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Adriano Celentano (Milan, January 6, 1938) is a singer, dancer and Italian actor.

It is nicknamed the Molleggiato because of his dancing. Throughout his career Celentano has sold around 200 million records, even abroad, and was one of the Italian musical artists with the most sales.
Very often also the author of the music and songs (sometimes co-author of music and lyrics, although, according to his wife Claudia Mori, let them sign to others), thanks to his career and his great achievements, not only in Italy but also in rest of the world, is considered one of the pillars of Italian pop music.

He is granted  the merit of having realized that something in the music business (and costume) was changing, and then to have introduced in Italy, influenced by the new stars of rock and roll from the United States, a new type of music, wild and wide appeal especially for young people of that time.

He starred in about 40 films and published many record albums, enjoying huge success both in music, which is still active, both in the world of cinema (from the late sixties to the early nineties, with Jackpot which today remains the his last film).

In 1958 the Public Music the first 45 laps of Celentano: for Guertler currently prefers that the singer affects cover of American rock'n'roll (Rip it up, Jailhouse Rock, All fruits and Blueberry Hill among others), leaving her compositions in Italian, but, given the success of these four almost nil 45s, Guertler decides to hijack the singer to his new label, Jolly, and allow it to affect even songs in Italian: the first (Good evening Miss and the fever of 'hoola hop) are inserted as side B tracks still in English, but finally in January 1959 is published Hello I'll tell you, the song with which Celentano had attended two years prior to the festival of Italian rock'n'roll; in November of 1958 the song had already been published by Discs Remember interpretation of Giorgio Gaber, and soon followed by other recordings by Ricky Gianco, Pennant and other performers.

Rebels and Adriano Celentano, in "I kiss you kiss ...", 1961.
The disc but has success is The rebel, who is also the first song released written by Celentano (for music); successfully replicated in the summer of Your kiss is like a rock, a piece with which July 13, 1959 Celentano wins the Ancona Festival and selling, in the first week, 300,000 copies coming in first place in the charts for two weeks (as reported data and music discs that year). This record sounds, for the last time, the rhythm guitar Giorgio Gaber: in fact, both for his solo activities for the duo with Whittaker (the two have started to affect together under the name The Two Corsairs) Gaber decided to abandon Rock Boys, I imitated both from Carrara drummer by the two brothers Ratti (the three are dedicated to jazz, but Carraresi will also have some luck in the sixties as a singer and, later, as an author of Japanese cartoons acronyms).

Celentano (which, however, in the recording studio often relies on Jolly musicians) must then find a new backing band concert: then hires a young drummer from Mantua, Gianni Dall'Aglio (nicknamed Cocaine because parents run a grocery store ), who plays in the Original Quartet, and with Whittaker on keyboards, his grandson Gino Santercole to the bass guitar, and Dominic Pasquadibisceglie said Dino and George Benacchio (in the discs of the time sometimes the name is written Bennacchio) on second guitar shaped Rebels . The debut with the new group takes place in mid-September, the Festival Avanti! the Ravizza Park in Milan, where it is proposed the new single girl Teddy (the text of which is another key character in the history of Celentano, Luciano Beretta): the public appreciates the new musicians, especially the drummer boy (who anticipates a decade Michael Shrieve).

The musical activity has, however, a forced stop of a month: September 22 fact Celentano has a car accident, two in the morning, after performing with his group to an evening organized by the Pro Loco at the Rivarolo del Re fair States and is in the company of his girlfriend Milena Cantu, her brother Eugene Cantu and her granddaughter Evelina Santercole when, near the village, the car swerves facing a curve at high speed and ends up in a ditch (today there is a place accident and is called by the inhabitants of Rivarolo "Celentano curve"); Celentano undergoes a chest bruise and a fracture of a rib, and the doctors prescribe a month of rest.
In the same year it was the first collaboration between Mina and Celentano: the Tiger of Crem

01.  Pregherò
02.  Azzurro
03.  Il ragazzo della via Gluck
04.  Una carezza in un pugno
05.  Soli
06.  L'emozione non ha voce
07.  Si è spento il sole
08.  Susanna
09.  Woman in Love
10.  Il tempo se ne và
11.  Yuppi du
12.  Sei rimasta sola
13.  Il Ribelle
14.  La Storia di Serafino
15.  Quando vedrai la mia ragazza
16.  Amami, Amami
17.  Baci
18.  Sotto le lenzuola
19.  Don't Play That Song
20.  E' inutile davvero
21.  24.000 Baci
22.  Storia d'amore
23.  Acqua & Sale
24.  Brivido Felino
25.  Gelosia
26.  Viola
27.  Un'albero di 30 piani
28.  Un po' di vino
29.  A un passo da Te
21.  Chi non lavora non fà l'amore
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Pregherò (Stand By Me) - Adriano Celentano
Pregherò (Stand By Me) - Adriano Celentano



Pregherò è una canzone di Adriano Celentano del 1962, cantata sulla melodia della celebre Stand By Me di Ben E. King. Il testo fu reinventato in lingua italiana da Don Backy, che gli attribuì un significato religioso: proprio per questo, nel 1997 Celentano cantò Pregherò per Papa Giovanni Paolo II al meeting eucaristico svoltosi a Bologna.

Pray is a song by Adriano Celentano 1962, sung to the tune of the famous Stand By Me by Ben E. King. The text was reinvented in Italian by Don Backy, who attributed religious significance: for this reason, in 1997 Cocker sang I will pray for Pope John Paul II in the Eucharistic meeting held in Bologna.
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Azzurro - Adriano Celentano
Azzurro - Adriano Celentano



Azzurro è un brano musicale inciso da Adriano Celentano su 45 giri e inserito nell'album omonimo Azzurro/Una carezza in un pugno, entrambi pubblicati nel maggio 1968 dalla casa discografica di proprietà dell'artista.
La canzone è entrata subito nell'immaginario collettivo degli italiani, nonostante non appartenesse al genere tradizionale e melodico, ed è divenuta il pezzo più cantato all'estero, superando Volare e 'O sole mio.

Blue is a song recorded by Adriano Celentano of 45 laps and be displayed in the same name Blue / A caress into a fist, both published in May 1968 by the record label owned by the artist.
The song entered immediately in the collective imagination of Italians, although it did not belong to the traditional and melodic style, and has become the song most sung abroad, surpassing Flying and 'O sole mio.
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Il ragazzo della via Gluck - Adriano Celentano
Il ragazzo della via Gluck - Adriano Celentano



In my opinion the best Swedish song of all time.


Il ragazzo della via Gluck secondo (sesto per le discografie accreditate) album studio di Adriano Celentano pubblicato su vinile dall'etichetta discografica Clan Celentano di proprietà dell'artista (catalogo ACC-S/LP 40007) nel 1966.
L'inaspettato successo nelle vendite della canzone Il ragazzo della via Gluck, nonostante l'eliminazione dopo la prima serata al Festival di Sanremo 1966, induce Celentano e il suo Clan, a pubblicare un album con lo stesso titolo del brano, pochi mesi dopo averlo inserito nella raccolta La Festa, destinata esclusivamente ai lettori della rivista di fotoromanzi Bolero Film.
La copertina, identica a quella del 45 giri uscito in precedenza, raffigura Celentano a passeggio con un suo amico, entrambi di schiena.
Tutte le canzoni sono arrangiate dal maestro Detto Mariano, che dirige la sua orchestra.
Nel 1983 la CGD / MusicA pubblica un'antologia su LP (LSM 1013) con lo stesso titolo, ma includendo anche canzoni diverse rispetto a quelle presenti nell'album originale.[4] Compilation NON presente nella discografia ufficiale dell'artista.[5]
Nel 1991, la CDG e il Clan Celentano in collaborazione, pubblicano l'album per la prima volta su CD, utilizzando lo stesso numero di catalogo (9031-74551-2),[6] inoltre lo ristampano nei formati Long playing (9031-74551-1) e musicassetta (9031-74551-4).
All'edizione su CD del 1995 (Clan Celentano / RTI Music SP 60782) viene aggiunto, come bonus track, il provino inedito di Nessuno mi può giudicare,[7] canzone che Celentano avrebbe dovuto presentare al Festival di Sanremo 1966, ma che, scartata e affidata ad una ancora sconosciuta Caterina Caselli (in abbinamento con Gene Pitney), raggiungerà il secondo gradino del podio nella stessa manifestazione.
Nel 2012, l'album originale, senza traccia aggiuntiva, è stato rimasterizzato con tecniche digitali (Clan Celentano CLN 2102), su CD e LP.


The street boy Gluck second (sixth for discographies accredited) studio album of Adriano Celentano released on vinyl record label Clan Celentano owned by the artist (catalog ACC-S / LP 40007) in 1966.
The unexpected success in sales of the song The street boy Gluck, despite the elimination after the first evening at the Sanremo Festival in 1966, induces Celentano and his Clan, to release an album with the same title of the track, a few months after the festival included in the collection, designed exclusively for the readers of the magazine in soap operas Bolero Film.
The cover, identical to the previously released 45 laps, depicts Celentano for a walk with a friend, both back.
All songs are arranged by teacher said Mariano, who heads his orchestra.
In 1983, the CGD / MusicA publishes an anthology of LP (LSM 1013) with the same title, but also including several songs from those present in the original album. [4] Compilation NOT present in the artist's discography. [5]
In 1991, the CDG and the Clan Celentano together, publish the album for the first time on CD, using the same catalog number (9031-74551-2), [6] also reprinted in the Long playing formats (9031- 74551-1) and cassette (9031-74551-4).
Edition on CD of 1995 (Clan Celentano / RTI Music SP 60782) is added as a bonus track, the unprecedented audition Nobody can judge me, [7] song Celentano should have submitted at the Sanremo Festival in 1966, but that, discarded and entrusted to a still unknown Caterina Caselli (in conjunction with Gene Pitney), will reach the second step of the podium in the same event.
In 2012, the original album, no additional track, has been remastered with digital techniques (Clan Celentano CLN 2102), on CD and LP.

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Una carezza in un pugno - Adriano Celentano
Una carezza in un pugno - Adriano Celentano



Originariamente pensata come lato A (nel quale appare sull'album), rappresenta uno dei rari casi in cui il successo dell'altro brano presente, fa relegare, secondo alcuni critici musicali a torto, questa canzone sul lato meno rilevante. Ma anche il caso in cui, un pezzo sul lato B del 45 giri risulterà, alla fine, almeno altrettanto famoso quanto quello scelto come lato principale
Probabilmente la miglior canzone mai scritta da Gino Santercole, nipote di Celentano, e Nando de Luca (che cura anche l'arrangiamento) con una melodia che si adatta perfettamente all'estensione vocale di Adriano. L'arrangiamento, un ritmo indolente da cavalcata western vecchio stile, sottolineato dall'introduzione con archi e fiati, fa da sottofondo alla voce dell'artista. Nel coro femminile che accompagna è presente anche Claudia Mori, moglie di Celentano
Canzone d'amore che racconta la benevola gelosia di un uomo burbero, ma simpatico. Un prototipo che Adriano interpreterà più tardi nel film Il burbero del 1986. Segna la fine del personaggio Celentano legato alle bizze del rock'n'roll, per lasciare spazio all'attore, uomo forte ma buono, dai solidi valori morali (sopra tutti: famiglia e matrimonio), predicatore a fin di bene.
Il testo è noto anche per un clamoroso errore grammaticale:

« Ma non vorrei che tu
a mezzanotte e tre
stai già pensando a un altro uomo... »


Originally conceived as a side A (which appears on the album), it is one of the rare cases in which the other's success this song, does relegate, according to some critics wrongly music, this song on the side less relevant. But also the case where, a piece on the side B of 45 rpm will result, at the end, at least as famous as the one chosen as the main side
Probably the best song ever written by Gino Santercole, grandson of Celentano, and Nando de Luca (who is also the arrangement) with a melody that fits perfectly to the extension of voice Adriano. The arrangement, an indolent pace ride western old style, highlighted by the introduction with strings and horns, is the background to the artist's voice. In the women's chorus that accompanies it is also Claudia Mori, wife of Celentano
love song that tells the benevolent jealousy of a grumpy man, but nice. A prototype that Adriano will play later in the film The gruff 1986. It marks the end of the character Celentano tied to the whims of rock'n'roll, leaving the actor space, strong man but good, with solid moral values ​​(above all: family and marriage), a preacher for a good purpose.
The text is also known for a sensational grammatical error:

"But I would not want you
in twelve three a.m.
are you already thinking about another man ... "
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Soli - Adriano Celentano
Soli - Adriano Celentano



L'Album Soli di Adriano Celentano è un album pubblicato nel 1979 dall'etichetta discografica Clan Celentano di proprietà dell'artista stesso.
Si tratta di un album che conteneva nella sua versione originale otto brani a cui, in occasione della ristampa su CD, è stata aggiunta una bonus track.
Tra le tracce presenti, la traccia numero uno che da il titolo all'album, cioè "Soli", è uno dei brani più conosciuti ed apprezzati di Celentano. Molto significativo, a mio parere, anche il brano numero otto, cioè "Medley", che contiene dei pezzi mixati di più canzoni famose del molleggiato.
Un album intermedio nella carriera di Celentano di cui si ricordano pochi pezzi ma che rappresenta comunque un buon album da ascoltare.


The album of Adriano Celentano Soli is an album released in 1979 by the record label Clan Celentano owned by the artist himself.
It is an album that contained the original version of eight songs that, on the occasion of the reissue on CD, was added a bonus track.
Among the tracks, the track number one by the title track, that is, "Suns", is one of the most popular songs and appreciated Celentano. Very significant, in my opinion, even the track number eight, that is, "Medley", which contains the mixed pieces of the most famous songs of the suspension.
An intermediate album in the career of Celentano they have remembered a few pieces but that is a good album to listen to.
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L'emozione non ha voce - Adriano Celentano
L'emozione non ha voce - Adriano Celentano



L'emozione non ha voce è un brano di Adriano Celentano, scritto da Gianni Bella (musica), Mogol (testo) e Fio Zanotti (arrangiamento), pubblicato nell'album Io non so parlar d'amore.
Il brano, uscito come secondo singolo dopo Gelosia, ha contribuito al successo del disco che è rimasto per 101 settimane consecutive nella top 50 della hit parade italiana, vendendo 2 milioni di copie. Il titolo del disco è preso proprio da questa canzone, i cui primi due versi sono proprio Io non so parlar d'amore, l'emozione non ha voce. Appare anche in quattro successive raccolte pubblicate dal Clan Celentano: Il cuore, la voce (2001), Le volte che Celentano è stato 1 (2003), Unicamente Celentano (2006), L'animale (2008).
La versione che appare ne Il cuore, la voce è in duetto con Biagio Antonacci, duetto virtuale in quanto alla versione originale sono state semplicemente sostituite delle strofe con quelle di Antonacci, che canta per altro in terza persona (Lui non sa parlar d'amore). Il duetto inizia e termina con un simpatico siparietto parlato tra i due artisti.


The emotion has no voice is a song of Adriano Celentano, written by Gianni Bella (music), Mogul (text) and Fio Zanotti (arrangement), published in the album I do not know speak of love.
The song, released as the second single after Jealousy, has contributed to the success of the disk that remained for 101 consecutive weeks in the top 50 of the Italian hit parade, selling 2 million copies. The title of the album is taken from this song, whose first two verses are right I do not know speak of love, emotion has no voice. It also appears in the following four collections published by the Clan Celentano: The heart, the voice (2001), The times that Celentano was 1 (2003), Only Celentano (2006), The Animal (2008).
The version appearing in The Heart, the voice is a duet with Biagio Antonacci, virtual duet as the original version were simply replaced with those of the stanzas of Antonacci, who sings for other third person (He does not know speak of love ). The duet begins and ends with a nice curtain spoken between the two artists.
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Si è spento il sole - Adriano Celentano
Si è spento il sole - Adriano Celentano



It is off the sun / The half moon is a 45 Adriano Celentano, published in the summer of 1962., recorded by the record label Jolly.
It is one of the tracks recorded before the expiry of the contract, that the old label of Celentano, the Jolly Records, public taking advantage of the enormous success of the new production of the artist with the label of his own, the Clan Celentano.
Also signed by Celentano with the Adricel pseudonym, is a tango arranged by Julius Lebanon underlining the drama with bows, used right from the start of the introduction.
Log in 4th place in the Italian top ten Oct. 6, 1962, coming from 13th place. The same day and from the same starting position, comes in 6th place also another song of Celentano (though the artist published by the label), the cover of Stand By Me, entitled I'll pray.
It remains in the top three of the podium from 3 November until 1 February of the following year for 13 consecutive weeks, in the same period of time I will pray is firmly in first place, except for the week of 1 December, in which the songs are exchanging raw two at the top positions, even if only for a week.  In conclusion, from 10 November 1962 to 5 January 1963 Celentano Ranked simultaneously two singles of different record companies, respectively that of the Clan in the first place and that of Jolly per second.
Result, even considering the first two months of the following year, the seventh biggest selling single of 1962 (while I shall pray will be the first one)
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Susanna - Adriano Celentano
Susanna - Adriano Celentano




Song of 26 albums of Adriano Celentano My American published in 1984 by the Clan Celentano.
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Woman in Love - Adriano Celentano
Woman in Love - Adriano Celentano



The album, which contains remake of the same Celentano songs and foreign hits, beginning with a fragment of the famous Blue played by a violinist in the manner of which we hear the voice that says Celentano good times. But that cold evening had already appeared with the title Such a cold night tonight sung by Gino Santercole, album of Yuppi du soundtrack.
Azzurro (Pallavicini/Conte)
A woman in love - Rock around the clock
Pregherò
Ma che freddo stasera (Such a Cold Night Tonight)
Don't play that song (You Lied)
Nata per me
Bei tempi
Mondo in Mi 7a
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Il tempo se ne và - Adriano Celentano
Il tempo se ne và - Adriano Celentano



"Il tempo se ne và" and is the brainchild flashed in Cutugno when, during a business meeting at the home of Molleggiato, seeing a brief spat between the singer and the daughter fourteen Rosita. The features and the girl's attitudes leave it clear that the time of the dolls for her is finally spent.
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Yuppi du - Adriano Celentano
Yuppi du - Adriano Celentano



Yuppi du is a 1975 film directed, produced, set to music and performed by Adriano Celentano.

This is the second film of the famous singer as a director after the 1964 Super robbery shot in Milan with Piero Vivarelli, and is perhaps one of his most famous, even as an interpreter. Famous is also the namesake soundtrack of the film, published in the same 1975 on LP and cassette Stereo8, and the eponymous song Yuppi du is one of the most famous of his repertoire.

The film was a major success, becoming one of the highest-grossing film of the 1974/75 season. After the release, for many years he remained "invisible", as (by order of the same Celentano) was never released on VHS; However, later, he had four television broadcasts of Mediaset (three times on Channel 5 in 1987, in 1988 and 1997, and once on Italy 1 in 1995 [1]), and others on some minor private network.

It was presented in competition at the 28th Cannes Film Festival. In 1976 the film won the Silver Ribbon for the best music. In 2008, at the 65th Venice International Film Festival, it was presented out of competition a restored version, partially reassembled, and numerous changes in both the video in the audio portion, as well as digital processing of the image. Soon after he came out (in this recut version) on DVD.
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Sei rimasta sola - Adriano Celentano
Sei rimasta sola - Adriano Celentano



On 1 May 1962 "Adriano Celentano" Public "Sei rimasta sola", with this song also will be born officially the Clan Celentano
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Song - Adriano Celentano

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Amami Amami - Adriano Celentano/Mina
Amami Amami - Adriano Celentano/Mina



Love me love me is a single of the Italian singers duo of Mina and Adriano Celentano, published October 21, 2016.

The song, musically electro-mold Middle East, with references to the Argentine tango was composed by the Israeli Idan Raichel, while the text was co-written by Raichel with Italian singer Riccardo Sinigallia.

"Love me love me" is a reinterpretation of the song "Ma'agalim (Circles)" Idan Raichel, published in October 2015. In addition, the final solo content in the song is a tribute wanted the song "Romance" Celentano.

The song anticipates the second album made in collaboration by Mina and Celentano, entitled Best, out on November 11, 2016, at about eighteen years after the previous Mina Celentano (1998).
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Baci - Adriano Celentano
Baci - Adriano Celentano

Adriano Celentano no movie


Bobby Darin - Things



Remo Germano - Baci



The first success came in the same year with kisses, cover of Things by Bobby Darin. Recorded November 2, she entered the charts in early 1963 coming up in second place. Also sung by Adriano Celentano
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Cover Adriano Celentano - Pregherò (Stand By Me)
Pregherò (Stand By Me)  Lui e gli Amici del Re        :bravo_2:



The project “Lui e gli Amici del Re” was founded in February 2002 by Rosauro Morici with Adolfo Sebastiani, singer from the extraordinary skills. The two, working together with a very talented band, created a tribute to Adriano Celentano that recreates in scale the atmosphere of the concerts of the “molleggiato”.

The appreciation for the project was very fast and brought “Lui e gli Amici del Re” to realize in twelve years more than seven hundred dates, singing in the most beautiful squares in Italy and consolidating its success with audiences and critics in Italy and abroad where Adriano Celentano is loved even more than in his country.

Today “Lui e gli Amici del Re” is the Tribute to Adriano Celentano most imitated and a landmark on the entertainment scene, in Italy and worldwide.
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Sotto le lenzuola - Adriano Celentano
Sotto le lenzuola - Adriano Celentano



Under the sheets (last song with which participated in the Sanremo Festival in 1971)
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Don't Play That Song - Adriano Celentano
Don't Play That Song - Adriano Celentano



Ben E. King - Don't Play that Song



Do not Play That Song (You Lied) is a song written by Ahmet Ertegun and Betty Nelson, originally recorded by soul singer Ben E. King. The song was the title track of the third album of King Do not Play That Song, and reached the top of the US chart R & B singles chart as well as the number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100, when it was released as a single by Atco Records in 1962.

Aretha Franklin recorded a cover of the popular song, in its twenty-first album Spirit in the Dark, released by Atlantic Records. His version, performed together with the Dixie Flyers, was released as a single in 1970 and reached number one (where it remained for five weeks) R & B singles chart, curiously also stopping at the eleventh position on the Billboard Hot 100. In UK instead the individual came to the thirteenth position in the ranking of best-selling singles.
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E' inutile davvero - Adriano Celentano
E' inutile davvero - Adriano Celentano



I do not say the first album of Adriano Celentano released on vinyl record label Clan Celentano owned by the artist on the B-side to the song It really useless
#20 - February 21, 2017, 03:57:28 AM
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24.000 Baci - Adriano Celentano
24.000 Baci - Adriano Celentano



"24.000 baci", also spelled "24 mila baci", is a 1961 song composed by Piero Vivarelli, Lucio Fulci, and Adriano Celentano. The song premiered at the 11th edition of the Sanremo Music Festival with a double performance of Adriano Celentano and Little Tony, and placed at the second place. It is regarded as the first rock and roll song to enter the competition at the Sanremo Festival. During his performance, Celentano created a large controversity for performing part of the song with his back to the public.

The song has been described as a "portrait of the disenchanted youth of that time, not inclined to romanticism, and on the threshold of sexual liberation".

The song had a large success in France with the version performed by Johnny Hallyday titled "24.000 baisers". It was covered in English by Claudio Simonetti with the title "Four An'Twenty Thousand Kisses". Other artists who covered the song include Dalida, Connie Francis, Fausto Papetti, Jenny Luna, Carla Boni.
#21 - February 21, 2017, 07:44:37 AM
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Storia d'amore - Adriano Celentano
Storia d'amore - Adriano Celentano



1969 is also the year of Romance a beautiful and famous love song with a finish containing a long solo accordion, written together with Nando de Luca). The tone of the preacher returns to Three steps forward, I'll be back on my feet and, above all, who does not work does not make love (first place at the Sanremo Festival 1970)
#22 - March 08, 2017, 12:18:59 PM
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Acqua & Sale - Adriano Celentano
Acqua & Sale - Adriano Celentano


 
Along with Attila was the best-selling album of Mina, reaching a million copies in a short time (to date from 1.6); 10 songs that have as their central theme of love. The CD has within it a booklet in which it is drawn a comic book created by Gianni Ronco [3], where the two artists have the appearance of two ducks, and a series of photographs that are involved Mina and Celentano in the recording studio.

The song Water and salt is the only novel written by Audio 2
#23 - March 09, 2017, 09:54:24 AM
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Brivido Felino - Adriano Celentano - Mina
Brivido Felino -  Adriano Celentano - Mina



Brivido felino is a piece of music written by Paolo Audino and Stefano Cenci, starring Adriano Celentano and Mina and published in 1998.
#24 - January 24, 2018, 05:06:29 AM
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Gelosia - Adriano Celentano
Gelosia -  Adriano Celentano



Non ho nessuno a parte te
Che mi ha tradito come sai
Io mi sento un'auto che non ha, non ha più il motore
E mi sento un uomo che vivrà …
#25 - January 25, 2018, 07:50:46 AM
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Viola - Adriano Celentano
Viola -  Adriano Celentano



Successo del Molleggiato
#26 - June 08, 2018, 12:11:33 PM
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Un albero di 30 piani - Adriano Celentano
Un albero di trenta piani - Adriano Celentano



A thirty-story tree in which Celentano takes up a theme for him by now customary, that of ecology, and attacks construction speculation and pollution, taking it in particular, in the end of the song, with the Pirelli skyscraper in Milan (which has, in fact, thirty floors).
The song is also published in Spanish under the title Un arbòl de 30 pisos (on the back there is Ready teddy) for the Spanish and Latin American market
#27 - August 10, 2018, 02:58:27 AM
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Un po' di vino - Adriano Celentano
Un po' di vino -  Adriano Celentano



Lorenzo Pilat, also known by the pseudonym of Pilade engraved Some wine in duet with Celentano) that made him known to the general public
#28 - August 13, 2018, 12:02:41 PM
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A un passo da te - Celentano&Mina
A un passo da te - Celentano&Mina



A single step from you is a single of the Italian singers Mina and Adriano Celentano published on 6 January 2017 as the second promotional extract from the album The Best.

Written by Fabio Ilacqua and arranged by Adriano Celentano and Celso Valli, the song is a funny love song that plays with irony on the dynamics that exist in the relationship between two lovers in the balance between reason and feeling
#29 - August 24, 2018, 05:51:12 AM
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Chi non lavora non fà l'amore - Adriano Celentano
Chi non lavora non fà l'amore - Adriano Celentano



Who does not work does not make love is the song presented at the Festival of Sanremo 1970 by Celentano in conjunction with the Mori, [2] resulting winner of the event in front of The first beautiful thing of Nicola Di Bari in dual execution with the Rich and Poor . The song was composed by Celentano himself with Nando de Luca, Luciano Beretta and Miki Del Prete.

After the Festival, the single sells over 750,000 copies, coming in eighth place in Austria. Celentano declares in an interview "I did not think about winning the Festival, but I was sure to sell so many records".

Who does not work does not make love is present in the album Adriano hits always published in 1970 by the Celentano Clan.
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