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Amore caro, amore bello. Авторы текста и музыки. Lucio Battisti, Mogol. Norah Jones Greatest Hits - Norah Jones Full Album 2018 - Продолжительность: 1:54:11 Music Life Forever Рекомендуемые вам.

Read about Il Tuo Amore from Gino Paoli's Allo Studio A and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Amore Che Vieni, Amore Che Vai. Fabrizio De André. After several different jobs, he was called by Ricordi with his friends Luigi Tenco and Bruno Lauzi. View full artist profile. Play all. Domenico Modugno.

Bruno Lauzi was born in Asmara, then part of the Italian Eastern Africa, to a Catholic father and a Jewish mother. In the 1960s he moved to Genoa, where he became part of the local music scene and met Gino Paoli, Luigi Tenco and Fabrizio De André. After a spell as song writer for Mia Martini, Georges Moustaki and Ornella Vanoni, Lauzi established himself as a renowned cantautore (singer-songwriter). His biggest hits include "Ritornerai" (1963), "Amore caro amore bello" (1972),"Onda su onda" (1974), "Genova per noi" (1975)) and a poet-composer.

Bruno Lauzi was an Italian singer-songwriter, poet and writer. Posts About Bruno Lauzi. lt;p

Gino Paoli, Bruno Lauzi & Umberto Bindi 2012. He also spent his time working as a talent scout, helping the careers of both Lucio Dalla and Fabrizio De André get off the ground. Despite his success, the '60s were tumultuous years for Paoli. An attempted suicide (that left shrapnel near his heart) and the suicide of Tenco sent him into a deep depression, and he took a break from music for a while. A prolific composer, Paoli continued releasing nearly an album a year well into the 1990s, including 1988's L'Ufficio Delle Cose Perdute, 1991's Matto Come un Gatto, and 1994's King Kong. In 2002 he returned to the San Remo Festival with "Un Altro Amore," also found on his album Se. Two years later he released Ti Ricordi? No Non Mi Ricordo, a collection of 12 duets with onetime flame and longtime friend Ornella Vanoni.

Fabrizio De Andrè, or Faber as he was nicknamed by his friend Paolo Villaggio, does not need to be introduced. He is considered one of the most famous and important song writers of Italian music and contributed to give value to Ligurian culture. He is considered part of the so called Genoese school, together with Bruno Lauzi, Gino Paoli, Umberto Bindi and Luigi Tenco. Fabrizio Cristiano De André was born in the Genoese district of Pegli on February 18th in 1940. During his career he released thirteen albums and many singles. This album is considered a masterpiece in world music. Fabrizio De Andrè died in Milan on January 11th in 1999. His funerals were celebrated in Genoa in the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta in the district of Carignano: almost 10 thousand people attended the ceremony, among them there were many artists, members of the showbiz and of the political scene.

Fabrizio Cristiano De André (Italian pronunciation: ; 18 February 1940 – 11 January 1999) was an Italian singer-songwriter. Known for his sympathies towards anarchism, left-libertarianism and pacifism, his songs often featured marginalized and rebellious people, Romani, prostitutes and knaves, and attacked the Catholic Church hierarchy.

Acquista i biglietti per il oncerto di Gino Paoli e Danilo Rea a Milano. Paoli e Rea stanno collezionando un sold out dopo l’altro nei concerti dal vivo sui palcoscenici più prestigiosi in Italia e all’estero, incantando ed emozionando il pubblico ogni volta

Sheet Music and Tabs for Bruno Lauzi. Nato sul suolo africano dell'Eritrea, ma cresciuto a Genova, è considerato - insieme con Fabrizio De André, Umberto Bindi, Luigi Tenco e Gino Paoli - tra i fondatori e maggiori esponenti della cosiddetta scuola genovese dei cantautori (alla quale sarebbe poi stato assimilato anche Piero Ciampi). L'inclinazione artistica di Lauzi si manifesta piuttosto precocemente.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Programma 1
A1 Fabrizio De André Carlo Martello
Written By – F. De André*, Villaggio*
A2 Gino Paoli Un Uomo Che Vale
Written By – G. Paoli*
Programma 2
B3 Bruno Lauzi Il Poeta
Written By – B. Lauzi*
B4 Fabrizio De André La Ballata Dell'Amore Cieco
Written By – F. De André*
B5 Gino Paoli Io Che Sarei
Written By – Trent*, Barosso*
Programma 3
C6 Giorgio Gaber Amore Difficile Amore
Written By – G. Gaber*
C7 Bruno Lauzi Ritornerai
Written By – B. Lauzi*
C8 Giorgio Gaber la Chiesa Si Rinnova
Written By – G. Gaber*
Programma 4
D9 Fabrizio De André la Canzone di Marinella
Written By – F. De André*
D10 Gino Paoli A Che Cosa Ti Serve Amare
Written By – G. Paoli*
D11 Bruno Lauzi Menica, Menica
Written By – B. Lauzi*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rifi Record Company
  • Manufactured By – Rifi Record Company S.p.A.
  • Distributed By – Rifi Record Company S.p.A.

Notes

Ⓟ1972 Made in Italy by RiFi Record «Tempo Libero e Cultura»
Curiously the compilation was release first on 8-track (july 1972) than in LP (february 1973).
The LP (Variety ‎REL-ST 19137) have a similiar graphic artwork.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
REL-ST 19137 Fabrizio De André, Giorgio Gaber, Bruno Lauzi, Gino Paoli Fabrizio De André, Giorgio Gaber, Bruno Lauzi, Gino Paoli - Amore Cronaca E Morte ‎(LP, Comp) Variety REL-ST 19137 Italy 1973

Fabrizio De André, Giorgio Gaber, Bruno Lauzi, Gino Paoli - Amore Cronaca E Morte album flac
Ballad, Chanson
Performer: Fabrizio De André
Title: Amore Cronaca E Morte
Category: Pop / Folk
Country: Italy
Released: 1972
Rating: 4.5/5
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