Saturday, January 2, 2010

adriano celentano


Adriano Celentano - Er Piu
1. Non Lo Dico Perche Non Lo So
2. Er Piu’
3. Il Valzer Della Taverna
4. Sotto Le Lenzuola
5. Tema Di Er Piu’
6. Tema Di Una Storia D’amore E Di Col
7. Una Storia Come Questa
8. Una Storia D’amore E Di Coltello
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Adriano Celentano - Per Sempre
1. Confessa
2. Mi Fa Male
3. Piu Di Un Sogno
4. Per Sempre
5. Una Luce Intermillente
6. Respiri Di Vita
7. Dimenlicare E Ricominciare
8. Vite
9. Pensieri Nascosli
10. I Passi Che Facciamo
11. Per Vivere
12. Radio Chick
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Adriano Celentano - Unicamente

Celentano (3 CDs)
Cd1
01 - Il tuo bacio è come un rock
02 - 24
03 - Stai lontana da me (tower of strenght)
04 - Grazie prego scusi
05 - Si è spento il sole
06 - Ciao ragazzi
07 - E voi ballate
08 - Ringo
09 - Mondo in mi 7a
10 - Eravamo in 100
11 - Azzurro
12 - Miseria nera
13 - Una carezza in un pugno
14 - Un bimbo sul leone
15 - Storia d’amore

Cd2
01 - Una storia come questa
02 - La ballata di pinocchio
03 - Un albero di trenta piani
04 - L’unica chance
05 - Una festa sui prati
06 - Soli
07 - Il tempo se ne va
08 - Splendida e nuda
09 - C’è qualcosa che non va
10 - Arrivano gli uomini
11 - Ti lascio vivere
12 - Solo da un quarto d’ora
13 - Specchi riflessi
14 - Che t’aggia di’

Cd3
01 - Oh diana (diana)
02 - Il ragazzo della via gluck live
03 - Prisencolinensinainciusol remixed by a
04 - Gelosia
05 - L’arcobaleno
06 - L’emozione non ha voce
07 - Apri il cuore
08 - Io sono un uomo libero
09 - Tir
10 - Per sempre
11 - Respiri di vita
12 - Le stesse cose
13 - I passi che facciamo

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Adriano Celentano (born 6 January 1938) is an Italian singer, songwriter, comedian, actor, film director and TV host.
Adriano Celentano
Born 6 January 1938 (1938-01-06) (age 71)
Milan, Italy
Genres Rock, pop
Occupations Singer-songwriter, musician, actor, director, television presenter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1957- present
Labels Clan Celentano
Associated acts I Ribelli, Mina
Celentano was born in Milan at 14 Via Gluck, about which he later wrote the famous song "Il ragazzo della via Gluck" (the boy of Gluck road). His parents were from Puglia and had moved north to work.[1]

According to urban legend, before beginning his singing career, Celentano was a student of Ghigo Agosti (European rock pioneer) during Agosti's 1955-1956 Northern Italian tour, which was also guitarist Giorgio Gaber's debut
Heavily influenced by his idol Elvis Presley and the 1950s rock revolution, he is also known as the most famous dancer of the Hula hoop fad. For the last 40 years he has retained his popularity in Italy, selling millions of records and appearing in numerous TV shows and movies. In the latter respect, he has also been a creator of a comic genre, with his characteristic walking and his facial expressions. For the most part, his films were commercially successful; indeed in the 1970s and part of the 1980s, he was the king of the Italian box office in low budget movies. As an actor, critics point to Serafino (1968), directed by Pietro Germi, as his best performance.

As a director he frequently casts Ornella Muti, Eleonora Giorgi and his wife Claudia Mori. He and Claudia are the parents of Rosita, Rosalinda Celentano, most notable to worldwide audiences for playing Satan in Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, and Giacomo Celentano. He also often works as a host on several Italian television shows.

He has released 40 albums: 29 studio albums, 3 live albums and 8 compilations. His most famous song is "Azzurro", with lyrics by Paolo Conte, released in 1968 and covered by numerous musicians since.

Adriano Celentano has been a vegetarian since 2005 because he defends animal rights
discography
* La festa (1965)
* Il ragazzo della via Gluck (1966)
* Una carezza in un pugno (1968)
* Adriano Rock (1969)
* Il forestiero (1970)
* Er più (1971)
* I mali del secolo (1972)
* Prisencolinensinainciusol (1972)
* Yuppi du (1974)
* Svalutation (1976)
* Tecadisk (1976)
* Geppo il folle (1978)
* Ti avrò (1978)
* Soli (1979)
* Me live! (1979)
* Un po' artista un po' no (1980)
* Deus (1981)
* Atmosfera (1983)
* I miei americani (1984)
* Joan Lui (1985)
* I miei americani 2 (1986)
* La pubblica ottusità (1987)
* Il re degli ignoranti (1991)
* Super Best (1992)
* Quel punto (1994)
* Arrivano gli uomini (1996)
* Alla corte del remix (1997)
* Mina Celentano (1998)
* Io non so parlar d'amore (1999)
* Esco di rado e parlo ancora meno (2000)
* Il cuore, la voce (2001)
* Per sempre (2002)
* Le volte che Celentano è stato 1 (2003)
* C'è sempre un motivo (2004)
* L'indiano (single) (2005)
* La tigre e il molleggiato (2006)
* Dormi amore - La situazione non è buona (2007)
* L'animale (2008)

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