Catene (album)

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Catene
Catene Mina 1984.jpg
Studio album by Mina
Released 1984
Recorded At GSU studios in Lugano
Length 44:04(vol. 1)
40:01(vol. 2)
Label PDU
Producer Massimiliano Pani
Mina chronology
Mina 25
(1983)
Catene
(1984)
Del mio meglio n. 8
(1985)

Catene is an album by the Italian singer Mina, issued in 1984.

In the first CD, Mina covered old hits – originally published between 1950 (Louis Prima's "Buona sera") and 1969 (Lucio Battisti's "Acqua azzurra, acqua chiara") – for the RAI TV show Trent'anni della nostra storia.

Track listing[edit]

Vol 1[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Original artist Length
1. "Brigitte Bardot" Miguel Gustavo Jorge Veiga[1] (1960) 4:05
2. "Strangers in the Night" Eddie Snyder, Charles Singleton, Bert Kaempfert Jack Jones (1966)[2] / Frank Sinatra (1966) 3:44
3. "La verità" Sergio Bardotti, Armando Trovajoli, Carlo Pes Carmen Villani (1965) / Paul Anka (1965) 4:17
4. "Hey Jude" John Lennon, Paul McCartney The Beatles (1968) 6:16
5. "Estate" Bruno Martino, Bruno Brighetti Bruno Martino (1960) 3:36
6. "Banana Boat" Harry Belafonte, Lord Burgess, William Attaway Harry Belafonte (1956)[3] 3:49
7. "E la chiamano estate" Bruno Martino, Franco Califano, Laura Zanin Bruno Martino (1965) 3:32
8. "Gimme a Little Sign" Jerry Winn, Alfred Smith, Joseph Hooven Brenton Wood (1967) 3:23
9. "Eso es el amor" Pepe Iglesias "El Zorro" Pepe Iglesias "El Zorro" (1955)[4] 3:40
10. "Buona sera" Carl Sigman, Peter De Rose Louis Prima (1950)[5] 3:32
11. "Acqua azzurra, acqua chiara" Lucio Battisti, Mogol Lucio Battisti (1969) 4:10
Total length: 44:04

Vol 2[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Comincia tu" Massimiliano Pani, Piero Cassano 4:15
2. "Più di così" Alberto Salerno, Giampietro Felisatti 4:17
3. "Ballando ballando" Giorgio Calabrese, Celso Valli 3:58
4. "Rose su rose" Massimiliano Pani, Piero Cassano 4:00
5. "Momento magico" Anselmo Genovese 4:22
6. "Sogno (Sonhos)" Peninha, Cristiano Malgioglio 4:55
7. "La nave" Guido Guglielminetti 4:56
8. "Per di più" Giorgio Calabrese, Celso Valli 5:01
9. "La casa del nord" Massimiliano Pani, Valentino Alfano 4:17
Total length: 40:01

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Originals - "Brigitte Bardot". Retrieved 20 November 2012
  2. ^ The Originals - "Strangers in the Night". Retrieved 20 November 2012
  3. ^ Even if Mina's cover of this song is based on Belafonte's version, actually, the first recording of this song was by Edric Connor and the Caribbeans in 1952 on the album Songs from Jamaica with the title of "Day Dah Light". Mento. Retrieved 20 November 2012
  4. ^ The Originals - "Eso es el amor". Retrieved 20 November 2012
  5. ^ The Originals - "Buona sera". Retrieved 20 November 2012