Fabrizio De André is an album released by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André, released in 1981. The songs were written by Fabrizio De André and Massimo Bubola. It is also known as L'Indiano (The Indian) due to the picture of a Native American on the cover. The picture is a painting by Frederic Remington named The Outlier.
Canzoni (Fabrizio De André album). Canzoni is the seventh album released by Fabrizio De André.
Volume 1 (Fabrizio De André album). Volume 1 (Vol. 1º) is the second studio release by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André and his first true studio album. It was first issued in 1967 on Bluebell Records. It is a collection of re-recordings of De André's early singles, previously issued on the Karim label. All tracks written by Fabrizio De André, except where noted. "Prayer in January").
Fabrizio De André is an album released by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André, released in 1981. It is also known as L'Indiano (The Indian) due to the picture of a Native American on the cover Contents. The album is a comparison of two peoples, Sardinians and Native Americans. Fiume Sand Creek" ("Sand Creek river") refers to the Sand Creek massacre in 1864. Hotel Supramonte" refers to the kidnapping of De André and Dori Ghezzi in 1979 in the Supramonte area of Sardinia.
Album · 1974 · 8 Songs. More By Fabrizio De André. See All. In direzione ostinata e contraria. Fabrizio de André - Opere Complete.
For his 1981 eponymous release Fabrizio De André picks off where his last album Rimini had left. Pursuing the fruitful collaboration with Massimo Bubola, with whom De André co-wrote the totality of the material, this album extends the country & western musical and thematic references introduced in Rimini into a full-blown analogy between two oppressed communities, the Native American Indians and the Sardinians. In fact, the record is usually referred to as "Indiano," since its cover features a Frederick Remington painting of a Sioux hunter on a horse
Album by Fabrizio De André. Quello che non ho. Canto del servo pastore. Se ti tagliassero a pezzetti.
Fabrizio De André (1940 - 1999) was a leading Italian singer-songwriter and poet. In his works he often told stories ofmarginalized and rebellious people, above all prostitutes, that were seen by De André as an answer to the bourgeoisprissiness. De André was born in Genoa on 18th February 1940. His father was an anti-fascist, and during the war the De André familyhad to seek refuge in a country farm near Revignano d’Asti, in Piedmont. The family returns in Genoa in 1945. In 1989 Fabrizio De André married Dori Ghezzi; the following year a new album was issued, Le nuvole ( The clouds ), whichincluded two more songs in the Genoese dialect, one in the Gallurese dialect of Northern Sardinia (Monti di Mola), and one inthe Neapolitan dialect, the highly ironic Don Raffae’. A new series of live concerts followed, from which a double LP (1991Concerti[) was drawn.
|La Ballata Dell'Amore Cieco (O Della Vanità)|
|Amore Che Vieni - Amore Che Vai|
|La Ballata Dell'Eroe|
|La Canzone Di Marinella|
|Fila La Lana|
|La Città Vecchia|
|La Ballata Del Michè|
|La Guerra Di Piero|
|E Fu La Notte|
|Delitto Di Paese|
|Valzer Per Un Amore|
|Per I Tuoi Larghi Occhi|
|Carlo Martello (Ritorna Dalla Battaglia Di Poitier)|
|La Canzone Dell'Amor Perduto|
|IS 5305004 S||Fabrizio De André||Fabrizio De André (2xLP, Comp, Gat)||Phonogram [Ed. Idea]||IS 5305004 S||Italy||1972|
|6641933||Fabrizio De André||Fabrizio De André (2xLP, Comp, Gat)||Fontana||6641933||Italy||1973|