golfo di napoli

Patrick Esposito Di Napoli

Patrick Esposito Di Napoli (January 18, 1964November 13, 1994) was a musician and member of the Quebec musical band Les Colocs, where he played harmonica. He was originally from Perpignan, in the Pyrénées-Orientales département in France.

He wrote the song Séropositif Boogie, which appeared on the band's first album, about living with HIV. He had contracted the virus from a tainted needle. He died on Sunday, November 13, 1994 of complications from AIDS. The band continued to show homage in him, using pictures of him during live shows, as well as dedicating their final album Dehors Novembre (the title track being written from his point of view as a dying man) to him.

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