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Gianna Nannini (Siena, June 14, 1954) is an Italian singer-songwriter and musician.

 It is older sister of former Formula 1 driver Alessandro Nannini. The father Danilo Nannini was a well-known industrial confectionery, for many years president of Siena Soccer and in most of the Prior Contrada of the Owl resumed [10]; the mother is Joan Cellesi and the older brother of the three is Guido, first engaged in high fashion, then introduced to the family.

He attended the high school and studied piano in Lucca. Meanwhile it makes mess in the family bakery, the oldest pastry Nannini, and paws when he thinks that the future is there. An event that could well end in tragedy, makes her understand that his destiny is not in there one day, while preparing the examination of piano at the Conservatory, steals the recipe for Ricciarelli and, at seven in the morning when the shop there is only the pastry chef, he gets to work. The machine starts and Ricciarelli out to tens when a gear off the two phalanges of the left hand. [11]

Later, at age 19, despite the accident, he moved to Milan to devote himself to the career of a musician, studying among other composition with Bruno Bettinelli, composer and teacher who formed great musicians such as Riccardo Muti. In Milan he performed in various historical places, such as Osteria Operetta, the Monkey, the Red and knows the blues musician Igor Campaner, that will join in his performances and will be with her again in 1988 for the preparation of many album tracks Malafemmina. It also takes lessons from a voice therapist in London.

He begins to present itself to various record companies in Italy between Rome and Milan, and after refusing a contract Ariston, who wanted to turn it into a kind of more traditional singer, catches the attention of Claudio Fabi and Mara Maionchi of Number One. The two are next to Gino Mix, that writing as a female voice in the group Flora Fauna Cement (led by Mario Lavezzi), with whom he wrote and recorded the B side (stereotyped us) of the 45 Congress of Philosophy, and with whom participates in a disc for the summer 1974.

The first big success of Nannini America is the single, released in 1979 and be displayed in California, produced by Michelangelo Romano, which opens to the Tuscan singer of the doors of the European market. The cover of California depicts the Statue of Liberty wielding a stars and stripes vibrator.

In 1981 comes G.N., produced by Roberto Cacciapaglia, and the single from Come boy sees participate for the first time at the Festivalbar 1981, where it ranks second. In the same year joins the Swiss manager Peter Zumsteg, which will remain at his side for well twenty-three years, with whom he founded the label Gienne and came into contact with several international manufacturers. The same year he wrote the soundtrack for the film Sconcerto Rock Luciano Manuzzi: Now is the only piece sung.

In 1982, with producer Conny Plank, initial album Latin Lover, which confirms the success of the European rock of Nannini, especially in Germany: October 12 held a concert at the Rockpalast in Essen that will have great resonance, so that the disc, out in those days, he went on to sell 250,000 copies. In 1983 he plays Titania in The Dream of a film by Gabriele Salvatores summer night, and together with Mauro Pagani will also wrote the soundtrack (including songs Away and the moon).
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Un' estate Italiana ( Notti Magiche ) Gianna Nannini & Edoardo Bennato
Un' estate Italiana ( Notti Magiche ) Gianna Nannini & Edoardo Bennato



Un'estate Italiana ( Notti Magiche ) is a famous piece of music composed by Giorgio Moroder on the occasion of the World Cup 1990 held in Italy. The original title is To Be Number One, the text is written by Tom Whitlock, and was engraved by the same author's entourage, under the name Giorgio Moroder Project: this version was used as the opening song of the television programs transmitted to the tournament by Rai.

For the Italian edition, Moroder turned to Gianna Nannini and Edoardo Bennato, which he rewrote the text, bringing it topped the charts of the peninsula. In fact, from January to September, with some intervals, Italian summer will be the biggest selling single in Italy and, historically, the last 45 laps to get a massive commercial success before the disappearance of this support (replaced by more modern technologies) by the recording industry. It was the biggest selling single in Italy in 1990 and reached the first position in the standings in Switzerland, the fourth and seventh in Norway in Sweden.

The song was presented by the two Italian singers for the first time at the draw for the group stage of the finals, held at the Palazzo dello Sport in Rome in December 1989, and played back during the opening ceremony, held on the afternoon of 8 June 1990 Milan before the Argentina-Cameroon game.

The disc was recorded at the Oasis studios in Hollywood and Excalibur studio in Milan, and mixed in Baby Studios in Milan by Massimo Noah, Pino Santapaga, Ninzatti Luciano and Marco Colombo.

Among the first individual to hold an instrumental version (referred to as karaoke version) on the B side, it was published maxi-single in a longer version.
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Bello e impossibile - Gianna Nannini
Bello e impossibile - Gianna Nannini



Bello e impossibile is a song of the Tuscan singer Gianna Nannini, the first single from the album Bouquet published in 1986.

The song, written by Nannini and Fabio Pianigiani, achieved considerable success in Italy, entering the top 20 best-selling singles of 27 September 1986 [1], and staying in the standings until the end of January 1987 for nearly six months. Even today, the song is one of the most successful and the most famous pieces of Nannini.
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Fotoromanza - Gianna Nannini
Fotoromanza - Gianna Nannini



Fotoromanza is a piece of music by Gianna Nannini, included in the homonymous single and album Puzzle. It was published by Discs remember in spring 1984, and was the workhorse in the repertoire of the Sienese singer, with whom he won the Festivalbar in that same year and was included in the compilation of the event. He reached the top of the Italian charts becoming one of the best-selling singles of the year and the fourth position in Switzerland.

On the B side of the 45 is etched Friday night (never published in album).

From the strictly commercial side, it was the first single of Nannini get a large response from the public, whereas in Germany was already an acclaimed artist and sold much more than in Italy. Nannini called this exploit as an "accidental success", which in fact opened the door to a long string of successful albums and tours, also able to re-evaluate its previous productions.

In this track, whose lyrics collaborated Raffaella Riva, member of the Italian group, the Nannini ironically on clichés of sentimental stories, found in many songs but also in the phrase book typical of soap operas, on the subject of quarrels and moods couples, the first difficulty, they paint their world in dark colors. The neologism of the title then merges the sentences to the picture story with a typical wide-ranging melody of a romance.

The melody, among the finest examples of Italian music in the eighties, the mixture also include electronic elements with some hard rock interlude, a legacy of the interests cultivated by Nannini in terms of music new-wave and other European musical ferment of that decade.

He entered the collective imagination the opening words of the refrain "This love is a gas chamber", followed by other terms of comparison with the negative sign. Fotoromanza was welcomed with a certain apathy by the German public, perhaps for the words "gas chamber" that they must have a predictable effect in Germany forty years after the end of World War II. The singer to date has performed various versions of the song, even with more rock and punk tones that trigger a great response from the public in the concerts.
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Io - Gianna Nannini
Io - Gianna Nannini



Io is a single of the Italian singer Gianna Nannini, published in 2006. It is the second single from the album Thanks, released on January 27 of that year.

The song was written by Nannini, together with the writer Isabella Santacroce, and produced with Will Malone.

The song takes part in the Festivalbar 2006 and become one of the summer hits of summer 2006.
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