8 thoughts on “ Zirichiltaggia - Fabrizio De André - Fabrizio De Andrè (Box 4lp) (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Fans had to wait almost a decade to see Fabrizio De André performing live, since the Genoese songwriter famously shunned all public appearances until , and only sporadically gave concerts or interviews after that. As a result, every De André tour became an event in its own right. This tour in particular was very eagerly awaited because De André had asked Premiata Forneria Marconi.
  2. Fabrizio Cristiano De André (Italian pronunciation: [faˈbrittsjo de anˈdre]; 18 February – 11 January ) was an Italian singer-songwriter.. Known for his sympathies towards anarchism, left-libertarianism and pacifism, his songs often featured marginalized and rebellious people, Romani, prostitutes and knaves, and attacked the Catholic Church hierarchy.
  3. «Pensavo: è bello che dove finiscono le mie dita debba in qualche modo incominciare una chitarra.» (Fabrizio De André, Amico fragile) Fabrizio Cristiano De André, noto semplicemente come Fabrizio De André (Genova, 18 febbraio – Milano, 11 gennaio ), è stato un cantautore italiano.. Considerato da gran parte della critica uno dei più grandi cantautori italiani di tutti i.
  4. Written-By – Fabrizio De André, Fabrizio De André, Giuseppe Bentivoglio, Nicola Piovani: A5: La Guerra Di Piero Written-By – Fabrizio De André: B1: Il Pescatore Written-By – Fabrizio De André: B2: Zirichiltaggia Written-By – Fabrizio De André, Massimo Bubola: B3: La Canzone Di Marinella Written-By /5(26).
  5. Fabrizio De André ( - ) was a leading Italian singer-songwriter and poet. In his works he often told stories ofmarginalized and rebellious people, above all prostitutes, that were seen by De André as an answer to the bourgeoisprissiness. De André was born in Genoa on 18th February
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In Concerto on Discogs. Label: Ricordi - • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country •4/5(16).
  7. De Andre ' Fabrizio & Pfm Comments / Reviews The historic footage of the concert in Genoa on January 3, by Fabrizio De André with PFM, recently found after being kept for over 40 years, has been fully restored and after being a champion of receipts in all Italian cinema it becomes a CD and LP box set.

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