Vocals – Eugenio Finardi. Registrato live in concerto (Recorded live in Concert) Recorded at Dierks Studios, Koln (Germania) Mixed at Studio Radius Mastered at Fonit Cetra, Milano. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.
The live album Strade followed in 1984. In 1985 Finardi took part in the Sanremo Music Festival with "Vorrei Svegliarti," included in Colpi di Fulmine. A period of time spent in the States inspired 1987's Dolce Italia, followed two years later by the interesting Il Vento di Elora. Released in 1990, La Forza dell'Amore collected new recordings of old hits (the only new song, its title track, became a big success), while 1991's Millennio saw Finardi once again interested in sociopolitical themes and 1993's Acustica was an unplugged live album.
Warner Music, WMI. Digital. Strade: Live in Concerto 1983.
Listen to music from Eugenio Finardi like Extraterrestre, Musica Ribelle & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Eugenio Finardi. Versatile artist with perpetual resources, composer, singer, passionate scholar of dialects and popular cultures Eugenio Finardi was born in Milan on July 16, 1952.
Eugenio Finardi was born in Milan, Italy, on July 16, 1952, in a musical family: his father Enzo was an Italian music sound engineer and his mother Eloise an American opera singer; at age six Finardi made his first record, Palloncino Rosso Fuoco, a children song. Finardi became part of a thriving music scene in Milan in the late 1960s. Rooted in the blues, classic rock and roll and the hippy counter-culture, he was active in the left-wing youth movement of those years. In 1969 he formed his first rock band The Tiger . Colpi di fulmine (1985).