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Nino Ferrer (stage name of Maria Agostino Arturo Ferrari, Genoa, August 15, 1934 - Montcuq, August 13, 1998) was a singer, anthropologist and ethnologist French of Italian origin.

From 1967 to 1969, things change and Ferrer began churning out hits 45 rounds with an impressive pace: next Motif easy as the tango Agata - his greatest success, arriving at the top of the charts - Donna Rosa - written by Pippo Baudo, used as the theme song of the show "Seven voices" Baudo from the same conduct, and that becomes a movie but to which the singer does not participate - and the phone, where they stand out more in a seemingly trivial text you mention important issues. Black skin, in memory of all the famous refrain that caused a sensation at the time, came close to the issue of racism as an excuse to bring out the great vocals of many artists of color "soul" which paid homage; The King of England (the Sanremo Festival in 1968), is a kind of ironic pamphlet against all wars; Finally he lives the campaign is a hymn very easy-going in favor of the outdoors against the city stress. The biennium 1968-1969 is gold for the Italian-French singer; He was invited to two popular Italian television broadcasts, Settevoci with Pippo Baudo and I, Agata and you with Raffaella Carra. In 1970, though, perhaps tired and a little 'irritated the colossal success suddenly fallen, comes an abrupt change of course, also because of the failure of that year's Sanremo Festival, where he presented, along with Caterina Caselli the King song of hearts, which, however, he had little success.

Ferrer returned to Paris in 1970, moving away voluntarily from the music business, he continued to paint and engrave a dozen 33 rpm, between 1970 and 1993, which does pretty much everything: producer, singer, musician, even taking care of recording and mixing . Work for an audience that has always followed in which returns to the idiom bases always like him and in which churns out at least two more successes across the Alps, The South (1975), considered by many to be his masterpiece, and La Carmencita (1980).
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Black skin, in memory of all the famous refrain that caused a sensation at the time, came close to the issue of racism as an excuse to bring out the great vocals of many artists of color "soul" which paid homage
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