Fabrizio De Andre' - Creuza De Mä album flac
- Album: Creuza De Mä
- FLAC: 1185 mb | MP3: 1763 mb
- Released: 1984
- Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Ballad
- Rating: 4.8/5
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Fabrizio De André is an album released by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André, released in 1981. The songs were written by Fabrizio De André and Massimo Bubola. It is also known as L'Indiano (The Indian) due to the picture of a Native American on the cover. The picture is a painting by Frederic Remington named The Outlier.
Mould SID Code (CD Crêuza De Mä): ADJ08. Matrix, Runout (CD La Mia Genova): ERA1400039 - EASYREPLICA. Mastering SID Code (CD La Mia Genova): IFPI LN12. Mould SID Code (CD La Mia Genova): IFPI ADD10. Other Versions (5 of 20) View All. Cat.Creuza De Mä (LP, Album, Gat). Creuza De Mä (LP, Album, Ltd, Gat).
Artist: Fabrizio De André. Album: Crêuza de mä (1984). Translations: English Finnish, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish. A A. Crêuza de mä. Umbre de muri muri de mainé. dunde ne vegnì duve l'è ch'ané. che a ne liga e a ne porta 'nte 'na creuza de mä. Submitted by tangoitalia on Mon, 04/10/2010 - 20:49. com/fabrizio de andre/creuza de ma. Thanks! thanked 3 times. Powered by. Advertisements.
Crêuza de mä is the eleventh studio album by Fabrizio De André. It is sung in the Genoese dialect. All the songs were written by De André and Mauro Pagani, with all lyrics by the former and music mostly by the latter; in a 2011 interview within the documentary DVD series Dentro Faber (Inside Faber), about De André's life and works, Pagani stated that his job on the album was to create melodies. Halfway through the album sessions, responding to Pagani's repeated concerns that the lyrics would be incomprehensible to non-Genoans, De André reassured his friend by telling that his music was so good that even Sicilians would get the meaning of the songs without understanding a single word. However, full Italian translations of the lyrics (by De André himself) were included in. the album's liner notes. All lyrics by Fabrizio De André; music by Mauro Pagani and Fabrizio De André.
Fabrizio de André was born in Genoa on February 18, 1940. His career as a songwriter and performer began in the late fifties, under the strong influence of the French chansonniers, especially Georges Brassens (1921-1981). In the late summer of 1998, Fabrizio de André was forced to stop his concert tour at the first symptoms of a serious disease which was later diagnosed as cancer. Fabrizio de André died in Milan, Italy on January 11, 1999, at 2:30 am. Two days later, he was buried in his native town of Genoa, Italy. The funeral was attended by an immense crowd of more than 10,000 people.
The sense of distance and a sense of "another place" is further heightened by the subject matter of many of the songs, focusing on historical figures or incidents in the past.