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Raffaella Carrā


Raffaella Carrā, stage name of Raffaella Roberta Pelloni (Bologna, June 18, 1943) is a showgirl, singer, dancer, actress, TV presenter and Italian author.

Comes from Romagna father, manager of a Bellaria bar, and Iris Dellutri Pelloni (1923-1987), herself the daughter of a Sicilian policeman and an ice cream vendor in Bellaria. The parents, however, were separated shortly after the wedding [3] and the small Raffaella spent most of his childhood in his father's bar and ice cream parlor in Bellaria-Igea Marina. On that latter it grew especially following on TV the broadcast of "The Musichiere", memorizing titles of the songs and choruses. In only eight years she left the Adriatic coast, to continue their studies directly to Rome, first at the National Academy of Dance, founded by Russian ballerina Jia Ruskaja, then to the Experimental Cinema Centre.

His career began very early, ie at the beginning of the 1950s, taking part, not yet ten years old, to Mario Bonnard film Torment of the past (1952), a tear-jerking melodrama in which he played the childlike character Graziella.Tra 1958 and 1959 He took part in three other films.

In 1960, he received his diploma at the Experimental Center of Cinematography; In the same year, he took part in the film The Long Night of '43 (Florestan Vancini) and the sin of the green years (Leopoldo Trieste). Simultaneously, he also began the theater, hired by Carli-Pilotto company. After a ride on the radio, where mandated by Luciano Rispoli, created and led the rubric Raffaella with shoulder microphone, in the early months of 1962 he debuted on television in the program Music Time, where Stefano de Stefani director chose it as the valley of Lelio Luttazzi for the program the Lyricist this stranger.


Raffaella Carra and Frank Sinatra in The Von Ryan (1965)
Then he participated in other films, including The companions of Mario Monicelli and Von Ryan in Hollywood alongside Frank Sinatra. In 1965 he played the part of Constance De Mauriac in the television drama Scaramouche, with Domenico Modugno. In the 1960s the gossip columns are often occupied her for the relationship with the Juventus player Gino Stacchini, lasted eight years.

It is always in the mid-1960s she was given the pseudonym "Carra" consigliatole by director Dante Guardamagna, who, fond of painting, joined his real name, Raffaella, reminiscent of the painter Raffaello Sanzio, the surname of the painter Carlo Carra.
However, Raffaella could not achieve much success (in terms of popularity) as an actress, so much so that, in the early 1970s, following the success achieved as a showgirl on television, he decided to give up acting (except for some sporadic cameos later in some films and TV dramas), and to focus on the career of TV presenter, showgirl and singer, with which instead will get success and international reputation.
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Raffaella Carrā - A far l'amore comincia tu
A far l'amore comincia tu - Raffaella Carrā



Making love is a single of 2011 Bob Sinclar remix of the song he begins to make love you, brought to success by Raffaella Carra in 1976.

The song was remixed by Bob Sinclar on sudden sang the song by Raffaella Carra, written by Gianni Boncompagni and Daniele Pace with music composed by Carmelo Carucci. The video of this single released in May of 2011 filmed in Milan gay and fashionable, and you see Bob Sinclar and Caterina Murino who are desperate to go to the Gold, in Piazza Risorgimento, but are diverted to the city by a taxi driver (Richard Magherini ) not accustomed to shooting in Milan. The video ends with a romantic ending.

The song has been successful: the eighth week of its publication has reached the sixth position of the official FIMI in Italy , and entered into several European charts. Thanks to the dance rhythm, with On the Floor, Danza Kuduro and Mr. Saxobeat was one of the summer of 2011. catchphrases

After the international success Making love is used as the soundtrack of the TIM commercials, where he also appears Carra in the role of Isabella of Aragon.

The single was used in the next quiz another! from 5 September (day of the first episode) until November 21, 2011, when it will be replaced by Remember that you must die of Luca Laurenti. It was then placed in the album Disco Crash Bob Sinclar.

In 2013 the song was used as the soundtrack to one of the first, long scenes of unbridled dance in the film The great beauty of Paolo Sorrentino.
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Raffaella Carrā - Tanti Auguri
Tanti Auguri - Raffaella Carrā



Happy Birthday / Amoa is a single Raffaella Carra, published in 1978.

Happy Birthday was written by Gianni Boncompagni and Daniele Pace, music by Paul Ormi, "Amoa" by Gianni Boncompagni and Paul Ormi.

The song was the theme song of the program discussed the Network 1 "But that night," filmed in Italy in miniature theme park. The text describes the manners of a free and independent woman, exalting sex in all its forms, in the countryside and in cities, reconfirming soubrette as erotic icon of italiani.Il chorus entered the collective imagination for the light-hearted and ironic slogan "as it is nice to make love from Trieste down." The song became an anthem for the gay community, had translations in Spanish and Castilian with the title "Hay que come to sur". The Estonian singer Anne Veski realized a cover entitled "Jätke võtmed
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Maracaibo - Raffaella Carrā
Maracaibo - Raffaella Carrā



The song Maracaibo, written by Luisa Colombo and David Riondino [1] in 1975, was rejected by various record companies for the text "inconvenient" [2]. It was recorded in 1980 with a dance dress thanks to the arrangements of Mario Saroglia, under the Carosello label. The song was published in the summer of 1981.
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