Dalida - De "Bambino" A "Il Silenzio" album flac
- Album: De "Bambino" A "Il Silenzio"
- FLAC: 1593 mb | MP3: 1817 mb
- Released: 1966
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In September, Dalida issued her first compilation album De Bambino à Il silenzio, collecting her gross hits from 1956 to 1965, which was also one of the earliest greatest hits albums ever. On the night of 5 October, Dalida premiered her third Olympia concert residency which ran for a month. Presenting new songs like "J'ai décidé de vivre", "Entrez sans frapper" and "Loin dans le temps", Dalida made a turnaround in her career orientating her repertoire towards more profound lyrics
De "Bambino" à "Il silenzio" was Dalida's first compilation album, released in France in 1967 by Barclay Records. Come prima" (Tu me donnes). Les enfants du Pirée". Itsi bitsi petit bikini". Garde-moi la dernière danse". Le jour le plus long". Il Silenzio (Bonsoir mon amour)". List of Dalida songs.
Bambino is a song recorded by Egyptian vocalist Dalida that became her first major hit. It was first released on 28 October 1956 as title song of her third EP, prior to her debut album Son nom est Dalida. Bambino spent 45 weeks atop the French song charts, becoming the longest-running number one song in world history. Bambino was Dalida's first major hit, spending 45 weeks as number 1 in French charts, and topped charts of several other countries.
Title on spine "De Bambino à Il silenzio" but in the gatefold sleeve : "De Bambino au Jour le plus long". Rights Society: BIEM. Matrix, Runout: BLY 80312-1. Matrix, Runout: BLY 80312-é. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.
De "Bambino" à "Il silenzio" was Dalida's first compilation album, released in France in 1967 by Barclay Records. De "Bambino" à "Il silenzio". Compilation album by. Dalida. Dalida achieved around 40 number one hits, over 40 top 10, and has long lists of top 20, top 40 and top 100 hits in Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America and Canada. Below is a still partial list of sales and songs charts combined. Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti (Italian: ; 17 January 1933 – 3 May 1987), professionally known as Dalida (Egyptian Arabic: داليدا), was a French vocalist and actress, born in Egypt to Italian parents
De "Bambino" à "Il silenzio". Her 30-year career began in 1956 and ended with her last album in 1986 and her suicide led to an iconic image as a tragic diva and renowned singer. Dalida ranks abong 7 most popular singers of all time and she received more than 70 gold records and was the first singer to receive a platinum and a diamond disc. She sold more than 170 million albums Worldwide, in 1988, Dalida was posthumously honoured by the International Star Registry, with the issuance of a diploma, awarded one year after her death
De "Bambino" à "Il silenzio". L’argus Dalida: Discographie mondiale et cotations, by Daniel Lesueur, Éditions Alternatives, 2004. ISBN 2-86227-428-3 and ISBN 978-2-86227-428-7.
Miguel is the second album by Dalida. It contains eight songs, including her big success "Miguel". The songs "Maman, la plus belle du monde", "Quand on n'a que l'amour" and "Tu n'as pas très bon caractère", continue in a more pop style than her first album.