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Questa è la storia: Scende la pioggia

Gianni Morandi

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Album Review

Italian blowhard Gianni Morandi delivers another campy classic in Questa È la Storia: Scende la Pioggia, a bizarre collection of his music. Coming off like an Italian Tom Jones, Morandi manages to stretch his thin voice into some wonderfully overblown arrangements. Covers of 60's pop tracks, brash pop songs of his own, they are all included on this fun and harmless album. The best part is how recognizable so many of the tracks are, it is a genuine thrill to hear the lounge-meets-big band arrangement of "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" or the Meatloaf-esque treatment of "Com'è Grande Luniverso." The admirable lack of smarmy arrangements helps this become one of the best albums in his collection, and a high recommendation for fans of this era in Italian pop.

Biography

Born: 1944 in Monghidoro, Italy

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Italian pop culture icon Gianni Morandi worked his way up from the bottom of the entertainment industry. Born in 1944, as a child Morandi sold soda and candies at the local movie theater in his native town of Monghidoro to make ends meet. He made his performance debut at age 12, singing in the public square on New Year's Day, 1956. His noticeable musical talent caused his parents to move him from traditional schooling to a school in Bologna, where he studied song and performance with master vocalist...
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Questa è la storia: Scende la pioggia, Gianni Morandi
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, World, Europe
  • Released: 14 November 1994

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