Gigi l'amoroso (Gigi l'amour)" is a song by Dalida from her 1974 album Dalida (commonly known as Manuel). Also in 1974 she released it as a single, with the song "Il venait d'avoir 18 ans" on the side B. The song was written by Michaële, Lana Sebastian and Paul Sebastian. 7" single Sonopresse IS 45 716 (1974, France) 7" single Omega OM 3. 58 Y (1974, Belgium) 7" single Omega OM 3. 58 (1974, Netherlands) 7" single Poplandia P-30573 (1974, Spain) CD single Barclay 9240 (1999, France).
Dalida – Gigi L'Amoroso. Label: Omega International – OM 55. 09. A1. Gigi L'Amoroso (Gigi L'amour). Written-By – L. & P. Sebastian, Michaële.
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Gigi l'amoroso (Gigi l'amour)" is a song by Dalida from her 1974 album Dalida (commonly known as Manuel). "Gigi l'amoroso". Dalida also recorded the song in Italian (under the same title "Gigi l'amoroso"), in Spanish (under the title "Gigi el amoroso"), in German (under the title "Gigi der Geliebte"), in English (under the title "The Great Gigi l'Amoroso (The Great Gigi)"), and in Japanese. Belgian singer Wendy Van Wanten recorded a Dutch version.
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Watch the video for Gigi L'Amoroso from Dalida's 40 Succes En Or for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Dalida" was a pseudonym of Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti (1933-1987), also known as يولاندا كريستينا جيجليوتي and, following French naturalisation, Yolanda Gigliotti, was a singer of Italian origin, who made her career in France. She received fifty-five gold records, and was the first female singer to get a diamond disc.
Orchestrated By – Tony RalloWritten-By – Michaële / L. & P. Sébastian*
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Orchestrated By – J. Bouchety*Written-By – P. Auriat*, P. Sevran*, S. Lebrail*
|IS 45.716, IS 45716||Dalida||Gigi L'Amoroso / Il Venait D'Avoir Dix Huit Ans (7", Single)||International Shows, International Shows||IS 45.716, IS 45716||France||1974|
|OM 39.058 Y||Dalida||Gigi L'Amoroso (7", Single)||Omega International||OM 39.058 Y||Belgium||1974|
|OM 39.058||Dalida||Gigi L'Amoroso (Gigi L'Amour) (7", Single)||Omega International||OM 39.058||Netherlands||1974|
|13 587 AT||Dalida||Il Venait D'Avoir 18 Ans / Gigi L'Amoroso (7", Single)||Ariola||13 587 AT||Germany||1974|
|IS 45716||Dalida||Gigi L'Amoroso / Il Venait D'Avoir Dix Huit Ans (7")||International Shows||IS 45716||Lebanon||1974|