P) 1974 - LUNA MUSICA SaS - ROMA but issued in 1979. Im Ariola-Vertrieb Printed in West Germany by Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH, Gütersloh. Other Versions (5 of 14) View All. Cat.Angelo Branduardi (CD, Album).
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The first released album, Angelo Branduardi '74 was arranged with Paul Buckmaster. La Luna ("The Moon"), including "Hooligan's Confession" (translation of a poem by Esenin) and the fine, delicate song giving the LP its name, was a prelude to the success of the following works. In 1998, Branduardi teamed up with Italian stand-up comedian and writer Giorgio Faletti for Il dito e la luna ("The Finger and the Moon"). Angelo Branduardi (1974).
Angelo Branduardi was born in Cuggiono, in the Milan area. Later his family settled in Genoa; there, at the "Niccolò Paganini" music academy, Angelo got his violin certification, and started playing as a soloist with the orchestra of the Academy. His eponymous first album, released in 1974, is one of the most appealing for prog fans; but the great success came with "Alla fiera dell'est", recorded for Polydor in 1976.
Angelo Branduardi - Italian Version Of 1st LP Released 1974 ZIP archive FLAC version. 1255 downloads at 24 mb/s. 1974 - Luna Musica SaS - Roma Im Ariola-Vertrieb Printed in West Germany by Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH, Gütersloh. English Version Of 1st LP Released 1974 (LP, Album). 200 844, 200 844 320.
His eponymous first album, released in 1974, is one of the most appealing for prog fans; but the great success came with "Alla fiera dell'est", recorded for Polydor in 1976. Both the single and the LP were top hits in Italy, and also made the artist very famous in other European countries such as Germany and France, where most of his albums have been issued, often in different versions than the originals, and Branduardi has constantly toured. A year passes and a new album comes for Angelo Branduardi, this time it will be 1977 and the title would be ''La pulce d'acqua'' (again on Polydor). The line-up of the album has strong connections to Italian Prog: Maurizio Fabrizio on piano and guitar, ex-Il Paese dei balocchi and Il Rovescio della Medaglia Franco di.
Angelo Branduardi (born February 12, 1950), is an Italian folk singer and composer who scored relevant success in Italy and European countries such as France and Germany. Branduardi was born in Cuggiono, a small town in the province of Milan, but early moved with the family to Genoa. He was educated as a classical violinist in the local school of music.