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Ivano Fossati

born on 21/9/1951 in Genova, Liguria, Italy

Links www.ivanofossati.it (Italian)

Ivano Fossati

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Ivano Fossati

Ivano Alberto Fossati (born 21 September 1951) is an Italian pop singer-songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and percussionist born in Genoa. A former member of progressive rock group Delirium, Fossati has several albums to date and has worked with such musicians as Fabrizio De André, Riccardo Tesi,Anna Oxa, Mia Martini, Ornella Vanoni, Francesco De Gregori and others.[1]

In October 2011, after the release of the album Decadancing, Fossati announced during Fabio Fazio's TV show Che tempo che fa that he decided to end his music career: "I've been thinking a lot about it, not in the last days, but during last two or three years. This will be my last album, and I won't record any new album. And my next tour will be the last one".[2] Fossati's last concert was held at the Teatro Piccolo in Milan, on 19 March 2012.[3]

Discography

  • Il Grande Mare che Avremmo Traversato (1973)
  • Poco Prima dell'Aurora (with Oscar Prudente) (1974)
  • Good-bye Indiana (1975)
  • La Casa del Serpente (1977)
  • La Mia Banda Suona il Rock (1979)
  • Panama e Dintorni (1981)
  • Le Citta' di Frontiera (1983)
  • Ventilazione (1984)
  • 700 Giorni (1986)
  • La Pianta del Te (1988)
  • Discanto (1990)
  • Lindbergh (1992)
  • Buontempo Dal Vivo Vol. 1 (1993)
  • Carte da Decifrare Dal Vivo Vol. 2 (1993)
  • Macramé (1996)
  • Canzoni a Raccolta Time and Silence (1998)
  • La disciplina della Terra (2000)
  • Not One Word (2001)
  • Lampo viaggiatore (2003)
  • Dal vivo, Vol. 3: Tour Acustico (2004)
  • L'arcangelo (2006)
  • Ho sognato una strada (2006)
  • Musica Moderna (2008)
  • Decadancing (2011)

As contributor

  • Scacchi e tarocchi (by Francesco De Gregori, 1985)
  • Euphonia (by Vincenzo Zitello, 1986)
  • Anime salve (by Fabrizio De André, 1996)
  • Les Annees Orlando l'Integrale 1970-1997 (by Dalida, 1997)
  • Veleno (by Mina, 2003)
  • Acqua foco e vento (by Riccardo Tesi, 2003)
  • Miei compagni di viaggio (by Mia Martini, 2003)
  • Troppo tempo/Hace tiempo (by Laura Pausini, 2011)

External links

References

  1. [Ivano Fossati at All Music Guide Ivano Fossati Credits]. Allmusic.
  2. Andrea Laffranchi (3 October 2011). Fossati: ho 60 anni e dico addio alle scene (Italian). Corriere della Sera. Retrieved on 1 September 2012.
  3. Andrea Morandi (20 March 2012). L'ultimo palco di Ivano Fossati. Avete fatto una cosa eccezionale (Italian). la Repubblica. Retrieved on 1 September 2012.
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