Un giorno ho trovato una sua vecchia foto, era giovane e bella, bellissima, ed era pettinata come Mina, aveva perfino il neo nello stesso posto. Quei quasi 9 minuti, riempiti da Mina e Battisti per un mash-up coi fiocchi, cambiarono il nostro Paese nel pieno della sua rivoluzione culturale. Volevo che quel video durasse ancora un altro po’, almeno il tempo di un’altra canzone… Invece finì lì con quel “tu chiamale se vuoi emozioni”. Morricone started to repeat a short musical theme of just three notes (by his term a micro-cell)[47] on an upright piano. Lei intervenne intonando con voce calda Mi ritorni in mente, nel quale si manifestò il primo incrocio delle due voci che poi proseguì ne Il tempo di morire. 4. Si trova nell'album Mina Live '78, che celebra l'evento, con i brani della fantasia separati fra loro. [54] Mina's performance was typically characterised by expressive intensity, subtle variations, and original phrasing. La cantava Mina. Mina was banned from TV and radio in 1963 because her pregnancy and relationship with a married actor did not accord with the dominant Catholic and bourgeois morals. Classical Music Library Biography, "I singoli più venduti del 1968 (Biggest-selling singles of 1968)", "Mina, auguri alla "più grande cantante bianca del mondo" che fece 'innamorare' Armstrong e De Andrè", "Pop diva Mina finds mystery songwriters", Song of the Day: La Scala ft. Gretta Rochelle, "Tu Farai" (Mina cover), "E Mamma Mina cestinò i complimenti dei Beatles", "Sotto i ferri in italia ma il chirurgo e negli usa". Cosa dici, per una volta le cantiamo insieme queste canzoni?». Baby Gate Tributo Mina in acustico piano e voce del brano "fiori rosa fiori di pesco" del grande Lucio Battisti. MASHUP ITALIANI DA BATTISTI A ROVAZZI; PLAGI MUSICALI ITALIANI; THEGIORNALISTI MASHUP; Oceanboy Veejay. [15] After the ban, the public broadcasting service RAI tried to continue to prohibit her songs, which were forthright in dealing with subjects such as religion, smoking and sex. Mina and the three songwriters met in a RAI rehearsal room at Via Teulada, Rome. [32] The single topped the list of annual sales in Italy[9] and reached the Billboard Hot 100[11] as "This World We Love In". La chiusura non poteva che essere affidata ad Emozioni, un capolavoro dove Mina e Battisti la interpretano in maniera intensa ed emotivamente eccelsa. The album Studio Uno 66 featured the song as one of the standout tracks along with "Ta-ra-ta-ta" and "Una casa in cima al mondo". [54] Other songs that RAI initially banned as immoral were "Ta-ra-ta-ta" (dealing forthrightly with smoking),[73] "La canzone di Marinella", and "L'importante è finire" (alluding to sex without love). President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi presented her with the Second Class of the Italian Order of Merit on 1 June 2001. In a vote of 30,000 participants, "Se telefonando" emerged at the top of the list.[83]. [12][38][39] Mina had six more singles on the German chart in the next two years. Cosa dire?. [21] Mina's repertoire at the beginning of her career included clumsy imitations of British and American rock and jazz songs, while her extra-loud and syncopated version of the song "Nessuno" showcased her excellent sense of rhythm. Non credo avesse abboccato. Album Mazzini canta Battisti. Mina, con il passo deciso e la scioltezza di chi conosce la telecamera da più di dieci anni, si avvicina a Lucio Battisti, timido e restio a parlare troppo, per presentare il loro prossimo numero. [18] She helped to incorporate new styles into Italian pop music, including nuevo tango, as seen in her duet "Balada para mi muerte" with Ástor Piazzolla. Come Foglie d’Estate …MASH … She recorded the theme song "Fa presto, fa piano" ("Works Quickly, Works Quietly") for the film La sculacciata, issued in 1974. E’ strana la vita. In 1960, Mina made her Festival della canzone italiana in Sanremo debut with two songs. In her early teens, Mina was a competitive swimmer for the Canottieri Baldesio sports club in Cremona, attended by the elite of the Cremonese bourgeoisie at the time. [40][41] Her next single, "È l'uomo per me", a cover of Jody Miller's "He Walks Like a Man", became the biggest selling record of the year in Italy. 1:32. These intertwine the lady's lamentation of the end of love and the lies she has to hear with the male protagonist's recitation. Kyrie. [24] She soon signed with Davide Matalon, owner of the small record company Italdisc. Con quel suo ciclo dei tre accordi (Do, Sol, Fa, Sol) mi ha insegnato a suonare la chitarra, La canzone del sole, Il mio canto libero, Il tempo di morire sono state le prime e – ahimè – le ultime, canzoni che ho strimpellato sul letto della mia cameretta. Amor mio, Insieme, Io e te da soli, Acqua azzurra, acqua chiara sono soli alcuni dei gioielli regalati alla vera ed unica signora della musica italiana. [8] The subsequent ban from performing on Italian TV and radio channels further developed Mina's image as an independent bad girl,[8][11] which she emphasized with her choice of song themes. La sezione di Rockol con la tracklist e i testi completi di Mazzini canta Battisti di Mina da Rockol.it [8][22] The writer Edoardo Sanguineti recalled the Italian public's first encounter with the enthusiastic singer as:[29] .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}. 3. The singer combined classic Italian pop with elements of blues, R&B and soul music during the late 1960s,[18] especially when she worked in collaboration with the singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti. Mina's intimate relationships, however, remained in Italy, as she had a brief affair with the actor Walter Chiari. The song was performed as part of a musical fantasy, back to back with "Quelli che hanno un cuore", her intense version of "Anyone Who Had a Heart". Marcello Bufacchi, Mina 1958–2005 Ancora insieme, Antonella Giola, Daniela Teruzzi, Gherardo Gentili. [46] The lyrics were composed in a dark, Hal David mode. Mina continued to release albums on a yearly basis with her son Massimiliano Pani as the producer. Lucio Battisti, Storico duetto con Mina, Segnala. Mina chronology; 4 anni di successi (1967) Dedicato a mio padre (1967) Mina alla Bussola dal vivo (1968) Dedicato a mio padre is an album by Italian singer Mina, released in 1967. Shirley Bassey carried Mina's ballad "Grande grande grande" to charts in the U.S., UK, and other English-speaking countries in 1973. [33] Disappointed with these results, Mina declared her intention of never performing at the Sanremo song festival again. Poi continuarono. [60], The final number of the eight Teatro 10 episodes was "Parole parole" ("Words Words"), a duet with Alberto Lupo. During the series, she explored different musical styles in the songs "Everything's Alright", "Mack the Knife", "Night and Day", and "Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You)". Ho accettato, sia pure a malincuore, che da 40 anni non si faccia più vedere. Mina continues to publish gold selling albums to the present. As a result of their marriage, her legal name was changed to Anna Maria Mazzini Crocco. The starlet signed with Elio Gigante, an experienced artist manager. She turned his song "Se stasera sono qui" ("If I Stay Here Tonight") into a rigorous piece of soul music[18] in the score of Pino Calvi. Non la cantava Battisti. [20] "Niente di niente" ("Nothing at All") was her version of the Delfonics' "Break Your Promise". Stavo tornando a casa dopo un allenamento di tennis, ero stanca, e all’improvviso in radio partì Fiori rosa fiori di pesco. [8], In performance, Mina combined several modern styles with traditional Italian melodies and swing music, which made her the most versatile pop singer in Italian music. Mina has scored 77 albums and 71 singles on the Italian charts. Title Writer(s) Length ; 1. Caspita, erano perfetti, un fiume in piena, emanavano un’energia esplosiva, trasmettevano libertà. The series also included the songs "Fantasia", "La musica è finita" ("The Music is Over") and the elegant "Un colpo al cuore" ("Heart Attack"). By Mina, a word became the word, a note became the note. Mina è la più grande voce italiana di sempre. [16][17] Her main themes are anguished love stories performed in high dramatic tones. Later, the public called Mina the Queen of the Screamers. Lei sembra insolente nel fargli notare che “Tu canti le tue canzoni, cioè canti soltanto quelle proprio” , lui a disagio nel ripetere quelle poche battute che gli sono state affidate. Scopri (e salva) i tuoi Pin su Pinterest. The videos were broadcast over the Wind internet site on 30 March. Credo che lui e Celentano siano i sui cantanti preferiti. Il video completo era stato caricato su youtube nel 2013, durava, anzi, dura nove minuti circa. Bugiardo più che mai...più incosciente che mai... 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Baby Gate Tributo Mina in acustico piano e voce del brano "fiori rosa fiori di pesco" del grande Lucio Battisti. Her second spouse was Virgilio Crocco, a journalist for Il Messaggero, in 1970. Lucio Battisti, Alea - Con il nastro rosa. Her first hit with the band featured Mina performed an extra-loud, syncopated version of the popular song "Nessuno" ("Nobody"), which she performed at the first rock festival in the Milan Ice Palace in February 1959. [20], While on summer holiday in Versilia on 8 August 1958, Mazzini gave an improvised performance of the song "Un'anima tra le mani" to amuse her family after a concert at the La Bussola night club. In Italian. Top Italian songwriters created material with large vocal ranges and unusual chord progressions to showcase her singing skills, particularly "Brava" by Bruno Canfora (1965) and the pseudo-serial "Se telefonando" by Ennio Morricone (1966). The duet album Mina Celentano, recorded with Adriano Celentano, was the biggest-selling album of 1998 in Italy. In the dialog she scoffs at the compliments he gives her, calling them parole – just words. All of Mina's records under the PDU label have reached the Italian Top 100. Album ∙ Nov ... Mazzini canta Battisti is an … Mazzini canta Battisti is an album by Mina released in 1994. Una ragione vera non c’è, lei era bella però. To demonstrate Mina's vocal range, the composer Bruno Canfora penned the song "Brava", and Ennio Morricone wrote "Se telefonando" with numerous transitions of tonality. From the mid-1980s, the design of the album covers was trusted to Balletti alone. La perfezione. [citation needed], A fan of bossa nova, Mina recorded in Spanish and Portuguese from the start of her career and currently enjoys a fan base in Spain and Latin America. Although born in a small town of Lombardy, she grew up in Cremona city: where her nickname of "Cremona Tiger" was given to her by her friend, the journalist Natalia Aspesi. ...quando tu mi spiavi in cima a un batticuore... was seventh on the annual record chart of 1970. Giuseppe Prestipino Giarritta (born 23 August 1943), professionally known by his pseudonym Pino Presti, is an Italian bassist, arranger, composer, conductor and record producer from Milan.He is a 5th-dan black belt in Shotokan Karate.. Presti was very young when he first entered the music business. In late 1959, Matalon had her drop the name Baby Gate in favour of Mina. Mina Celentano is a duet album by Italy's chart-topping artists Mina and Adriano Celentano, issued in 1998. Musica e Parole. She listened to American rock and roll and jazz records and was a frequent visitor at the Santa Tecla and the Taverna Messicana clubs of Milan, both known for promoting rock and roll. The single "Alibi" (2007) reached #6 in Italy. [53] The orchestrations were scored by the conductors Bruno Canfora and Augusto Martelli. MINA CANTA BATTISTI. «Tu di solito canti le tue canzoni. [21] After finishing high school in 1958, she attended college where she majored in accounting.