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Lucio Dalla (1979) is an album by the Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla. The second LP for which he wrote both lyrics and music, Lucio Dalla was released by RCA Italia, and is generally considered among his finest works. It contains some of his most popular songs, such as "Anna e Marco", "Milano" and "L'anno che verrà". Cosa sarà", written with Ron, is sung together with Francesco De Gregori. All songs by Lucio Dalla, except "Cosa sarà", music co-written with Ron. "L'ultima luna" (5:40).

Canzoni is the seventh album released by Lucio Dalla. It was issued in 1996 by Pressing and distributed by BMG Ricordi. The release of the album was anticipated by the single Songs, written with Samuele Bersani. The album has reached the 1st place in the sales rankings in Italy with over 1,300,000 copies sold. Ayrton – 4:26 (Paolo Montevecchi). Canzone – 4:29 (Samuele Bersani, Lucio Dalla). Tu non mi basti mai – 4:30 (Lucio Dalla, Tullio Ferro). Domani – 5:04 (Lucio Dalla, Laurex).

As the title of one of his most famous songs states, Lucio Dalla was born on March 4, 1943, and became one of the most important, as well as most popular, figures in Italian pop music of the second hal. ead Full Biography.

Listen free to Lucio Dalla – Lucio Dalla (L'Ultima luna, Stella di mare and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. A version of Caruso sung by Luciano Pavarotti sold over 9 million copies and the song was a track on Andrea Bocelli's first international album Romanza which has sold over 16 million albums world wide thus far; the song is a tribute to the emblematic opera tenor Enrico Caruso. Lucio Dalla (born March 4, 1943 in Bologna, Italy; died 1 March 2012 in Montreux, Switzerland) was a popular Italian singer-songwriter and musician. He also played clarinet and keyboards.

Lucio Dalla, OMRI (Italian pronunciation: ; 4 March 1943 – 1 March 2012) was a popular Italian singer-songwriter, musician and actor. Dalla was the composer of "Caruso" (1986), a song dedicated to emblematic Italian opera tenor Enrico Caruso. The duo had already broken up by the time the concept album Automobili was released. Roversi, who had been against the album's release, chose the pseudonym "Norisso" when it was time to register the songs Solo career. Lucio Dalla (. sitting in the Teatro Comunale, in Bologna, next to music producer Gianluigi Salvioni (. Affected by the end of the collaboration, Dalla decided to write the lyrics of his next albums himself.

Lucio Dalla (1979) is an album by the Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla. Studio album by. Lucio Dalla. Stella di mare" (5:56).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Amore Disperato
Guest [Special Guest] – Mina Written-By – L. Dalla*
2 Le Stelle Nel Sacco
Written-By – L. Dalla*, M. Lombardo*, R. Costa*
3 Prima Dammi Un Bacio
Written-By – L. Dalla*
4 Ho Trovato Una Rosa
Written-By – J. L. Guerra*, L. Dalla*
5 Per Sempre, Presente
Written-By – A. Messini*, L. Dalla*
6 Per Te
Written-By – L. Dalla*
7 Tu Sa' Ch'i' So
Music By – P. Eidel*Text By – M. Buonarroti*
8 Ambarabà Ciccicocò
Written-By – L. Dalla*, S. Ligi*
9 Putipù
Written-By – L. Dalla*
10 "Yesterday" O "Lady Jane"?
Written-By – L. Dalla*
11 Over The Rainbow
Written-By – H. Arlen*
12 Amore Disperato
Written-By – L. Dalla*

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – BMG
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pressing Line
  • Copyright (c) – Pressing Line
  • Published By – Pressing Line Srl
  • Published By – Karen Publishing
  • Published By – Edizioni BMG Ricordi
  • Published By – Delabel Editions
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing
  • Pressed By –
  • Recorded At – Casadilucio, Isole Tremiti
  • Mixed At – Casadilucio, Isole Tremiti
  • Mastered At – Fonoprint


  • Advisor [Legal Counsel] – Avv. Eugenio D'Andrea
  • Arranged By – Beppe D'Onghia* (tracks: 1, 6, 12)
  • Backing Vocals – Iskra Menarini, Nicoletta Nicolai, Paolo Piermattei, Riccardo Majorana, Roberto Costa
  • Bass, Keyboards, Harmonica, Programmed By – Roberto Costa
  • Classical Guitar – Angelo Messini (tracks: 5)
  • Contrabass – Giovanni Tommaso (tracks: 8)
  • Cover, Photography By – Marco Anelli
  • Drums – Roberto Gualdi
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Ukulele – Marco Formentini
  • Executive-Producer – Bruno Sconocchia
  • Graphics [Graphic Realization] – SdB Stiledibologna*
  • Guitar – Chicco Gussoni (tracks: 9)
  • Guitar [Guide Guitar] – Elio De Cuba (tracks: 4)
  • Keyboards, Clarinet – Lucio Dalla
  • Management – Ph.D.
  • Management [General Organization] – Mariarosa Turcato
  • Management [Money Accounting] – Umberto "Tobia" Righi*
  • Mastered By – Maurizio Biancani
  • Mastered By [Assistant] – Nicola Fantozzi
  • Orchestra – Orchestra Dimi*
  • Orchestrated By, Conductor – Beppe D'Onghia*
  • Percussion – Gionata Colaprisca
  • Piano – Beppe D'Onghia* (tracks: 1, 12), Julian Mazzariello (tracks: 8, 10, 11)
  • Producer [Pre-Production] – Michele Lombardo (tracks: 2)
  • Producer, Arranged By – Lucio Dalla, Roberto Costa
  • Promotion – Michele Mondella
  • Recorded By [Assistant], Mixed By [Assistant] – Davide "Bijoux" Roveri*, Luca "Buono" Gnudi*
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Roberto Costa
  • Saxophone – Stefano Di Battista
  • Technician [Technical Support] – Mark Bass, Tama , Warwick , Zildjian
  • Violin – Olen Cesari (tracks: 2, 7)
  • Violin [First Violin] – Anton Berovski


℗ & © 2003

"Prima dammi un bacio" is the theme of the film of the same name directed by Ambrogio Lo Gudice

Promotion for Midas

Thanks to:
Andrea "Cugg" Faccani, Paola Maieli, Gabriele Cremonini, Simone
Baroncini, Paola and Vittoria Cevenini, Sandro Sandrolini, Tonino
"Diomede" Santoro, Giacomo and Tina, Vittorio and Teresa, Carolina La
Manna, Maria Menarini, Luca Di Brilla, Raffaello Raimondi and to me.

Special Thanks to Mina and Massimiliano Pani

Mina courtesy of GSU/Sony Music
Stefano Di Battista courtesy of Blue Note Records/EMI Music France

Edizioni Pressing Line S.r.l
except "Ho trovato una rosa": Karen Publishing / BMG Ricordi,
"Tu sa' ch'i' so": edition Delabel, "Over the Rainbow": EMI Music Publishing

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 828765 702720
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV03
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2535
  • Matrix / Runout: WWW.IMSSPA.IT 82876570272
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SIAE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
82876570272 Lucio Dalla Lucio ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) Pressing Line, BMG Italy 82876570272 Europe 2003
none Lucio Dalla Lucio ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 256) Pressing Line none Italy 2008