Tullio De Piscopo  

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Tullio De Piscopo (born February 24 1946) is an Italian drummer and singer.

De Piscopo was born in Naples, the son of a drummer in an orchestra. In 1969 he moved to Turin, where he began a successful career as drummer for several popular artists, including Gerry Mulligan, Astor Piazzolla, Gato Barbieri, Lucio Dalla, Pino Daniele, Manu Chao and others. In 1974-1975 he was a member of New Trolls Atomic System.

He also wrote scores for several movies. His most successful song is "Andamento lento", which won Festivalbar in 1988.



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