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Album Review

For the first live album of his career, Italian rocker Ligabue introduces a new band of three guitars, bass, drums, and most significantly, no keyboards. A terrific live performer, over this 1997 double set, Ligabue revisits all of his best songs to date in electrified versions that almost invariably trump the studio ones. In addition, Su e Giù da un Palco offers a few choice surprises, such as Mick Taylor's guest appearance on "Hai un Momento Dio," and three previously unissued studio recordings: "Il Giorno del Dolore Che uno Ha," "Ultimo Tango a Memphis," and the would-be classic "Tra Palco e Realtà."

Biography

Born: March 13, 1960 in Correggio, Italy

Genre: Rock

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

Authenticity, sweat, and electric guitars: these are the ingredients of a recipe that, with very small changes over the years, made Ligabue one of the most successful modern Italian rockers. Born in Correggio, not far from Reggio Emilia, on March 13, 1960, Luciano Ligabue had diverse work experiences during his pre-rock years, including farmhand, blue-collar worker, salesman, city councilman, and DJ. Accompanied by a band called OraZero, in 1987 Ligabue won a contest for unsigned bands, which during...
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