- Style:Ballad, Vocal, Schlager
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Al Bano and Romina Power are an Italian pop music duo formed in 1975 by then-married couple Albano Carrisi and Romina Power. They were highly successful in Italy and mainland Europe throughout the 1980s and the early 1990s. Their best known international hits include "Felicità", "Sharazan", "Tu, soltanto tu (Mi hai fatto innamorare)", "Ci sarà", "Sempre sempre", and "Libertà!". The duo primarily recorded in Italian but have also released a great number of records in Spanish and French.
Description: Al Bano & Romina PowerDeLuxe Collection. Artist: Al Bano & Romina Power Album: DeLuxe Collection Genre: Disco Source: CD Year: 2003 Ripper: EAC (Secure mode), LAME . 2 & Asus CD-S520 Codec: LAME Version: MPEG 1 Layer III Quality: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps) Channels: Stereo, 44100 hz Tags: ID3 v., ID3 v. Covers: Front Back CD. Tracklisting.
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Altri album di Al Bano & Romina Power. The Very Best - Live aus Verona.
Al Bano (born May,1943 in southern Italy, precisely in Cellino San Marco, Brindisi) and Romina Power (born October 2, 1951 in Los Angeles, USA, daughter of actors Tyrone Power and Linda Christian) have been for nearly 30 years one of the most famous and successful couples of the Italian pop music. Albano known Romina in 1967 during filming the movie "Nel Sole", also the title of the first great success of Al Bano reaching first place in the sales charts
Album · 1994 · 16 Songs. Al Bano & Romina Power. Le Nostre Emozioni (Our Emotions).
Al Bano and Romina Power were an Pop music duo from Italy (1975-1996) formed by then-married couple Albano Carrisi (Al bano) and Romina Power, daughter of American actor Tyrone Power. They are best known for their songs Felicità, Sempre sempre and Nostalgia Canaglia. The two separated in 1999, citing personal differences.
The Abba-meets-the Carpenters sound of Al Bano and Romina Power is quite apparent on Felicita, one of the only albums of theirs from this period to make it to America. The music is definitely novel, with kitchy touches like outer space noises and loads of reverb. But all the tricks do is dilute the real problem with this album: it is very, very dated. The music is fun and has its value, but this album screams its own time period, from the production to the music itself.
|–Al Bano*||Bianca Di Luna|
|–Al Bano*||Tu Che L'Amavi|
|–Romina Power||La Mia Solitudine|
|–Al Bano*||Caro, Caro Amore|
|–Al Bano*||Mille Cherubini In Coro|
|–Al Bano*||Acqua Di Mare|
|–Al Bano*||Nel Sole|
|–Al Bano* - Romina Power||Storia Di Due Innamorati|
|–Al Bano*||Io Di Notte|
|–Al Bano*||La Donna Di Un Amico Mio|
|–Al Bano*||La Siepe|
|–Al Bano*||Io Ho Te|
|–Al Bano*||L' Oro Del Mondo|
|–Al Bano*||Nel Silenzio|
|14C 062-18615||Al Bano & Romina Power||Collection (LP, Comp)||EMI||14C 062-18615||Greece||1983|
|14C 262 18615||Al Bano & Romina Power||Collection (Cass, Comp)||EMI||14C 262 18615||Greece||1983|
|7243 8 31719 2 7||Al Bano & Romina Power||Collection (CD, Comp)||EMI||7243 8 31719 2 7||Greece||1994|
|14C 062-18615||Al Bano & Romina Power||Collection (LP, Comp)||EMI||14C 062-18615||Greece||1994|