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A Poet - and great pop music!

During dinner with a friend fron Italy the subject of Italian pop music came up. He asked what we were listening to and I told him my favorite is Samuele Bersani. He responded that Samuele is "A Poet". My Italian is not that good but I would have to agree. This is some of the catchiest and most interesting music your will ever hear. And this is a really great introduction to his early career. "Che Vita", "Il Mostro", "Crazy Boy", Senza Titoli" are good places to start but "Spaccacuore" is an amazing song. This is music that you will be listening to for years to come.

Biography

Born: October 1, 1970 in Rimini, Italy

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Samuele Bersani has become known as among the finest of Italy's new breed of songwriters. Having spent time writing for established artists like Lucio Dalla, Bersani began his solo career with the 1991 record C'Hanno Preso Tuto, which spawned the major hit "Chicco e Spillo." Commissions from better-known singers continued to come in, and while accepting many of them, Bersani continued to compose music that he himself would perform. His second record, released four years later, was a huge success,...
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