Ci Vuole Orecchio - Enzo Jannacci - Se Me Lo Dicevi Prima E Altri Successi
Label: DDD - DDD 465171 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Pop • Style: Chanson, Ballad
He is regarded as one of the most important artists in the post-war Italian music scene. Jannacci Ci Vuole Orecchio - Enzo Jannacci - Se Me Lo Dicevi Prima E Altri Successi widely considered as a master of musical art and cabaret and in the course of his career has collaborated with many famous Italian musicians, performing artistsjournalists, television personalities and comedians.
He has written around thirty albums and soundtrackssome of which have since come to be seen as milestones in the history of Italian popular music. A cardiologist in his day job, he is also regarded as one of the founders of Italian rock and roll music, along with Adriano CelentanoLuigi Tenco and Giorgio GaberScorpions - Love At First Sting (Amor a Primera Picadura) whom he collaborated for over forty years.
Enzo Jannacci was born in Milan on 3 June On his father's side his family is from Apuliain the south. His mother's side of the family is from Lombardy. His father was an aeronautical official and worked at Forlanini airport now more commonly known as Linate.
During the Second World War he took part in the Italian resistance movementin particular during the defense of Milanese aviation at Piazza Novelli, an Yours - Baja Marimba Band - Watch Out! which later inspired songs such as Sei minuti all'alba "Six Minutes to Dawn". After finishing high school at the Liceo Scientifico Leonardo da Vinci, Jannacci graduated in harmony, composition and conducting at the Milan Conservatory.
Today Paolo is a musician and conductor. Jannacci started his musical career inbecoming the keyboardist of the group "Rocky Mountains". Lead member of the group initially was Tony Dallaralater replaced by Giorgio Gaber. In he became the keyboardist of the Rock Boys, a Comin On Strong (Slum Dogz Mix) - Rhythm Section - Comin On Strong group accompanying Adriano Celentano.
Jannacci started his solo career in early sixties, recording two songs, "L'ombrello di mio fratello" and "Il cane con i capelli", that already revealed his ironic and surreal style. In he debuted on stage with the recital Milanon Milanin.
In his popularity grew significantly thanks to the recital 22 canzoniof which he was the author together with Dario Fo, and thanks to the song "L'Armando", his first real success.
Between and Jannacci temporarily slowed his activities focusing on his activity of doctor; during these years he however appeared as leading actor in two films, Mario Monicelli 's Le coppie in the segment Il frigorifero and Marco Ferreri 's L'udienza. In Mina covered ten songs of Jannacci in the album Mina quasi Jannacciwhere the songwriter duet with her in the song "E l'era tardi".
In Jannacci released the album Ci vuole orecchio that, pulled by the title song, realized excellent sales. The late years were for Jannacci full of tributes and honors, but also difficult on records.
Both the albums won the art music prize Premio Tenco. On 1 Januaryhis friend Giorgio Gaber died after a long illness at his home near Camaiore. He went to the funeral, which was held two days later at Chiaravalle Abbey where Gaber had married Ombretta Ci Vuole Orecchio - Enzo Jannacci - Se Me Lo Dicevi Prima E Altri Successi but was only able to say that he had lost a brother.
Manzoni " in Milan  and then remained closely friends for many years. Their unique common work took place in for the commedy Aspettando Godot " Waiting for Godot " of Samuel Beckett, 30 thirty years after the duo I due corsari. The collection The Best is his latest album, a double CD containing 35 tracks, rearranged and produced by his son Paolo with 3 new songs. In Jannacci starred in a role of weight in Sergio Castellitto 's comedy film La bellezza del somaro.
Ovvero Enzo Jannaccia tribute event full of guests that was the last public appearance for the already diseased Jannacci. Jannacci died of cancer on the evening of Friday, 29 Marchat aroundat the age of 77 years.
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