01 ott 2008

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Mia Martini songs, one of best Italian singers

Mia Martini
Mia Martini
MIA MARTINI is the art's name of Mimì Bertè', considered, after Mina , the best Italian Interpreter; born in Calabria, in 1947, comes with her family to North Italy, in Milan and then, in Rome.
In '60s Rome was the perfect place for an artist: the sound comes from U.K. and U.S. starts to change the old Italian melodic music. Tv, Radio, discoteque, all places where You, if knows someone, can demonstrate Your talent.
The voice of Mia Martini: had a wide range of voice, which could lead to the higher notes, this is one of the best features of Mimi Martini (his real name), from pop music to the melodic Italian music to love songs, to pass in jazz pieces, Mia Martini has surely been one of the most popular Italian singers from the audience, thanks to the fact that he could put the soul in the songs.
A night, her career and her life changes: with her friend Renato Zero and her sister Loredana Bertè, after becomes two famous italian singer, police finds in Mia's handbag half gram of marijuana. She went quick in prison...
Was '69 and Mia Martini's career stopped for many years.
Only in 1971, she pubblish the first album, after that one critic's success and again and again, but her depression's problems, Her Lovers, (many rumors said Ivano Fossati has had the biggest love of her life) discographic lawsuit, doesn't helps her and she returns to have success for 2-3 years and to vanish for the others years.
A career very signed from success and from her solitude.
Mia, dies in '95, alone.
Officially, for cocaine overdose, but her sister saids for "medicine-abuse". R.I.P., Mimì.

  •   Mia Martini Singles:
  1. "Padre davvero..." / "Amore...amore...un corno!" (1971)
  2. "Gesù è mio fratello" / "Lacrime di marzo" (1971)
  3. "Credo" / "Ossessioni" (1972)
  4. "Piccolo uomo" / "Madre" (1972)
  5. "Donna sola" / "Questo amore vero" (1972)
  6. "Minuetto" / "Tu sei così" (1973)
  7. "Il guerriero" / "Bolero" (1973, Release cancelled)
  8. "Inno" / "...e stelle stan piovendo" (1974)
  9. "Al mondo" / "Principessa di turno" (1975)
  10. "Donna con te" / "Tutti uguali" (1975)
  11. "L'amore è il mio orizzonte" / "Sabato" (1976)
  12. "Che vuoi che sia...se t'ho aspettato tanto" / "Io donna, io persona" (1976)
  13. "Libera" / "Sognare è vita" (1977)
  14. "Per amarti" / "Se finisse qui" (1977)
  15. "Vola" / "Dimmi" (1978)
  16. "Danza" / "Canto alla luna" (1979)
  17. "Ti regalo un sorriso" / "Ancora grande" (1981)
  18. "E ancora canto" / "Stai con me" (1981)
  19. "E non finisce mica il cielo" / "Voglio te" (1982)
  20. "Quante volte" / "Solo noi" (1982, two editions)
  21. "Bambolina" / "Guarirò guarirò" (1982)
  22. "Spaccami il cuore" / "Lucy" (1985)
  23. "Almeno tu nell'universo" / "Spegni la testa" (1989)
  24. "La nevicata del '56" / "Danza pagana" (1990)
  25. "Chica chica bum (remix)" / "Chica chica bum (instrumental)" (1990, Release cancelled)
  26. "Stiamo come stiamo" (with Loredana Bertè) / "Dormitorio pubblico" (L.Bertè) (1993)
  • Mia Martini Albums:
  1. Oltre la collina (1971)
  2. Nel mondo,una cosa (1972)
  3. Il giorno dopo (1973)
  4. È proprio come vivere (1974)
  5. Sensi e controsensi (1975)
  6. Un altro giorno con me (1975)
  7. Che vuoi che sia... se t' ho aspettato tanto (1976)
    mia martini e ivano fossati
    Ivano Fossati e Mia Martini
  8. Per amarti (1977)
  9. Danza (1978)
  10. Mimì (1981)
  11. Quante volte... ho contato le stelle (1982)
  12. Miei compagni di viaggio (1983)
  13. Martini Mia (1989)
  14. La mia razza (1990)
  15. Mi basta solo che sia un amore (1991)
  16. Mia Martini in concerto (da un'idea di Maurizio Giammarco) (1991)
  17. Lacrime (1992)
  18. Rapsodia Il meglio di Mia Martini (1992)
  19. La musica che mi gira intorno (1994)
  • Mia Martini Compilations:
  1. Mia (1976)
  2. Il meglio di Mia Martini (1984)
  3. Ti regalo un sorriso (1985)
  4. Mia Martini 1996 (1996)
  5. Mia Martini - Le origini (1996)
  6. Mimì Bertè (1996, including previously unreleased tracks)
  7. Indimenticabile Mia (1996, including previously unreleased tracks)
  8. Mi canto español (1997, including previously unreleased tracks)
    mia martini e loredana berté
    Loredana Berté e Mia Martini
  9. Gli anni '70 (1998)
  10. Semplicemente Mimì (1998, including previously unreleased tracks)
  11. Sorelle (1999, including previously unreleased tracks)
  12. I Miti Musica - Mia Martini (1999)
  13. Mia... Mimì (2000, including previously unreleased tracks)
  14. Mimì Sarà (2000, including previously unreleased tracks)
  15. Dolce amare (2000)
  16. Canzoni segrete (2003, including previously unreleased tracks and alternate versions)
  17. Per sempre (2003)
  18. E parlo ancora di te (2004, including previously unreleased tracks and alternate versions)
  19. La neve, il cielo, l'immenso (3-CD box set, 2005; including previously unreleased tracks, alternative versions and songs previously unavailable on CD)
  20. Liberamente Mia (2007)

4 commenti:

  1. PLEASE, correct this article.
    Mia Martini was in prison once and NOT many times.
    And she did not disappear and have success for just 2-3 years. Bullshit
    Mia Martini could not work for almost 10 years, because she was banned from the racist Italian music industry. People considered her like a negative person that brought bad luck. Awfully. She was discriminated like nobody else.
    She was the BEST ITALIAN SINGER and SHE IS STILL. When finally in the 1989 she returned to perform in public she returned to be succesfull and loved by the public.

    RispondiElimina
  2. Mia Martini didn't have depression's problems and she is not the best Italian singer after Mina. But she is the BEST Italian singer before Mina.

    RispondiElimina
  3. Before Mina?

    Thanks for your opinion.

    RispondiElimina

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