The Sunday Video: What English Sounds Like to Foreigners
This week’s Sunday Video is courtesy of Dossier.
Dossier’s Savannah Palace writers: “Some background info from Savonarola: This is Adriano Celentano. He defined this 1972 track as “the seed of Italian rap”. He used to host a hyper-popular Lottery-related show in the 1980s in which he famously got most of the country to switch off their TV sets, would pause inexplicably, and go on rants about animal rights (“I am the son of the seal”)…”