Italian Girl Singers of the 60s - Groovy girl-pop from the land that brought you Pucci, Fellini and Morricone.
Connoisseurs of 1960s girl-pop have been well served in the CD era, particularly those with a preference for American or British singers. Good music, of course, is not exclusive to the English-speaking world, and collections devoted to the female vocalists of France, Japan, Spain and Germany are also available, but to the best of my knowledge their Italian counterparts have not been anthologised. If “Ciao Bella!”, released as a 12-track 180g white vinyl LP in gatefold sleeve, is the first of its kind, let’s hope it’s not the last.
Baluba Shake - Brunetta e i suoi Balubas / No - Mina / Il Mio Posto Qual'è - Ornella Vanoni / Sono Qui Con Voi (Baby Please Dont Go) - Caterina Caselli con Gli Amici / Un Amore Inutile - Isabella Iannetti / La Notte È Fatta Per Rubare - Catherine Spaak
Il Geghegè - Rita Pavone / Questa Sinfonia (Symphonie) - Carmen Villani / Ragazzo Triste (But You're Mine) - Patty Pravo / Non È Mai Tardi (Dressed In Black) - Rita Monico / Se Telefonando - Mina 06 Preview Pà Diglielo A Mà - Nada
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