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Lucio Dalla (Bologna, March 4, 1943 - Montreux, 1 March 2012) was a musician, songwriter and Italian actor.

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Jazz musician training, he is one of the most important and innovative songwriters italiani.Alla constant search for new challenges and horizons, has penetrated with curiosity and versatility in a variety of musical genres, collaborating and duet with many nationally and internationally renowned artists. Author initially only the music, it turned into a mature phase, also a lyricist and author of his lyrics. Throughout his long career, which reached fifty years of activity, he has always played the piano, saxophone and clarinet, instruments, these last two, which he practiced from an early age.

Its abundant artistic production has gone through several stages: from season to beat rhythmic and musical experimentation, up to songwriting, coming to cross the boundaries of the work and the opera. He was an author known abroad and some of his songs have been translated and brought to success in several languages.

In 1964, at age 21, he recorded his first 45 laps containing you (not for me), translated by Paul and Sergio Bardotti, followed But tonight (cover of Hey Little Girl by Curtis Mayfield), both published by the ARC , record label distributed by RCA Italian, so the following will come out 45 laps of Dalla and his first LP. His debut at Cantagiro is literally traumatic. During the various performances, in which she presents the song (not for me), From is the subject of launches of vegetables and foodstuffs. Gino Paoli will remember the incident in an interview in 1979: "It was a remarkable proportions fiasco: every night raccattavamo a good dose of boos and tomatoes, a show within the show, which lasted as long as the event. Lucio, in every way, he showed himself a hard and did not let break down. "

Sherman along with Patty Pravo and Luigi Tenco with whom he recorded his first album, titled 1999. The disc plays on two songs: When I was a soldier at all intimidated by the failure, as in 1966 its own support group with Bolognese musicians, Idols, (winner of the critics' prize at the Rose Festival) and Pafff ... bum !. The latter (in fact his first hit), is presented by the musician at the Sanremo Festival, coupled with the Yardbirds Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck. A Sanremo returns the following year, with must know how to lose, coupled with Rokes Shel Shapiro. 1967 is also the year of the suicide of Luigi Tenco, who had collaborated with Dalla for one of the texts of his first record and with whom he became friends, "With Tenco had had relations of friendship and cooperation - remember the artist - went to Sanremo together, we took the next room, and his death shocked me ... I did not sleep for a month. "

Lino Patruno, Lucio Dalla, Nanni Svampa and Lucia Mannucci in 1970
Then it crosses more directly beat the season, posting less ambitious songs, including stand Lucio where you are going and especially the sky, with which participates in the Festival of Roses, again winning the prize of the Festival took place at the Roman critica.L'allora 'Hilton hotel, and legend has it that goalkeepers have prevented him to attend the final night because they did not have a presentable appearance.

From the vagaries of the young were quite known, more and legend has it that often go around with cherries dangling from her ears, hanging by the stems or that presented itself for a walk with a chicken on a leash.

In 1969 he had a good success with the song Cartoon, chosen by RAI as the theme song of the children's program The cardboard heroes. At the beginning of the new decade records the second album Terra Gaibola, whose name derives from a hilly suburb of Bologna. The sales of the disc will be rather scarce, so much so that the RCA to not print any more copies until the mid-nineties
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Attenti al Lupo - Lucio Dalla
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The Big Bad Wolf is a song written and sung by Ron Sherman in 1990. It is from the album Cambio.

This song is presented to the Fantastic 11 program conducted by Pippo Baudo. And was an instant success: squirts charts at 10th place November 17, 1990 and subsequently remained at No. 1 in the ranking until March 30, 1991. At the end of The Big Bad Wolf will be the sixth biggest selling single in Italy.

Ron is performed in the program Beauty and the Besthia, conducted by the same Dalla and Sabrina Ferilli in 2002.

The video is set in a circus, with the singer flanked by two women (Iskra Menarini and Carolina Balboni, singers Dalla) and Robert Sidoli on electric guitar. The Balboni and Sidoli realized in the same period an album overseen just by From and came out with the name of Robert and Cara.
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Piazza Grande - Lucio Dalla
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In 1972 he is still in Sanremo (for the fourth time) with the moving Piazza Grande, dedicated to a homeless person actually lived, with text by Gianfranco Baldazzi and Sergio Bardotti, whose music is written with Ron and published only 45 laps. Initially, the song is addressed to Gianni Morandi, From, however still want the piece and is able to show up at the Festival, resisting the pressures of his record company, which also would like to dedicate the song Grand Canal. Contrary to what one might imagine, the square that gives the title to the song is not the place that is the symbol of Bologna and Piazza Maggiore, but "the collection" Piazza Cavour.
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4 Marzo 1943 - Lucio Dalla
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March 4 and Other Stories is the first collection of songs of the singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla, published in 1976, during the period of cooperation with the poet Roberto Roversi. All songs belonging to the period before the partnership with Roversi, except for zero Piece, in the album The day had five heads.

This disc turns out to be the first in which: 03/04/43 Piazza Grande and the two appear together warhorses Sanremo. In the collection it is also on the route of Christopher Columbus, written song with Edoardo De Angelis and published as Piazza Grande, years earlier, only 45 laps.
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Tonight as always / I will not be there is Lucio Dalla's fourth 45 rpm solo, published in 1966 by ARC.
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