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Italian - J / Save Me - Joan Thiele
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Save Me - Joan Thiele



Save Me is the debut single by Joan Thiele
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Italian - J / Joan Thiele
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Alessandra - later artistically Joan Thiele - begins to take an interest in music at the age of 4. After finishing high school, the young woman decided to take that passion seriously and make it a real profession. Between a city and the other, but also on the web, Joan is noticed by a manager of Universal who puts her under contract. Thiele's first album was released in June 2016 and immediately gained popularity and acclaim among the public. The singer is currently single and has returned to Italy after leaving her last boyfriend. "Actually my idea was to stay in London, but then - I say it honestly - I gave up with my boyfriend and I came back to live in Milan. If we had not left, I wonder if I would have followed this same path. That blow gave me the impetus to try it out here and give it a thousand percent. But my desire is to make myself known also outside Italy: thanks to the Internet today there are no limits. And it's up to the people you surround yourself to decide "ok this tour we do in Italy, this in France". I have been lucky so far "revealed Joan Thiele to Vanity Fair.
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Need "Artist - Song Title" / Re: Piet 1820 Save Me.S833
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Joan Thiele - Save Me    :singing:

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Italian - T / Lu Maritiello - Tony Santagata
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Lu Maritiello - Tony Santagata



In 1974/75 he still participates in Canzonissima and gets the victory, in the unprecedented Folk section, with Lu maritiello written by him, after winning the two previous qualifying rounds with his great achievements. What is beautiful lu primm'ammore and La zita
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Italian - T / Tony Santagata
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Toni Santagata, also in the spelling Tony Santagata, pseudonym of Antonio Morese (Sant'Agata di Puglia, 9 December 1935), is a singer-songwriter, comedian and Italian actor.

Antoni Morese enrolled in the Faculty of Law in Naples: here he founded his first group. Moving to Rome, in 1959 he is already one of the protagonists of the Embassy, ​​one of the symbols of the sweet Roman life. He sings his songs, written by him, including Quant'è bello lu primm'ammore, La zita, Li strascenete and many others, considered however not commercial by the record labels. In the meantime he is one of the historical founders of Folkstudio in the early sixties. Then the Sunset Record publishes the first record.

In 1964 Quant'è bello lu primm'ammore is published as the back of the single Miezz'a la piazza, songs not intentionally deposited at SIAE. The record was immediately censored by Rai. Promoter of the Italian cabaret, after being the first to use the Pugliese dialect with his original cabaret, which he devised, in 1967 he took part in Cantaeuropa, invited by Ezio Radaelli. Invited to the festival the Golden Boat in Naples and wins with a song against the war. Invited to represent the world of cabaret, to commemorate Totò at the Politeama theater, the only non-Neapolitan artist, he writes and sings Carissimo Totò.

In 1968 he was the only singing guest at the Taormina Film Festival, where he was given a full 16 minutes. In 1970, after 220 performances as protagonist at the Derby Club in Milan, where he won the "Golden Bolt" as best stand-up comedian. He is invited by Marcello Marchesi to participate in "Like my face" (4 episodes on Rai 1 in the early evening). Also in 1970 he is the author of the acronym of transmission A as an agriculture.

In 1971, Rai invited him to participate in the Special 3 million program, where he is present for 4 out of 5 episodes, as an Italian singer-songwriter, where he presents. The contestant rooster, The loaf, An army of violets, The sower, all of his composition. Meanwhile, there are thousands of shows as a protagonist in the major Italian theaters and cabarets. He works mainly in the center-north, he changes record company, from RCA to Fonit.

In 1972 Radaelli, under pressure from the great director Anton Giulio Majano, wrote for Cantaeuropa that year. The Regia Televisivo Award, the Festivalbar see him as the protagonist of Recital of 45 minutes, live, lookouts out of the race. In 1973 he was invited to Canzonissima as a singer-songwriter in Italian. It arrives in the semifinals and presents as a new song, a song that is still current today: Austerity, after having passed the previous two rounds with two other pieces of its composition: The commuter and Come dear, sit close. The latter, of an environmental nature, was the acronym of transmission A as an agriculture.

In 1974 Vittorio Salvetti wrote as a singer / comedian in the stage show "Invito al sud", where he performed in an original recital. Shortly afterwards, the patron Ezio Radaelli signed him as a super guest out of the competition in the 1974 Cantagiro show. The ten minutes live with guitar and piano by Vince Tempera, become 20, as the caravan went up to the North, until the last stage of Jesolo (Ripresa Rai).

In 1974/75 he still participates in Canzonissima and gets the victory, in the unprecedented Folk section, with Lu maritiello written by him, after winning the two previous qualifying rounds with his great achievements. What is beautiful lu primm'ammore and La zita
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Need "Artist - Song Title" / Re: Piet 1818 Vino.S833
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Tony Santagata - Lu Maritiello   :103:



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English - S / Shadows - Spring Is Nearly Here
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Dutch - A / Amazing Stroopwafels - Ome Kobus
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Dutch - A / Amazing Stroopwafels
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The Amazing Stroopwafels is a Dutch band originating from Rotterdam. They started as a duo in 1979, performing as street musicians. During the election campaign period they performed often at street demonstrations for the SP, the Dutch socialist party. The group now consists of Wim Kerkhof (vocals, double bass and piano), Arie van der Graaf (electric guitar) and Rien de Bruin (acoustic guitar and accordion). They're one of the busiest-performing groups in the Netherlands with more than 6000 concerts in thirty years. The predominantly Dutch-language group also toured widely in Denmark.

Although the band never had a hit-record, their 1981 song Oude Maasweg (based on Leon Russell's Manhattan Island Serenade, from the album Carney) is a classic in Dutch pop music history.[1] The song starts in English, the second verse continues in Dutch as an impressionist story of heartbreak in the dreary industrial area of Rotterdam. In 2007 the song charted number 16 in the Top 2000, an all-times chart compiled by the listeners of Dutch Radio 2.[2]

The Amazing Stroopwafels have released 18 studio albums and 5 compilation albums, one live LP and three DVDs.

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English - A / Amy Winehouse - Back To Black
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"Back to Black" is a song by English singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse. It was released by Island Records on 30 April 2007 as the third single from Winehouse's second and final studio album of the same name. The song was written by Winehouse and Mark Ronson, and produced by Ronson. "Back to Black" was inspired by Winehouse's relationship with Blake Fielder-Civil, who had left her for an ex-girlfriend.

"Back to Black" received universal acclaim by music critics, who generally praised its throwback sound to girl groups from the 1960s. It was included on several compiled year and decade-end lists of the best in music and was further considered to be one of the singer's signature songs. The single peaked at number eight on the UK Singles Chart in the United Kingdom and is Winehouse's third best-selling single in that country. Many cover versions by various artists were recorded for the song; most notably, Beyoncé and André 3000 covered it for the soundtrack of the 2013 film adaptation of the novel The Great Gatsby (1925).
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