alice sanremo 1981
In 1989 Bissi returned with another pop album, Il sole nella pioggia (The Sun in the Rain), which was proof of further musical development and evolution as it was clearly influenced by contemporary British artists in the experimental and alternative rock genres such as Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush and David Sylvian and among the all-star line up of musicians contributing to the project were in fact several who previously had collaborated with these: drummer Steve Jansen and keyboardist Richard Barbieri, guitarist Dave Gregory, trumpetist and multi-instrumentalist Jon Hassell, Turkish flutist Kudsi Erguner as well as the Italian trumpet and flugelhorn jazz player Paolo Fresu. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1981 Vinyl release of Tutto Sanremo 1981 on Discogs. Get the Alice Setlist of the concert at Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, Italy on February 7, 1981 and other Alice Setlists for free on setlist.fm! Alice (also known as Per Elisa) is the fourth studio album by Italian singer-songwriter Alice, released in 1981 on EMI Music. Rallye Sanremo 1983. After a three-year absence from the music scene Bissi returned with the album Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi ("Noon in the Alps") in 1992, her most experimental and mature work to date, again recorded with a number of distinguished international musicians such as Steve Jansen, Richard Barbieri, Dave Gregory, Paolo Fresu as well as double bass player Danny Thompson, drummer Gavin Harrison and bassist Jakko Jakszyk. 10. Later in 1996 she appeared as singer and co-writer on Trey Gunn's solo album The Third Star, performing the title track. 1999 saw Bissi on another small-scale tour project with a six-piece acoustic band, exploring and interpreting sacral and spiritual – but not exclusively religious – music, performing in smaller venues and churches in the North of Italy. 50 seguidores. God Is My DJ, which also was recorded and released by Warner Music, comprised works by composers as diverse as Arvo Pärt, David Crosby, Popol Vuh, Eleni Karaindrou, Gavin Bryars, Franco Battiato and Jane Siberry, French, Hungarian and Livonian traditionals, as well as 11th and 14th century hymns sung in Ancient Greek and Latin. Tour de France; Mastering date on the run-out groove: 16-01-81. Printed inner sleeve with artist photo & lyrics. The song she performed, Juri Camisasca's "Il giorno dell'indipendenza" ("The Day of Independence"), qualified for the finals and finished in an honourable ninth place and was also the opening track on the career retrospective Personal Jukebox. In 1998 Bissi released Exit, her most pop-oriented and melodic studio album since the late 1980s, again clearly influenced by urban dance music genres like electronica and contemporary R&B; or as Allmusic wrote in their review "the album often suggests Sarah McLachlan in a duet with Enigma". Exit also includes a second duet with Bluvertigo's Morgan, "L'immagine" ("The Images"), and closes with a cover version of French singer-songwriter Leo Ferré's "L'Etranger" ("The Stranger"), with lyrics based on a poem by influential French nineteenth century poet, critic and translator Charles Baudelaire. Get the Alice Setlist of the concert at Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, Italy on January 31, 1982 and other Alice Setlists for free on setlist.fm! Sanremo 1981 Tutto Sanremo 1951 - 2011 Presentano: Claudio Cecchetto, Eleonora Vallone e Nilla Pizzi Canzone vincitrice: "Per Elisa", cantata da Alice Classifica, canzoni e cantanti-----1. Milan-San Remo 1981: Cristóbal, Barnabas: Amazon.nl Selecteer uw cookievoorkeuren We gebruiken cookies en vergelijkbare tools om uw winkelervaring te verbeteren, onze services aan te bieden, te begrijpen hoe klanten onze services gebruiken zodat we verbeteringen kunnen aanbrengen, en om advertenties weer te geven. The remixed version of the track, also released as a 12" single, omitted all lines sung by the composer himself – again this was done without the knowledge or approval of either Bissi or Battiato. Il nostro viaggio nella storia del Festival di Sanremo prosegue nel segno di un ritrovato interesse da parte del pubblico, quella del 1980 è un’edizione che potremmo definire come l’inizio di un nuovo glorioso ciclo. Two further singles on the Carosello label credited as Carla Bissi followed in 1972 and 1973, both faring relatively unnoticed by the Italian audiences. Sanremo 1981 playlist Per quest'edizione e le tre successive sono ammessi brani con testi interamente in una lingua diversa dall'italiano, a condizione che almeno uno degli autori fosse di nazionalità italiana. Il sole nella pioggia also included a reworking of the track "Le scogliere di Dover", originally released on the Japanese Kusamakura album, provided with new lyrics and retitled "I cieli del nord" ("The Skies of the North"). De start en finish was in San Remo Get the Alice Setlist of the concert at Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, Italy on November 19, 1983 and other Alice Setlists for free on setlist.fm! Alice (Italian pronunciation: [aˈliːtʃe]; born Carla Bissi on 26 September 1954), also known as Alice Visconti, is an Italian singer-songwriter and pianist, active since 1971. Grand tours. ... Edizione proficua quella del 1981 per il Festival di Sanremo che vede in Alice una vincitrice anonima e, forse, inaspettata rispetto alla più sanremese ed immediata Loretta Goggi con la sua “Maledetta primavera”. After the comparatively low sales of albums Mélodie Passagère – Alice Canta Satie, Fauré & Ravel (1988) and Mezzogiorno Sulle Alpi (1992) the EMI label declined to release or even record the 1993/1994 project Art et Décoration with the Arturo Toscanini Symphony Orchestra. Some copies came with a promotional sheet in german. In 1997 she and producer Francesco Messina, Gavin Harrison and Juri Camisasca among others (Stefano Battaglia, Bruno Romani, etc.) Nov 23, 2019 - http://www.publispei.it/productions/45/season/1 oitentices recentes. Unlike Mélodie passagère the Art et Décoration project was not recorded by EMI and still remains unreleased. The song is also in fact one of the very few Italian Eurovision entries ever to become a commercial success in Italy itself – even topping the Italian singles chart, and some twenty-five years later it still remains the best-selling single in Bissi's career to date. 10. In 1984, she represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest with "I treni di Tozeur", a duet with longtime collaborator Franco Battiato. In May 1984 Alice and Franco Battiato represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest with the for its genre highly unconventional song "I treni di Tozeur" ("The trains of Tozeur"), again composed by Battiato, Giusto Pio and lyricist Rosario Cosentino. The album opens with a solo interpretation of the new composition "Come un sigillo" with music by Battiato and lyrics by philosopher Manlio Sgalambro, originally recorded as a duet with the composer on his 2002 album Fleurs 3. Questa che vi proponiamo è una sequenza della puntata di TecheTecheTè andata in onda il 10/06/2013 e intitolata S Come Sanremo. The material was mainly co-written by Bissi and producer Francesco Messina with contributions from Richard Barbieri, Paolo Fresu and Rosario Cosentino but the album also included an English language cover version of Tim Buckley's "Blue Melody" and lead single "In viaggio sul tuo viso" incorporates the Hungarian folk melody "Istenem Istenem".  The album spawned three single releases, "I Am a Taxi", "Dimmi di sì" ("Tell me yes") and "Open Your Eyes", an English/Italian language R&B duet with Skye Edwards, lead singer of British trip hop band Morcheeba. Instead they released a greatest hits compilation in 1994 entitled Il vento caldo dell'estate, taking its title from the artist's first Italian hit single and mainly focussing on material recorded in the early 1980s. The promo video of the latter shows the two singers performing the track sitting in a rowing boat on a sunny summer's day in London's Hyde Park. The album's opening track "Prospettiva Nevski", minutely detailing a cold winter's day at Saint Petersburg's "Nevsky Prospekt" in the early twentieth century, became Alice's best-selling solo single in Continental Europe and Scandinavia since her breakthrough with "Per Elisa" and was followed by "Summer on a Solitary Beach", "Il Re del Mondo" ("The King of the World") and "Luna indiana" ("Indian Moon", loosely based on Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata") and introduced Battiato's music to a wider European audience. Media in category "1981 Sanremo Music Festival" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. seguir perfil. Wielrennen - Milaan - San Remo - 1981 - Gedetailleerde uitslagen. The following years saw the release of the albums Azimut (Azimuth) and Falsi allarmi, again mainly composed by Bissi herself, but also including further songwriting collaborations with Battiato and Giusto Pio, and both albums produced by Angelo Carrara. The Viaggio in Italia album brought Alice back to the Top 20 in Italy, peaking at No. The album contained four single tracks from 1998's Exit and 1995's Charade, the original versions of "Visioni" from 1989's Il sole nella pioggia and "In Viaggio Sul Tuo Viso" from 1992's Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi as well as new interpretations of tracks from her early repertoire, including "Chanson Egocentrique" (another duet with Bluvertigo), "Prospettiva Nevski", "A cosa pensano", "Nomadi", "Il vento caldo dell'estate", a technofied take on "Per Elisa" and an orchestral solo version of "I treni di Tozeur". Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi displayed Bissi's effort to steer away from being a commercially oriented Mediterranean pop act to a much more ambitious performer and marked an increasing expansion into electronics, expressed in colourful synth sounds, occasional drum loops and subdued ambient passages as well as influences from contemporary jazz. In early 1981 she returned to the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Per Elisa", composed by Bissi herself, Franco Battiato and his … Rallye Sanremo 1981. After fifteen years of alternately composing, recording, promoting her work in the media as well as extensive touring, the Charade Tour marked Bissi's final major European concert venture. A condurre è per la prima volta Claudio Cecchetto, affiancato dalla soubrette Olimpia Carlisi e dal futuro Premio Oscar Roberto Benigni. Despite receiving generally positive reviews from music critics and a following sold-out European concert tour the Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi album itself was only a moderate commercial success.