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).
Lucio Dalla – Lucio Dalla. 이블: Sony Music – none. 식: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Chorus – Alessandro Colombini, Lucio Dalla, Marco Ferradini, Ricky Portera, Ron (16). Concertmaster – Giampiero Reverberi (tracks: B1, B2, B4, B5). Drums – Giovanni Pezzoli.
Lucio Dalla, OMRI (Italian pronunciation: ; 4 March 1943 – 1 March 2012) was an Italian singer-songwriter, musician and actor. He also played clarinet and keyboards. Dalla was the composer of "Caruso" (1986), a song dedicated to Italian opera tenor Enrico Caruso, and "L'anno che verrà" (1979). Dalla was born in Bologna, Italy.
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.
Lucio Dalla (1979) is an album by the Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla. Studio album by. Lucio Dalla. Stella di mare" (5:56).