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Concerti (Live)

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This first Paolo Conte live collection is an ideal introduction to one of Italy's most unique performers. Recorded both in Italy and in France, a testimony to Conte's established transnational appeal, this recording constitutes an excellent summary of the first decade of his career. Although he only gathered the courage to start his solo career after working ten years as a professional songwriter, Conte is a natural showman and his music, with its strong music hall influences, is clearly made for the stage. Always a perfectionist, for this outing Conte surrounds himself with a cadre of Italy's finest sessionmen: bassist Ares Tavolazzi, drummer Ellade Bandini, guitarist Jimmy Villoti, saxophonist and bandleader Antonio Marangolo, and keyboardist Mimmo Turone. All of the above (plus producer Renzo Fantini) had frequently contributed to Conte's studio recordings and were thus perfectly in synch with his musical vision. Appropriately, the husky vocalist-stomping pianist and his band never miss a step, as they positively enjoy themselves nonchalantly breezing through 18 classics from the Conte repertoire. All of his best-known songs are here, including "Genova per Noi," "Via con Me," "Bartali," "Un Gelato al Limon," "La Topolino Amaranto," and "Onda su Onda." As a bonus, there is also the first appearance on a Conte album of "Azzurro," a 1968 hit for Adriano Celentano written by Conte and Vito Pallavicini. As an introduction to the artist, Concerti, or any other Conte live album, is arguably better than a greatest-hits package and, in fact, this record functioned as such until the first official Paolo Conte compilation appeared in 1992. The only caveat with Concerti has to do with its compact disc edition, since the sound of the 1989 digitally mastering is rather dim. In addition, this album was originally released as a double long-player, and the CD version loses two great tracks, "Sono Qui con Te Sempre Più Solo," and "Dal Loggione."
© Mariano Prunes /TiVo

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1
Lo zio (Live)
00:04:51

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

2
Sono qui con te sempre piu solo (Live)
00:04:05

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

3
Come di (Live)
00:04:25

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

4
Dal loggione (Live)
00:04:20

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

5
La ricostruzione del Mocambo (Live)
00:03:38

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

6
Via con me (Live)
00:02:34

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

7
La fisarmonica di Stradella (Live)
00:03:13

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

8
La Topolino amaranto (Live)
00:03:03

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

9
Alle prese con una verde milonga (Live)
00:07:15

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

10
Parigi (Live)
00:03:50

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

11
Diavolo rosso (Live)
00:05:58

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

12
Hemingway (Live)
00:05:02

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

13
Bartali (Live)
00:02:21

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

14
Un gelato al limon (Live)
00:04:34

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

15
Una giornata al mare (Live)
00:03:13

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

16
Il nostro amico Angiolino (Live)
00:03:30

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

17
Onda su onda (Live)
00:04:13

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

18
Sotto le stelle del jazz (Live)
00:03:53

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

19
Azzurro (Live)
00:02:54

Vito Pallavicini, Lyricist - RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

20
Boogie (Live)
00:06:32

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

21
Genova per noi (Live)
00:03:50

RENZO FANTINI, Producer - Paolo Conte, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals, MainArtist - Antonio Marangolo, Saxophone - Ellade Bandini, Drums - Ares Tavolazzi, Bass - Jimmy Villotti, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy, a Warner Music Group Company, © 2017 NAR International Srl Under exclusive license to Warner Music Italy a Warner Music Group Company, ℗ 1985 NAR International Srl

Album Description

This first Paolo Conte live collection is an ideal introduction to one of Italy's most unique performers. Recorded both in Italy and in France, a testimony to Conte's established transnational appeal, this recording constitutes an excellent summary of the first decade of his career. Although he only gathered the courage to start his solo career after working ten years as a professional songwriter, Conte is a natural showman and his music, with its strong music hall influences, is clearly made for the stage. Always a perfectionist, for this outing Conte surrounds himself with a cadre of Italy's finest sessionmen: bassist Ares Tavolazzi, drummer Ellade Bandini, guitarist Jimmy Villoti, saxophonist and bandleader Antonio Marangolo, and keyboardist Mimmo Turone. All of the above (plus producer Renzo Fantini) had frequently contributed to Conte's studio recordings and were thus perfectly in synch with his musical vision. Appropriately, the husky vocalist-stomping pianist and his band never miss a step, as they positively enjoy themselves nonchalantly breezing through 18 classics from the Conte repertoire. All of his best-known songs are here, including "Genova per Noi," "Via con Me," "Bartali," "Un Gelato al Limon," "La Topolino Amaranto," and "Onda su Onda." As a bonus, there is also the first appearance on a Conte album of "Azzurro," a 1968 hit for Adriano Celentano written by Conte and Vito Pallavicini. As an introduction to the artist, Concerti, or any other Conte live album, is arguably better than a greatest-hits package and, in fact, this record functioned as such until the first official Paolo Conte compilation appeared in 1992. The only caveat with Concerti has to do with its compact disc edition, since the sound of the 1989 digitally mastering is rather dim. In addition, this album was originally released as a double long-player, and the CD version loses two great tracks, "Sono Qui con Te Sempre Più Solo," and "Dal Loggione."
© Mariano Prunes /TiVo

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