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Fausto Leali (Nuvolento, October 29, 1944) is an Italian singer marked by a vocal trait that earned him the nickname white negro.

Among his greatest successes are distinguished Who (1967), Deborah (1968), blacks Angels (1968), I will walk (1976), I Love You (1987), I miss you (1988), and I'll let you (1989).

Fausto Leali born in Nuvolento, in the province of Brescia, on October 29, 1944.

His first guitar teacher was Tullio Romano, a member of the Los Marcellos Ferial.

At 14, he takes his first job as a professional orchestra of Max Corradini. At 16, he entered the orchestra of jazz accordionist Wolmer Beltrami.

In 1961 he recorded his first 45 laps, with Fausto Denis pseudonym. In the same year he wrote and recorded the song Love you so. Later, the association will be born with the band "The Novelty". He recorded several albums, including the two covers of the Beatles Please Please Me and She Loves you ( "She Loves You").

He then began to devote himself to black music, especially the soul, that is well suited to the characteristics of his voice.
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A Chi - Fausto Leali
A Chi - Fausto Leali



In 1967 he made his first real success with Whom, Italian version of the American song "Hurt", translated by Mogol (song released for the first time by Roy Hamilton in November 1954, which made her a hit from 8th on the Billboard R & B, and later the song was revived again in 1960 in the US by the singer Timi Yuro and that years later will also be re-recorded by Francesco De Gregori). The song won the first position in the Italian standings, a position which he held for four weeks [2], and enters the Top Ten (9th place) in Austria, thus winning 4 gold disc for selling over 4,000,000 copies in world [. With this song, Leali is ranked first in the international pop music show of 1967 Venice.
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Io Amo - Fausto Leali
Io Amo - Fausto Leali



In 1987 Fausto returns to the Sanremo Festival singing the song I love, written and produced by Toto Cutugno, with the collaboration of Franco Fasano and the Leali same. The piece is ranked in 4th place in the final night, selling over 400,000 copies conquering two platinum records and the second step of the podium in the individual chart of Italian
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Malafemmena - Fausto Leali
Malafemmena - Fausto Leali



In 1980 he was again brought forward a Neapolitan song, Malafemmena, written by the great Toto. Fausto accepts and recorded a version that will be the theme song of a television series dedicated precisely to the memory of the Prince of laughter.
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In 1967 he made his first real success with Whom, Italian version of the American song "Hurt", translated by Mogol (song released for the first time by Roy Hamilton in November 1954, which made her a hit from 8th on the Billboard R & B, and later the song was revived again in 1960 in the US by the singer Timi Yuro and that years later will also be re-recorded by Francesco De Gregori). The song won the first position in the Italian standings, a position which he held for four weeks [2], and enters the Top Ten (9th place) in Austria, thus winning 4 gold disc for selling over 4,000,000 copies in world [. With this song, Leali is ranked first in the international pop music show of 1967 Venice.
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Angeli Negri - Fausto Leali
Angeli Negri - Fausto Leali



Great success of Fausto Leali
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Ti Lascerņ - Fausto Leali
Ti Lascerņ - Fausto Leali



I will leave you a musical piece written by Franco Fasano, Fausto Leali, Franco Ciani, Fabrizio Berlincioni and Sergio Bardotti, sung by the same Leali and Anna Oxa.

The song won the 1989 Sanremo Festival, resulting in the third best-selling single among those presented in that edition of the Festival, after Exact by Francesco Salvi and Vasco di Jovanotti.

The two artists also recorded the song I wanted, presented a few months later at the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, where it ranked ninth.
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Aspetterņ - Fausto Leali
Aspetterņ - Fausto Leali



Italian version of Fausto Leali from 1996.
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Quando ami una donna- Fausto Leali
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