conspirators arrested, including Nicolas Pino. Tomas Ortiz, Nicolas' cousin, fled to Chihuahua. General Price stationed soldiers at the homes of every know revolutionist.
Following the failed revolt of 1846, neither Miguel E. nor Nicolas Pino participated in any further resistance movements. Don Nicolas took the oath of allegiance to the United States after he was released from prison and enlisted in Captain St. Vrain's company of volunteers following the assassination of governor Bent, participating in the defeat of the insurgents at the Taos Revolt with his friend Don Manuel Chaves. After the treaty of peace with Mexico, the Pino brothers were considered to be amongst the most loyal to the United States government. All of the brothers held both military positions of trust. Don Miguel and Don Nicolas both commanded substantial bodies of volunteers during the American Civil War; until their deaths, there was always a Pino in the house or council of the territorial legislative assembly. Don Facundo served several times as president of the council, as did Don Miguel E. in 1865 and 1866. Don Nicolas served as council president in 1869, as a council member in 1873 and 1878.
Tomas Ortiz returned to New Mexico and served in the Territorial Legislature. During the American Civil War, Nicolas led the 2nd New Mexico Militia. On February 25, 1862, Colonel Pino and his 200 Hispanic militiamen attempted to make a stand against Brigadier General Henry Hopkins Sibley at the town of Socorro, New Mexico, but they were forced to surrender when the Texans opened fire with a piece of artillery, his brother, Colonel Miguel Pino, led 590 men in the 2nd New Mexico Volunteers. Nicolas' father was Pedro Bautista Pino, the only person to represent New Mexico in the Cortes of Spain. In 1811, while in Cádiz, Pedro wrote a short history of New Mexico contained in a report to the king, his mother, Ana Maria, was the daughter of Ana Gertrudis Ortiz Niño Ladron de Guevarra and Juan Domingo Baca, a granddaughter of Don Pedro de Bustamente, a governor and captain-general of the Province of New Mexico. Don Nicolas survived his brothers, he died at the age of 77 in November 1896, is buried in the village cemetery in Galisteo
Sesamstraat is a Dutch children's television show in the Netherlands, a spin-off of the U. S. children's program Sesame Street. In its early days the show was broadcast in Flanders as well, it is the second longest running foreign adaptation of Sesame Street without interruptions, behind only Sesamstraße. A blue woodpecker, approx. Age 4-years-old, a relative of Big Bird, he is always eager to learn new things. He is a little younger than his friends Tommie and Ieniemienie, sometimes he has a little trouble keeping up with them. Being the second youngest, he likes to play with Purk, he is best known for his funny laugh and his catchphrase "Echt waar?!" He is very sensitive and has been on the show since the beginning. Pino has had many different performers through the years, including Dirk Grijspeirt, Theo Joling, Bert Plagman, Erik J. Meijer and Leo Dijkgraaf. In 1991, Renée Menschaar started performing Pino, she has been his regular performer since, she is the first woman to play Pino. Tommie is a six year old dog.
He is clever and creative. Tommie can write a few words, including his own name, which he is proud of, he is famous for his own made up exclamations, like "Poe hee!" and "Hatseflats!". In the 2005/2006 season, Tommie got his own racing car. Tommie has been around since the beginning in 1976; the first Tommie puppet was made by producer Ton Hasebos from an old fur coat. He was a teddy bear-like creature. Through the years he evolved from a'teddy bear' kind of creature to a more doglike animal. Tommie's recent look, introduced in 1981, was designed by The Jim Henson Company; the refurbished Tommie has a lot more fur in his face. Like Pino, Tommie has had a few different performers, including Stef van der Linden in 1976 and Martin Pragt in 1978. In 1979, Bert Plagman became Tommie's performer, after sharing the part with Martin. Renée Menschaar and Judith Broersen both started their Sesamstraat careers as Tommie's right hand. Nowadays, Daphne Zandberg performs Tommie's right hand. Representing the psychological age of a six-year-old mouse, Ieniemienie is the oldest of the group.
She is clever and smart-alecky, sometimes she tends to be a little bossy. Her best friend is Tommie. Being the smallest person on Sesamstraat, she hangs out with Pino. Ienie is famous for her giggle, as well as her signature movements like scrunching her nose when she's angry or raising her shoulders when she's confused. Ieniemienie was introduced in 1980, she started out as a mouse. Through the years, when female emancipation wasn't as much as an issue on the street, her personality became more childlike and girlish; the puppet has been without drastic changes. Ieniemienie's performer is Catherine van Woerden, her arm rods are manipulated by either Marijke Lindai Boogerman. Troel is a fluffy white girl poodle, she is feminine and a little naïve, she speaks in a high-pitched voice. Her best friend is Tommie. Troel was introduced during the second season in 1977 as the first girl Muppet to star with Tommie and Pino, she was designed to look like a girl version of Tommie. Troel was performed by Marijke Boon.
Though the viewers had no problems with her, the producers found her too feminine for a show that dealt with female emancipation, so she disappeared after a year. A newspaper article mentions another reason for her disappearance: her performer didn't get paid as much as the male performers. Troel was replaced by Ieniemienie a couple of years later; the Dutch word "Troel" means "dear" or "sweetheart" in a more informal, sometimes negative way. Purk is a baby piglet, she wears a little bow in her ear. She loves to get herself dirty, she is still learning how to talk, she can't walk yet. She's taken care of by everyone on Sesamstraat. Everybody loves Purk. Introduced in 2003, Purk is the newest of the Muppet characters, she's popular, she was created in order to introduce the subject of "a younger child in the family". It took three years for Sesame Workshop to approve the character: they felt that Purk should not be too fat due to the issue of obesity; the actual puppet was based on a drawing by Sesamstraat mime artist Hakim Traïda.
Purk debuted in a Sesamstraat "Sinterklaas" special as a surprise. In the special, Tommie runs away from Sesamstraat, after the adults gave his stuffed crocodile to Purk. Before the taping of the special, Sesamstraat organised a press convention about Purk's'birth', hosted by Tommie and Ieniemienie. Purk came falling out of the sky. Purk was built by Rollie Krewson. Buurman Baasje, a cranky neighbour from the Maanzaadstraat, hating being disturbed by the people of Sesamstraat, his name means "Neighbour Bossy", being so called because in his first episode he encountered Tommie with the word "baasje". Since everyone calls him like that, although his real name is Drommels, he is played by Martin van Waardenberg. He is the program's equivalent of Oscar the Grouch. Elvan was introduced in 1997. Frank joined in the role of a naughty young guy, he became more a kind of funny uncle towards the children. Gerda, joined as a nice aunt. Since 1997 Gerda became a less seen cha
Pino Daniele was an Italian singer-songwriter, guitarist, whose influences covered a wide number of genres, including pop, blues and Italian and Middle Eastern music. Daniele was born to a working-class family in his father being a harbor worker. A self-taught guitarist, he began his career as a musician playing for other successful singers of the 1970s, his debut in the Italian music world was in 1977 with the album Terra mia, which proved to be a successful mix of Neapolitan tradition and Blues sounds. Daniele defined his music with the term "tarumbò", which indicated a mix of tarantella and rumba, his lyrics attracted critical praise: written and sung in an intense Neapolitan, they contained strong and bitter accusations against the social injustices of Naples, as well as Italian society in general, included melancholic personal themes. Several of the songs are characterized by a free intermingling of English and Neapolitan passages. Daniele's talent was confirmed on the following album Pino Daniele.
He scored his greatest success in 1980, with Nero a metà, noted by some authorities as the hallmark of the rebirth of Neapolitan song. In that year Daniele opened the Bob Marley concert at the San Siro stadium in Milan. In 1981 Vai Mo was released; the presence of some of the most renowned musicians of the Neapolitan musical milieu, including James Senese, Enzo Avitabile, Tullio De Piscopo and Tony Esposito, as session men on his albums has been praised. In 1982, Daniele shifted to a personal and early version of world music: in Bella'mbriana musicians such as Alphonso Johnson and Wayne Shorter appeared as guest players. In the following year Daniele held a concert in Havana, formed a Latin-American band. In 1983 Daniele collaborated with the American singer/guitarist Richie Havens on Common Ground, an album written and played together, his interest in Arabic music is emphasized on Bonne Soirée, while the subsequent Schizzechea With Love was more Mediterranean-oriented. In the same year he started a collaboration with the Italian actor and director Massimo Troisi: Daniele completed the soundtracks for Troisi's films Le vie del Signore sono finite and Pensavo fosse amore invece era un calesse.
Non calpestare i fiori nel deserto, released in Spring 1995, is an attempt to revive inspiration through African and Ethnic influences, sold more than 800,000 copies. The subsequent tour ended with a double date with Jazz guitarist Pat Metheny. In 2010, Daniele played at Crossroads Guitar Festival, called by his friend Eric Clapton at Toyota Park in Chicago, playing with Joe Bonamassa and Robert Randolph. In 2011, he performed in concert with Clapton at Cava dei Tirreni stadium. Daniele died of a heart attack on 4 January 2015, at Sant'Eugenio Hospital in Rome. Many artists recorded cover versions of Pino Daniele's songs: among others, Sarah Jane Morris, Randy Crawford, Patricia Marx, Marisa Monte, Issac Delgado. Terra mia Pino Daniele Nero a metà Vai mò Bella'mbriana Musicante Ferryboat Bonne soirée Schizzechea with love Mascalzone latino Un uomo in blues Sotto'o sole Che Dio ti benedica Non calpestare i fiori nel deserto Dimmi cosa succede sulla terra Come un gelato all'equatore Medina Passi d'autore Iguana cafè Il mio nome è Pino Daniele e vivo qui Ricomincio da 30 Electric jam Boogie Boogie man La Grande Madre 1984 – Sció live 1994 – E sona mo' 2002 – Concerto Medina Tour 2001 2003 – In tour 2006 – Pino Daniele Live @ RTSI 2013 – Tutta n'ata storia - Vai mo' - Live in Napoli 2015 – "Nero a metà Live - Il concerto - Milano 22 dicembre 2014" 1986 – Musica musica 1990 – Tra musica e magia 1995 – Passa'o tiempo e che fa - I primi anni 1997 – Voglio'o mare 1998 – Yes I Know My Way 2000 – Studio Collection, Le origini 2000 – Napule è 2002 – Amore senza fine 2004 – The Platinum Collection 2005 – Studio Collection 2006 – Pino Daniele D.
O. C. 2006 – Tutto Daniele - Che male c'è 2008 – Ricomincio da 30 2008 – The Platinum Collection: The Early Years 2008 – I grandi successi - Pino Daniele 1988 – Le vie del Signore sono finite 1976 – "Ca calore" 1977 – "Napule è " 1979 – "Je so' pazzo" 1980 – "Nun me scoccià" 1984 – "Keep on Movin'" 1984 – "Yes I Know My Way" 1985 – "Ferryboat" 1987 – "Watch Out" 1988 – "Tell Me Now" 1988 – "Jesce juorno/Tell Me Now" 19
Fernando Ezequiel'Pino' Solanas is an Argentine film director and politician. His films include La hora de los hornos, Tangos: el exilio de Gardel, Sur, El viaje, La nube and Memoria del saqueo, among many others. Since 2013, he has been a National Senator representing the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Solanas studied theatre and law. In 1962, he directed his first short feature Seguir andando and in 1968 he covertly produced and directed his first long feature film La Hora de los Hornos, a documentary on neo-colonialism and violence in Latin America; the film was screened around the world. Solanas has won the Grand Jury Prize and the Critics Award at the Venice Film Festival and the Prix de la mise en scène at the Cannes Film Festival. In 1999 he was the President of the Jury at the 21st Moscow International Film Festival, he was awarded a special Golden Bear at the 2004 Berlin Film Festival. He collaborated with tango composer and musician Ástor Piazzolla on the soundtracks for various movies.
Solanas was at the forefront of the Grupo Cine Liberación that shook Argentine cinema in the 1970s, developing its social conscience and political voice. He was active in the campaign to support Perón. Threatened by right-wing forces in the 1970s, one of his actors was assassinated and he himself was kidnapped. Together with Octavio Getino, Solanas wrote the manifesto "Toward a Third Cinema"; the idea of a political Third Cinema, opposed to Hollywood cinema and European auteur cinema, inspired film makers in many so-called developing countries. Solanas went into exile in Paris in 1976, only returning to Argentina with the arrival of democracy in 1983, he continued to make political films and was an outspoken critic of Carlos Menem, the Argentine President. Three days after such a public criticism, on 21 May 1991, Solanas was shot six times in his legs. Despite dealing with the attack and disability, Solanas became more involved in politics and stood to be a Senator for Buenos Aires, receiving 7% of the vote in 1992.
A year he was elected a National Deputy for the Frente Grande list, although he left the party after a year. Solanas continues to write and direct, including the 2005 film La Dignidad de los Nadies and the 2008 film La última estación, his son, Juan Solanas, is a noted film director. In October 2007, Solanas was a presidential candidate in the Argentine general election, 2007 for the Authentic Socialist Party, he became the 5th most voted candidate, with 1.58% of the vote. In 2009, Solanas was elected as National Deputy for the city of Buenos Aires on the June 28th parliamentary elections, as his party Proyecto Sur became the 2nd force on the city by collecting 24.2% of the votes. In 2013, Solanas was elected National Senator, representing Buenos Aires City in the 2013-2019 period. Seguir andando Reflexión ciudadana La hora de los hornos Argentina, Mayo de 1969: los caminos de la liberación Perón, la revolución justicialista Perón: actualización política y doctrinaria para la toma del poder Los hijos de fierro La mirada de los otros Filmed in Paris, France El exilio de Gardel Sur El viaje La nube Afrodita, el sabor del amor Memoria del saqueo La dignidad de los nadies Argentina latente La próxima estación La tierra sublevada "The possibility of making a new cinema outside the system depends on whether or not filmmakers can transform themselves from'directors' into total filmmakers.
And no one can become a total filmmaker without being a film technician, without being capable of handling the production." Fernando Solanas and Octavio Getino, "Towards a Third Cinema" in: Movies and Methods. An Anthology, edited by Bill Nichols, University of Arizona Press 1976, pp 44–64 Jessica Stites Mor. Transition Cinema: Political Filmmaking and the Argentine Left since 1968. Pittsburgh, 2012. Official website Fernando Solanas on IMDb Towards a Third Cinema Manifesto Interview. Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo 2009, Spain on YouTube
Domenico Pino was an Italian soldier. He served as General of Division in Napoleon's Grande Armée. Pino was born to Francesco and Margherita Lonati, a scion of a distinguished family, he attended the Collegio Gallio in Como and joined the army of the Duchy of Parma, serving as a captain in the cavalry. He enlisted as a grenadier in the Lombardy Legion, formed by Napoleon as part of his Army of Italy in October 1796. Pino was promoted to command a battalion in the Legion only one month later, he was promoted to Colonel on 25 February 1797, to Brigadier General on 16 December 1798, to General of Division in 1800, the highest rank in the Legion. His rapid rise was due to his outstanding service in Napoleon's Army of Italy. Captured at Ancona in 1799, he was released on his parole, so missed the Battle of Marengo in 1800, but was recognised for his service in command of a division in the campaign in Tuscany in 1800 and 1801, his younger brother, Giacomo Pino served him as an aide-de-camp. Napoleon renamed the Cisalpine Republic as the Italian Republic in January 1802, Pino became its Minister of War on 13 August 1804.
Pino remained Minister of War when the Republic became the Kingdom of Italy on 17 March 1805. Pino was appointed commander of Napoleon's Italian Guard in 1806, remaining in this post until 1815, although he never commanded the Italian Guards, but was away, serving overseas, he commanded a division of Italians in Prussia in 1807, the 2nd Division in Spain in 1808, 1809 and 1810. For his service, Pino was created a Count of the Kingdom of Italy on 12 April 1809 and a Count of the French Empire on 9 March 1810, he commanded the 15th Division in the Napoleon's 1812 invasion of Russia. The 15th Division was assigned to the IV Corps, composed of Italian soldiers, was commanded by the viceroy of Italy, Eugène de Beauharnais. Pino commanded his division in the Battle of Maloyaroslavets on 24 October 1812, in which his brother Giacomo was killed. Although claimed as a French victory, in that the Russians withdraw from the field, the battle caused Napoleon to take the disastrous decision to retreat from Moscow along the same path as his army had advanced earlier that year.
Of 27,000 Italians that invaded Russia, only 1,000 returned. Pino commanded forces in the defence of Italy in 1813, but was dismissed by the viceroy, Eugène de Beauharnais, with whom he had had disagreements in Russia. After Napoleon's abdication in early 1814, Eugène aimed to take the throne of Italy as Napoleon's successor. However, Eugène's ambitions were thwarted by an uprising in Milan on 20 April 1814. Pino was present during the uprising, but there is little evidence of any direct involvement from him in its instigation. Pino was named a member of the provisional government on 22 April, nominated to command the forces of the Kingdom of Italy. Eugène signed the Convention of Mantua on 23 April, northern Italy returned to Austrian rule on 28 April; the Emperor of Austria offered Pino the position of Feldmarschalleutnant. Pino retired to Cernobbio near Lake Como. There, his wife, Vittoria Peluso had inherited the palatial Villa del Garrovo from her first husband, the Marquis Calderari. Pino remained in retirement until his death.
This article is based on a translation of the equivalent article of the German Wikipedia, dated 2006-10-24