10 Songs, 51 Minutes


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Clean Lyrics

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings
Robbyrodrigues ,

What A Treat!!!!!!!Angel My Favorite

Como Expresar Lo bello Que Es ,Este Album."Angel" Es So Unique And Sensual.Waaah Love It.Overall I Love The Complete album.
Gracias De Corazon Raul Di Blasio Por Otra Album Tan Bello!!!!!Get This Album <You Will Not Regret It.
Kathleen The Cat

Jessy M ,

The piano you`ll never forget.

I`ve liked Di Blasio since I was a little girl. The wisper of his poetic words in every note make him not only "El piano de America", but the piano you`ll never forget. Add to that that Raul its a very nice person and his concerts will leave you breathless. I`ve been waiting for this CD long time. It is great!
La poetiza.

Ninoflino ,

Di Blasio at it's best.

I particularly enjoyed Mediterraneo.

About Raul Di Blasio

Pianist Raúl Di Blasio was born in Zapala, Argentina in 1949, beginning his musical training at age six; initially studying Latin musical traditions like the tango and bossa nova, he was influenced by classical European composers including Beethoven and Rachmaninoff. As a teen, however, Di Blasio discovered the Beatles, and he immediately formed his own rock band, Los Diabólicos, which gained some success nationally and continued on until 1973. He then returned to classical performance, touring South America throughout the middle of the decade; in 1978, Di Blasio began a five-year musical residency at a hotel in the Chilean resort city of Viña del Mar -- at the end of his stay, he decided to refocus all of his creative energies into mounting a career as a serious performer, and in 1983 issued his debut LP on EMI-Chile. Subsequent efforts on CBS-Chile were even more successful, and the media dubbed Di Blasio "El Pianista de Todos" ("The People's Pianist"); he moved to Miami in 1987, and three years later issued his BMG debut El Piano de América. Its 1994 sequel sold over a million copies, and to support 1997's Solo, Di Blasio toured the Far East; Desde Mexico followed a year later, and in 1999 he issued Christmas. The Brazilian-styled Di Blasio and Salt Peanuts appeared in 2000. ~ Jason Ankeny

Zapala, Argentina




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