Lucio Battisti - The Best Of Lucio Battisti album flac
Title: The Best Of Lucio Battisti
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Genre: Rock / Pop
Lucio Battisti is the first album by the Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti. It was released in March 1969 by Dischi Ricordi. The album was Italy's third best selling album in 1969. All lyrics written by Mogol; all music composed by Lucio Battisti, except where noted. Un'avventura" (An Adventure) − 3:10. 29 settembre" (29th September) − 3:30. La mia canzone per Maria" (My Song for Maria) − 3:10. Nel sole, nel vento, nel sorriso e nel pianto" (My Father Told Me) − 2:46.
What are the best albums by Lucio Battisti? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The best album by Lucio Battisti is Anima Latina which is ranked number 4,020 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 449. Lucio Battisti is ranked number 973 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 1,994. Members who like this artist also like: Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa and The United States Of America.
Songs in album Lucio Battisti - All The Best (1991). 1. La Canzone Del Sole.
Lucio Battisti - Lucio Battisti (1969). Songs in album Lucio Battisti - Lucio Battisti (1969).
through the ensuing three decades.
Lucio Battisti (5 March 1943 – 9 September 1998) was an Italian singer and composer. He is considered to be one of the best-known and most influential musicians and authors in Italian pop rock music history. Battisti started his career in 1966 and from 1969 to 1994 he released 18 albums in his home country. A significant part of his production was translated into Spanish (various albums) and English (one album).
Taking the best of his Latin musical heritage and combining it with a more international flavour gave rise to a number of diverse, often complex and multi-layered albums, which peaked with the acclaimed and progressive "Anima Latina" in 1974. While never full-out progressive rock, BATTISTI was influenced by the ambition of the Rock Progressivo Italiano scene (as well as an influence on it) which can be heard on several of his albums. This album is the last of Lucio Battisti's before a disco influence crept into his work for a few records, and so anyone looking for progressive pop might like to start here then go backwards a few albums (including the amazing Amore e Non Amore) rather than move forward from here.
|A1||Pensieri E Parole|
|A2||Acqua Azzurra Acqua Chiara|
|B1||Le 3 Verita'|
|B3||Mi Ritorni In Mente|
|B4||Fiori Rosa Fiori Di Pesco|
|B5||Non E' Francesca|
|B6||Dio Mio No|
|PI-LPS-4021, PILPS-4021||Lucio Battisti||The Best Of Lucio Battisti (LP, Comp)||P.I. Records, P.I. Records||PI-LPS-4021, PILPS-4021||US||1973|