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Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
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Al Bano, nome d'arte di Albano Carrisi (Cellino San Marco, 20 maggio 1943), Ŕ un cantautore e attore italiano.

Romina Francesca Power (Los Angeles, 2 ottobre 1951) Ŕ un'attrice, cantante e personaggio televisivo statunitense naturalizzata italiana.

Al Bano and Romina Power are an Italian pop music duo formed in 1975 by then-married couple Albano Carrisi and Romina Power. They were highly successful in Italy and mainland Europe throughout the 1980s and the early 1990s. Their best known international hits include "FelicitÓ", "Sharazan", "Tu, soltanto tu (Mi hai fatto innamorare)", "Ci sarÓ", "Sempre sempre", and "LibertÓ!". The duo primarily recorded in Italian but have also released a great number of records in Spanish and French. They participated twice in Eurovision Song Contest to a moderate success and performed five times at Sanremo Music Festival, winning in 1984 with the song "Ci sarÓ". The couple also shot seven films, based on their songs, between 1967 and 1984. The two separated and divorced in 1999, but reunited professionally in 2013.

Albano Carrisi met Romina Power, daughter of American actor Tyrone Power, during the filming of the movie Nel sole, named after one of his songs, in 1967. He had already released a number of solo recordings and she by then had appeared in several Italian films. The two married in 1970 in Cellino San Marco. Their debut single, "Storia di due innamorati", was released the same year by the labels La voce del padrone and Odeon, and went on to become a minor hit in Italy. The song appeared on Al Bano's solo album A cavallo di due stili. Power also released three solo albums between 1969 and 1974.

In 1975, the couple released their first album as a duo, Atto I (also known as Dialogo and Arena blanca, mar azul), which included popular song "Dialogo". In 1976, they represented Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "We'll Live It All Again", sung in Italian and English, and finished seventh. They also recorded the song in Spanish and in French, as "Viviremos todo de nuevo" and "T'aimer encore une fois", respectively. The duo then made several recordings in French, including hits "Des nuits entiŔres" and "EnlacÚs sur le sable" (French version of "Prima notte d'amore").

In 1981, they released the single "Sharazan", which went on to become their breakthrough international hit, and released a Spanish language album. In 1982, the duo broke Italian record with four songs on the Italian hit parade at the same time. The same year, they participated in the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "FelicitÓ", and finished second.  The song became widely popular, selling in over 6 million copies and receiving "German Golden Globe 1982". It appeared on their next album, FelicitÓ (released as Aria pura in some territories ), which was a chart success. The album was also recorded in Spanish and released as Felicidad. The duo would maintain the tradition of recording Spanish versions of their albums in the following years.

Al Bano and Romina released yet one more album in 1982, Che angelo sei, with another big hit "Tu, soltanto tu (Mi hai fatto innamorare)". Their 1983 compilation Amore mio was met with a great commercial success in German speaking countries. In 1984, they won the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Ci sarÓ" from their album Effetto amore, gathering over 2 million votes.  In 1985, they participated in the Eurovision Song Contest for the second and final time, with the song "Magic Oh Magic" and, again, took the seventh place.

In 1986, Al Bano and Romina Power signed a contract with WEA and recorded the album Sempre sempre, which confirmed their international success. The song "Settembre" featured the voice of their baby daughter Cristel, while for "Lord Byron" they used recordings of Byron's poetry by Tyrone Power. In 1987, they participated in the Sanremo Festival with the song "Nostalgia canaglia" and came third.  The album LibertÓ! was released in the same year. The couple's daughter Ylenia sang a duet with Romina in "Abbi fede". In 1988, the couple released the album Fragile, and the following year, took part in Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Cara terra mia", placing at the third position.  The single was a minor chart hit in Italy.

In 1990, they released the album Fotografia di un momento, with the successful single "Donna per amore", followed by the Christmas album Weihnachten bei uns zu Hause released in Germany, which later appeared in Italy as Corriere di Natale. In 1991, Al Bano and Romina Power participated in the Sanremo Music Festival for the fifth and final time as a duo, this time around with the song "Oggi sposi", placing at the eighth position.  In the same year, they celebrated 25 years of their joint artistic career and released two greatest hits anthologies: Le pi¨ belle canzoni (in Italy) and Vincerai (in Europe). They also wrote an autobiography and released a video, both entitled Autoritratto dalla A alla R.

Their daughter Ylenia Carrisi disappeared under mysterious circumstances in 1994 in New Orleans, what prompted Al Bano and Romina to withdraw from touring to dedicate all their time to the search for their daughter. However, police efforts yielded no results. In 1995, the couple released their last studio album together, Emozionale, followed by a video version, Una vita emozionale. In 1996, Al Bano participated solo in the Sanremo Music Festival, singing "╚ la mia vita", while Romina took part in the television mini-series The Return of Sandokan. Together, they released the compilation Ancora... Zugabe. In 1997, he released a solo album Concerto classico, and she published a book about her father, entitled Cercando mio padre in 1998.

In 1999, Al Bano announced their separation in an open letter to the weekly magazine Oggi, in which he explained reasons for their break-up as related to the disappearance of their daughter.  The two reunited in 2013, reportedly only on a professional basis, for a concert performance in Moscow (their first live performance together in sixteen years). They continued to perform live as a duo in 2014 and 2015, including at Sanremo 2015.
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FelicitÓ - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
FelicitÓ - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power




Happiness is an album of Al Bano and Romina Power, published in 1982 in the world.

The album was published in Italy under the title Pure air (not to be confused with the album with the same title in 1979) and the title Аль Бано И Ромина Пауэр in Russia, while in Spanish-speaking countries was called Felicidad. It is one of the best-selling disc of their career came in fourth place in Italy and West Germany in the seventeenth and remained on the charts for 21 weeks.

Also in 1982, four single album were placed simultaneously in the hit parade. The song "Clean Air", re-recorded after the original of 1979, was the opening theme of the Sunday broadcast in 1981-1982 season. The song "Happiness" was presented at the Sanremo Festival in 1982 and placed second. During the TV program Fantastico 2 Romina Power presented "The dance of quacks" and then, together with Al Bano, the hits Sharazan and the new version of "First night of love".

The disc also contains a new recording of "We'll live it all again", it presented some years before the Eurovision Song Contest 1976 with the title "It was love."
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Sharazan - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
Sharazan - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power



"Sharazan" is a song by Italian duo Al Bano and Romina Power, released in 1981. It was an international commercial success and remains one of their best-known hits.
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Ci SarÓ - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
Ci SarÓ - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power




There will be / When love goes away is a single of Al Bano and Romina Power, published in 1984.
There will be is a song written by Christian Minellono and Dario Farina, the winner of the Sanremo Festival in 1984 with 2,122,616 Totip postcards.
After the Festival the song has been around the world and has become the 2nd most famous duo in the world after the 1982 Happiness coming first in Italy and seventh in Switzerland.
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Sempre Sempre Tu - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
Sempre Sempre Tu - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power




Always always is an album of Italian duo Al Bano and Romina Power published in Italy and other European countries in 1986 came in third place in Austria.

The song that gives the title track is one of the most famous of their repertoire.

Andrea is a cover of the song by Fabrizio De AndrÚ.

In Lord Byron There are some verses of the poem Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, the English poet whose name where the song takes its title, verses recited many years ago by actor Tyrone Power (father of Romina).

The child's voice in the September song is Cristel Carrisi.

The album was reissued in 1987 with the addition of the song Nostalgia rogue classificatasi in third place at the Sanremo Festival 1987.

The album was also released in Spanish version, under the title Siempre siempre, for the market in Spain and Latin America.
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Qualche stupido ti Amo - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
Qualche stupido ti Amo (Something Stupid) - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power



Here is their romantic "Some fool I love you" Italian version of the famous "Something Stupid" sung by Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman: The fully rebuilt according to Albano and Romina Power.
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Nel Sole - Albano
Nel Sole - Albano



The Sun is the first major success of Al Bano, engraved and published in 1967. In that year he won the final of the disc for the summer, it turned the 45 most sold in Italy, and inspired the eponymous film directed by Aldo Grimaldi starring the same Al Bano and Romina Power a young age. The song told then also the name of the first LP of the Apulian singer.
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La Siepe - Albano Carrisi
La Siepe - Albano Carrisi



Al Bano, became known last summer with the song In the sun, and his first experience of Sanremo, on this occasion was combined with the US Bobbie Gentry, in turn he asserted a few months before with Ode to Billie Joe.
After the Festival of the two individual performers are published Sanremo containing the song: Al Bano disk appeared as the B-side Dear, dear love, while the 45 laps of the Gentry, produced by the Capitol, proposed in the second fašade The city is great. Betty Curtis also recorded his own version, released as a B-side of the single containing Tonight you'll hear a song, another song finalist of the show. [2] [3]
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Tu soltanto Tu - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
Tu soltanto Tu - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power



It only Tu is one of the sweetest pieces of the duo singing Italian
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Nostalgia Canaglia - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power
Nostalgia Canaglia - Albano Carrisi - Romina Power



With Nostalgia rogue, Al Bano and Romina Power made his return at the Sanremo Festival after an absence of three years (previous participation had seen them triumph edition of 1984 with the song We will).

At the Sanremo Festival 1987, the piece was presented for the first time during the early evening, which took place Wednesday, February 4. It was the thirteenth song of "Category Champions" to be performed and was inserted into the lineup between Aria and music of Christian and wishes of Marcella Bella.

The same order in the lineup, but the opposite was observed in the late evening of Thursday, February 5, 1987: is therefore performed for twelfths.

The exhibition of Romina Power, in a state of pregnancy, suffered criticism from insiders. At this kind of criticism replied Loredana Berte, who the previous year had shown up with a fake belly.

On the final evening of Saturday, February 7, the song was instead performed by the nineteenth between runs of Bella age Scialpi and He can give more of Gianni Morandi, Enrico Ruggeri Umberto Tozzi. On that occasion, Al Bano and Romina Power is performed immediately after the announcement made by the presenter Pippo Baudo the death of Claudio Villa.

At the end of the voting, which took place through the coupons Totip, the song turned out third with 4,415,396 votes [(equal to 14.15% of the total votes [5]), behind the songs You can give more of Morandi-Ruggeri- Tozzi and Toto Cutugno Sons, respectively first (with 5,575,402 votes) and second (with 5,299,304), and before I love Fausto Leali, fourth with 2,390,316 votes.
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Al Bano & Romina Power - Impossibile.
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Io di Notte - Albano Carrisi
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Il Ballo del Qua Qua - Romina Power



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