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Goodbye N9Vecento features songs written and performed by veteran Italian singer/songwriter Antonello Venditti, who began recording albums in 1971, nearly 30 years before the release of this album in 1999. You can tell that Venditti is a seasoned artist, because this is very much his album. He writes the lyrics, sings the songs, and hires a roster of musicians to assist him. Some of the performing artists on this album include Lanfranco Fornari, Mauro Formica, Cesare Chiodo, Toti Panzanelli, Marco Colucci, Bruno Zucchetti, and Sandro Centrofanti. This album includes a beautiful lyric sheet that unfolds and is marvelous to examine in detail. Despite being nearly a 30-year veteran, Venditti shows no signs of slowing down on Goodbye N9Vecento.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Italian singer/songwriter Antonello Venditti is known for his passion for Rome, his native city, mentioned in many of his compositions. Inspired by classical music, the singer made his debut in 1972 with an album recorded along with Francesco de Gregori on Theorius Campus, followed by 1973's L'Orso Bruno and Le Cose Della Vita. Venditti's breakthrough came in 1975 with the release of Lilly, getting its title track on the top of the most important local charts. The...
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