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01. Solo Tu, Solo Yo (Solo Noi) (4:12)
02. Mia (Donna Donna Mia) (3:09)
03. Tu... O Tu (Donna) (3:47)
04. Solos (Soli) (3:57)
05. El Italiano-Soy Un Italiano (L'italiano) (3:57)
06. Amor Ya No (Amore No) (4:42)
07. Dame El Corazon (Voglio L'anima) (3:49)
08. Flash (Flash) (3:19)
09. Enamorados (Innamorati) (3:51)
10. Y El Cielo Es Siempre Mas Azul (Il Cielo E' Sempre Un Po' Pui' Blu) (3:48)
11. Cielo Azul Y Mar Inmenso Azul (Cieli Azzurri) (3:52)
12. Y Yo Te Amaba (E... Io Ti Amavo) (3:19)
13. Maria Non Ve (Francesca Non Sa) (3:40)
14. Me Dices Que A Mi Lado Estas Bien (Mi Dici Che Stai Bene Con Me) (5:20)
15. Fue Un Ano Lleno De Alegria (E Un Anno Che Tu Butti Via) (4:46)
16. Mas (Ma...) (3:34)
17. Eres Mia (Tu Sei Mia) (4:28)

 

The Italian winner of the 1990 Eurovision Song Contest, Toto Cutugno was born Salvatore Cutugno on July 7, 1943, in the northern Tescan town of Fosdinovo. A drummer as a youth, he turned to songwriting in the early '70s, and went on to compose hits for such European stars as Joe Dassin, Mireille Mathieu, Dalida, Johnny Halliday, Michel Sardou, Claude François and Gigliola Cinquetti. He also performed his material with his own band Albatross and, in 1976, the band released its self-titled debut album.

That same year, Albatross (performing the song "L'Albatross") placed third at the San Remo Music Festival. They were back again in 1977, performing "Gran Premio," since when Cutugno has visited the event on no less than a dozen further occasions. A solo artist now, he claimed victory just once, in 1980 with "Solo Noi" ("Only Us"). However, he would place second in 1984 with "Serenata" ("Serenade"), in 1987 with "Figli" ("Sons"), in 1988 with "Emozioni" ("Emotions"), and in 1989 with "Le Mamme" ("The Mothers"). A prolific recording artist throughout the '80s, his album releases included 1980s solo debut Voglio l'Anima and Innamorata, Innamorato, Innamorati, 1981's La Mia Musica, L'Italiano in 1983, and Mediterraneo and Cofanetto in 1987.

1990 saw Cutugno return to the San Remo event, performing alongside Ray Charles. Cutugno's "Gli Amori" (recorded by Charles as "Good Love Gone Bad") finished runner-up once again, but a greater triumph was just around the corner, as Cutugno's "Insieme 1992" ("Together 1992"), a song celebrating the upcoming unification of Europe's EEC membership, won the Eurovision Song Contest. His next album, Insieme, understandably remains Cutugno's best known. His output slowed during the '90s and beyond. 1992's Non E Facile Essere Uomini was followed by Canzoni Nacoste (1997), Il Treno Va (2002) and Cantando (2004). 2005, however, saw Cutugno return to the spotlight when he joined singer Annalisa Minetti to perform "Come Noi Nessuno Al Mondo," the title track from his latest album. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the pairing finished second once again. ---Dave Thompson, allmusic.com

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Toto Cutugno - French Love (2003) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/9212-toto-cutugno-french-love-2003.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/9212-toto-cutugno-french-love-2003.html Toto Cutugno - French Love (2003)

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01. En chantant [04:24]
02. Et si tu n'existais pas [04:22]
03. L'ete indien [05:02]
04. Voici les cles [04:09]
05. Reviens [04:08]
06. Nous [03:40]
07. Nel cuore, nei sensi [04:10]
08. Enamorados [03:51]			play
09. Dame el corazon [03:48]
10. Solo tu, solo yo [04:14]
11. Solos [03:59]				play
12. Y el cielo es siempre mas azul [03:45]

 

Salvatore "Toto" Cutugno (born July 7, 1943) is an Italian pop singer-songwriter and musician. He began his musical career as a drummer, but later formed a band that performed his own songs. He also had cowritten for popular French-American singer Joe Dassin, contributing some of his most famous songs, including "L'été indien" ("Africa"), "Et si tu n'existais pas" and "Le Jardin du Luxembourg" (written with Vito Pallavicini).[1] He also co-wrote Dalida's "Laissez moi danser" (Voglio l'anima"), which became a Platinum record shortly after its release.

In 1976 Cutugno participated for the first time in the Sanremo Music Festival coming up with 3rd place with his band Albatros with the song, Volo 504. He then won in 1980 with the song "Solo noi", and again in 1983, with his smash hit, "L'Italiano", and subsequently finished second in six editions: in 1984 with the song "Serenata" ("Serenade"), in 1987 with "Figli" ("Sons" or "Children"), in 1988 with "Emozioni" ("Emotions"), in 1989 with the song "Le mamme" ("The Mamas"), in 1990 with Ray Charles with the song "Gli amori" ("Loves", but entitled "Good Love Gone Bad" in Charles' version) and in 2005 with Annalisa Minetti with the song "Come noi nessuno al mondo" ("No One Else in the World Like Us"). Toto Cutugno participated in the festival a total of 13 times.

He won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1990 with his own composition "Insieme: 1992" ("Together: 1992"), a ballad which celebrated European political integration. Along with Gigliola Cinquetti, Italy's only other Eurovision winner from 1964, he presented the 1991 contest, which was staged in Rome as a result of his victory. Cutugno may be best-known for his worldwide hit song, "L'Italiano (Lasciatemi Cantare)", which was on his hit CD, "I Grandi Successi".

 

 

Salvatore Cutugno (ur. 7 lipca 1943 w Fosdinovo, Włochy) - włoski piosenkarz znany jako Toto Cutugno, kompozytor muzyki pop. Od 1975 stał się sławnym kompozytorem we Francji, dzięki piosence "Africa" wykonywanej przez Joe Dassina pod tytułem L'ete Indien. Utwór wkrótce stał się międzynarodowym hitem. W 1976 sława Toto jako kompozytora i autora tekstów potwierdzona zostaje przez inny utwór nagrany i zaprezentowany przez Joe Dassina - Et si tu n'existais pas. W 1977 z zespołem Albatros Toto po raz kolejny brał udział w Festiwalu piosenki odbywającym się w Sanremo. Skomponowany przez Toto utwór Gran Premio odniósł sukces podczas festiwalu.

W 1978 artystyczne życie i dążenia Toto zmieniły się diametralnie i bardzo pozytywnie. Salvatore zdecydował się opuścić zespół i jako samodzielny i niezależny artysta skomponował piosenkę Donna Donna Mia zaprezentowaną szerokiej widowni dzięki programowi "Scommentiamo" prowadzonemu przez Mike Bongiorno. Utwór dotarł tym samym na szczyt listy przebojów.

Podczas tego samego okresu Toto napisał pierwszą piosenkę dla Adriano Celentano, który właśnie dzięki utworowi Soli, pozostał na liście dziesięciu najlepszych utworów w sprzedaży największej liczby płyt w ciągu miesiąca. W 1979 Toto zredagował pierwszy utwór, który nie tylko pisał, lecz także wykonał samodzielnie Voglio l'anima. Piosenka następnie wykonywana była przez innych włoskich, a także zagranicznych piosenkarzy. W 1980 Toto odniósł wielki sukces – zajął pierwsze miejsce na festiwalu Sanremo z Solo noi, a także pierwsze miejsce na festiwalu "Yamaha Songs Internacional" z piosenką Igrzyska olimpijskie, zagraną dla Miguela Bose oraz czwarte miejsce jako autor piosenki Innamorati na Festivalbar.

W 1986 Salvatore otrzymał nagrodę za piosenkę L'italiano, gdyż przez ostatnich pięć lat krążki z tym utworem cieszyły się najlepszą sprzedażą na całym świecie. Toto ponownie brał udział w Festiwalu Sanremo z utworem Azzurra Malinconia. W 1990 Toto zajął drugie miejsce na festiwalu w Sanremo z Gli amori. Utwór był wykonywany także przez Raya Charlesa, który dał unikalny występ, chcąc przekazać widowni teatru Ariston uczucia i głębię piosenek Toto. W tym samym roku Toto spotkał inny wielki sukces - wygrał w Zagrzebiu w konkursie Eurowizji z "Insieme 1992". W 1997 Toto był ponownie w Sanremo z utworem "Faccia Pulita", który został włączony do albumu "Canzoni Nacoste". W 1999 nadzorował muzycznym zarządzaniem programu "l Fatti Vostri", Raidue. W roku 2000 wydał nowy album.

Toto znowu wziął udział z dużym sukcesem w Festiwalu Sanremo w 2005 z nową romantyczną piosenką, prezentowaną wraz z Annalisą Minetti, "Come noi nessuno al mondo". Zdobył 1. miejsce w kategorii "Classici" i 2. miejsce w Sanremo ogólnie.

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Toto Cutugno - Innamorata Innamorato Innamorati (1981) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/21103-toto-cutugno-innamorata-innamorato-innamorati-1981.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/21103-toto-cutugno-innamorata-innamorato-innamorati-1981.html Toto Cutugno - Innamorata Innamorato Innamorati (1981)

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1 	Francesca Non Sa 	3:36
2 	Mi Dici Che Stai Bene Con Me 	5:02
3 	Tu Sei Mia 	4:20
4 	Cieli Azzurri 	3:48
5 	Flash 	3:18
6 	Il Cielo È Sempre Un Pò Più Blu 	3:18
7 	È Un Anno Che Tu Butti Via 	4:47
8 	Donna 	3:36
9 	E... Io Ti Amavo 	3:22
10 	Innamorati 	3:53

Acoustic Guitar – Beppe Cantarelli (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B2, B4)
Alto Saxophone [Solo] – Gianni Bedori (tracks: A2, B2, A4)
Arranged By, Conductor [Orchestra] – Beppe Cantarelli
Bass – Julius Farmer (tracks: A1, B2, B3, B5), Mino Fabiano (tracks: A3, A4, B4)
Drums – Ottavio Corbellini (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
Electric Guitar – Beppe Cantarelli (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B2, B3)
Percussion – Renato Mantegna, Toto Cutugno
Producer [Realization] – Guerrino Copetta, Toto Cutugno
Strings – Gianmaria Berlendis
Vocals - Toto Cutugno

 

The Italian winner of the 1990 Eurovision Song Contest, Toto Cutugno was born Salvatore Cutugno on July 7, 1943, in the northern Tescan town of Fosdinovo. A drummer as a youth, he turned to songwriting in the early '70s, and went on to compose hits for such European stars as Joe Dassin, Mireille Mathieu, Dalida, Johnny Halliday, Michel Sardou, Claude François and Gigliola Cinquetti. He also performed his material with his own band Albatross and, in 1976, the band released its self-titled debut album.

That same year, Albatross (performing the song "L'Albatross") placed third at the San Remo Music Festival. They were back again in 1977, performing "Gran Premio," since when Cutugno has visited the event on no less than a dozen further occasions. A solo artist now, he claimed victory just once, in 1980 with "Solo Noi" ("Only Us"). However, he would place second in 1984 with "Serenata" ("Serenade"), in 1987 with "Figli" ("Sons"), in 1988 with "Emozioni" ("Emotions"), and in 1989 with "Le Mamme" ("The Mothers"). A prolific recording artist throughout the '80s, his album releases included 1980s solo debut Voglio l'Anima and Innamorata, Innamorato, Innamorati, 1981's La Mia Musica, L'Italiano in 1983, and Mediterraneo and Cofanetto in 1987.

1990 saw Cutugno return to the San Remo event, performing alongside Ray Charles. Cutugno's "Gli Amori" (recorded by Charles as "Good Love Gone Bad") finished runner-up once again, but a greater triumph was just around the corner, as Cutugno's "Insieme 1992" ("Together 1992"), a song celebrating the upcoming unification of Europe's EEC membership, won the Eurovision Song Contest. His next album, Insieme, understandably remains Cutugno's best known. His output slowed during the '90s and beyond. 1992's Non E Facile Essere Uomini was followed by Canzoni Nacoste (1997), Il Treno Va (2002) and Cantando (2004). 2005, however, saw Cutugno return to the spotlight when he joined singer Annalisa Minetti to perform "Come Noi Nessuno Al Mondo," the title track from his latest album. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the pairing finished second once again. --- Dave Thompson, allmusic.com

 

Toto Cutugno naprawdę nazywa się Salvatore Cutugno i urodził się 7 lipca 1943 roku we Włoszech. Jest laureatem konkursu Eurowizji w 1990 roku, gdzie otrzymał nagrodę za piosenkę "Insieme: 1992".

Jeszcze jako dziecko Toto uczył się gry na trąbce i akordeonie, ale jego prawdziwą miłością okazały się bębny. Dlatego już jako 19-latek postanowił dołączyć do zespołu prowadzonego przez maestro Manusardi. To dzięki niemu Toto wyjechał na tournee do Finlandii.

Później jednak zmienił branżę i zaczął komponować piosenki między innymi dla Mirielle Mathieu, Dalidy, Johnny'ego Hallidaya, Michela Sardou czy Claude'a Francoise. Cutugno założył także własny zespół Albatross, który w 1976 roku wydał płytę pod tym samym tytułem. Grupa dzięki singlowi "L'Albatross" zdobyła 3. miejsce na festiwalu w Sanremo.

W 1980 roku, już jako solowy artysta, Toto pojawił się w Sanremo i zdobył 1. nagrodę dzięki piosence "Solo Noi". Kolejne konkursy, to kolejne nagrody dla Cutugno, jednak artysta ani razu nie powtórzył już sukcesu z 1980 roku.

W roku 1990 wygrał konkurs Eurowizji. Prezentował tam swoją piosenkę "Insieme: 1992". Również wtedy ukazał się kolejny album artysty zatytułowany "Insieme". Jak się później okazało, był to największy sukces Cutugno. ---rmf.fm

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Toto Cutugno – German Edition (1996) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/9743-toto-cutugno-germany-1996.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/9743-toto-cutugno-germany-1996.html Toto Cutugno – German Edition (1996)

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01, Solo Noi
02, Soli
03, L'italiano
04, Sara			play
05, Il Cielo E Sempre Un Po' Piu Blu
06, Tu Sei Mia
07, Un' Estate Con Te
08, Innamorati			play
09, La Mia Musica
10, Con Te
11, Mi Va
12, Africa
13, E Io Ti Amavo
14, Serenata
15, E Un Anno Che Tu Butti Via
16, Amore No

 

Toto Cutugno was born in Fosdinovo, Tuscany, to a Sicilian father and a Tuscan mother. Shortly after his birth the family moved to La Spezia (Liguria).

He began his musical career as a drummer, but later formed a band that performed his own songs. He also had cowritten for popular French-American singer Joe Dassin, contributing some of his most famous songs, including "L'été indien" ("Africa"), "Et si tu n'existais pas" and "Le Jardin du Luxembourg" (written with Vito Pallavicini).[1] He also co-wrote Dalida's "Laissez moi danser" (Voglio l'anima"), which became a Platinum record shortly after its release.

 

In 1976 Cutugno participated for the first time in the Sanremo Music Festival coming up with 3rd place with his band Albatros with the song, Volo 504. He then won in 1980 with the song "Solo noi", and again in 1983, with his smash hit, "L'Italiano", and subsequently finished second in six editions: in 1984 with the song "Serenata" ("Serenade"), in 1987 with "Figli" ("Sons" or "Children"), in 1988 with "Emozioni" ("Emotions"), in 1989 with the song "Le mamme" ("The Mamas"), in 1990 with Ray Charles with the song "Gli amori" ("Loves", but entitled "Good Love Gone Bad" in Charles' version) and in 2005 with Annalisa Minetti with the song "Come noi nessuno al mondo" ("No One Else in the World Like Us"). Toto Cutugno participated in the festival a total of 13 times.

 

He won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1990 with his own composition "Insieme: 1992" ("Together: 1992"), a ballad which celebrated European political integration. Along with Gigliola Cinquetti, Italy's only other Eurovision winner from 1964, he presented the 1991 contest, which was staged in Rome as a result of his victory.

 

Cutugno may be best-known for his worldwide hit song, "L'Italiano (Lasciatemi Cantare)", which was on his hit CD, "I Grandi Successi".

 

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Toto Cutugno – Insieme (2004) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/9303-toto-cutugno-insieme-2004.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/latin-french-italian/2540-toto-cutugno/9303-toto-cutugno-insieme-2004.html Toto Cutugno – Insieme (2004)

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CD 1:
01. Figli 4:11
02. Soli 4:02
03. Fino All'Ultimo 4:14
04. Flash 3:17
05. Canzone D'Amore 4:39
06. Il Sognatore 4:24
07. La Fine Del Mondo 4:14
08. Maledetto Sogno 3:19
09. Mi Piacerebbe (Andare Al Mare … Al Lunedi) 4:32
10. Sinfonia 4:35
11. Emozioni 4:10
12. C E La Rai 3:51
13. Camminero 4:19
14. Azzura Malinconia 4:20
15. Adulele 3:49
16. L'Italiano 4:18			play

CD 2:
01. Serenata 3:50
02. Solo Noi 4:05
03. Insieme 1992 4:28		play
04. Voici Les Cles (French Version Of - Nel Cuore E Nei Sensi) 4:10
05. Because (I Love You) (English Version) 4:09
06. Anna 3:53
07. C'est Venice 4:27
08. En Chantand (French Version Of - Cantando) 4:28
09. Et Si Tu N'Existais Pas (Oasis) 4:23
10. Mademoiselle Ca Va 4:16
11. Come E Difficile E Essere Uomini 6:10
12. E Un Anno Che Tu Butti Via 4:48
13. A … Rio 3:43			
14. La Favola Di Debby 3:57
15. La Mia Musica 4:11
16. Innamorati 3:55

 

The Italian winner of the 1990 Eurovision Song Contest, Toto Cutugno was born Salvatore Cutugno on July 7, 1943, in the northern Tescan town of Fosdinovo. A drummer as a youth, he turned to songwriting in the early '70s, and went on to compose hits for such European stars as Joe Dassin, Mireille Mathieu, Dalida, Johnny Halliday, Michel Sardou, Claude François and Gigliola Cinquetti. He also performed his material with his own band Albatross and, in 1976, the band released its self-titled debut album.

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