Il mio canto libero" (My Free Song) is a song written by Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti and lyricist Mogol. The song was recorded by Battisti for the album of the same title, and released as a single in November 1972 for Mogol's recording label Numero Uno. The song was a commercial success in Italy, topping the Musica e dischi singles chart in 1973 and becoming the third best-selling single of the year.
Lead Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Piano, Steel Guitar, Guiro, Producer – Lucio Battisti. Music By – L. Battisti. Photography By – Caesar Monti. Technician – Bruno Malasoma. Timpani – Mario Lavezzi. Trumpet, Trombone – Gigi Mucciolo.
Il mio canto libero" (My Free Song) is a song written by Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti and lyricist Mogol. During the following years, it was covered by several artists, and it became a classic of Italian popular music.
Only for completionists (0%). Disappointment after Amore. Late in 1972 Lucio Battisti released this album, recorded in Milan, which would be the biggest selling album in Italy in 1973. I do not have the album between Amore and this one, so I am missing a piece of the puzzle
Duration: 37:48 Year: 1972 ? Lucio Battisti albums. La sposa occidentale.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import. Lucio Battisti Format: Vinyl. Audio CD, Import, July 1, 1998. Luccio Battisti passed away in October 98 but his music lives on. This collection of songs in italian are to be enjoyed by his musical diversity.
Artist: Lucio Battisti. Also performed by: Laura Pausini, Francesca Michielin, Nathalie. Album: Il mio canto libero/Confusione. Translations: English French, German, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, Turkish. A A. Il mio canto libero. In un mondo che. non ci vuole più. il mio canto libero sei tu. E l'immensità. Writer(s): MOGOL, BATTISTI Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch. Powered by. Advertisements.