Pheel Balliana

Pheel Balliana
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Background information
Born(1976-09-29) September 29, 1976 (age 40)
OriginAndria, Italy
Genres
  • Latin
  • Blues
  • Electro Swing
  • Swing
  • dub
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, crooner, musician
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2000-present
Associated actsBart&Baker, Melody Gardot

Biography

Pheel Balliana (given birth to Sept 29, 1976, in Andria, Italy) is usually a crooner, composer and performer. He sings in a variety of languages, mainly in British, but with phrases and lyrics in Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and the casual French.  His solo recording is “Platinum Garbage Latino”, recorded among Cuba, Italy and Brazil and released in 2016. It features classical guitar, percussion, accordion and a lot of trumpets, plus examples from aged vinyls, as: “Que Rico un Mambo” by Perez Prado for “La Rica”, “Americana” by Glenn Miller for “Failing” and “One Mint Julip” by Ray Charles for “JUST ONE SINGLE Time”.

Early life and career beginnings

Pheel was created Filippo Carlos Balliana, in Andria in Apulia (Italy). His dad owned an old-fashioned shop, worked for a while behind-the-scenes in Circo Orlando Orfei, a vintage Italian circus, as well as ran a disco back the 1970s. Pheel was raised hearing the disco-era vinyls. He spent some time working as a marriage vocalist, a vocalist in discotheques from Milan to Jakarta, in cabarets in the red-light area of Paris so that as a club-land saving designer. In 2000, Pheel Balliana opened up the Zurich Energy Road Parade  as master-of-ceremonies. He welcomed a masses greater than 1 million people and performed around the first pick up truck before 40 floats. Pheel's main artistic college was performing in the Supperclub in Rome, (2005 to 2010), after that in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA (2009 and 2011) and LA (2011).

First releases

His first singles were house-music information with Joe T. Vannelli. "Nitebush" (Dreambeat Information), released in 2001, was acclaimed by Billboard Publication US. "Mary (Woman Whore)" (Dreambeat Information) was out in 2004. In 2005, Pheel Balliana and Joe T. Vannelli released the strike "White Wedding ceremony" (Common Information) which offered well in Russia.

Life in Paris and collabs

From 2009 to 2012, Pheel lived in Paris. Of these years, he spent some time working using the dandy deejays Bart & Baker on four different EPs, and collaborated on remixes by Nicola Conte, the electro-jazz musician from Bari. Down the road, the melody like "What MAY I do FOR YOU PERSONALLY" have already been included on the state compilations for Space Membership Ibiza, Buddha Club XVII and Saint Germain des Prés Café by Thievery Company. On 2017, the electro golf swing oriented record "Pheel Balliana Sings Bart&Baker" premiered worldwide.

Gold Trash Latino

His first single album "Yellow metal Trash Latino", made by Gabriel Souto and Ignacio Cervantes, among Brazil, Cuba and Italy, premiered on 2016 in Brazil as well as the first single's video "Failing" won the "Hangar Premio Da Musica", as best video of the entire year. "Failing" was the initial clip of the video trilogy, accompanied by the produces of "Period" and "La Rica", both released in 2017.The album features classical guitar, percussion, the accordion and trumpets, plus samples from old vinyls: Que Rico el Mambo by Perez Prado for LA RICA, Americana by Glenn Miller for FAILURE and One Mint Julip by Ray Charles first TIME. Utilizing a cellular phone, Pheel Balliana also documented sounds from the town, radios in Cuba, kids’s music containers, the sound from a porn-movie, the cries of road suppliers and itinerant salesman from Ipanema seaside. The album can be a celebration of collaborators. The Cuban knowledge featured a complete orchestra directed by Ignacio “un Chispa” Cervantes as well as the rumberos Irian and Manley Lopez from Los Chinitos.The producer is Gabriel Souto, located in Natal, Brazil. On the town, Pheel Balliana caused the music artists Diogo Guanabara, Camila Masiso, Kleber Moreira, Henrique Pacheco, Antonio de Padua, Tiquinha Rodriguez as well as the circus acrobat and vocalist Luisa Guedes. Platinum Trash Latino contains latin beats, reggae, rumba, bolero and r&b. The lyrics are centered on like and spiritual clearness. The album objective is to create focus on poverty through education and interpersonal change, especially with regards to the requirements of children.

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