Del mio meglio n. 2

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Del mio meglio n. 2
Compilation album by Mina
Released April, 1973
Recorded at PDU studios in Lugano
Length 50:06
Label PDU
Mina chronology
Altro
(1972)
Del mio meglio n. 2
(1973)
Frutta e verdura
(1973)

Del mio meglio n. 2 is a compilation album by Italian singer Mina, released in 1973.

The album is a collection of songs previously published in other albums, except for "Uomo", "Eccomi" and "La mente torna", released only on 45rpm records.

Track listing[edit]

Side A[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Ballata d'autunno (Balada de otoño)"Joan Manuel Serrat, Paolo Limiti5:42
2."Parole parole (performed with Alberto Lupo)"Leo Chiosso, Giancarlo Del Re, Gianni Ferrio3:54
3."Uomo"Luigi Albertelli, Enrico Riccardi3:58
4."Fate piano"Andrea Lo Vecchio, Shel Shapiro4:02
5."Grande grande grande"Tony Renis, Alberto Testa4:01
6."Eccomi"Dario Baldan Bembo, Mina, Paolo Limiti3:31
Total length:25:06

Side B[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Someday (You Want Me to Want You)"Jimmie Hodges7:14
2."Vorrei averti nonostante tutto"Alberto Testa, Virca (Virginio Capitini), Danilo Vaona4:36
3."Fiume azzurro"Luigi Albertelli, Enrico Riccardi3:57
4."Amor mio"Lucio Battisti, Mogol4:49
5."La mente torna"Lucio Battisti, Mogol4:26
Total length:25:00

Credits[edit]

  • Mina – vocals
  • Natale Massara – arranger/conductor in "Ballata d'autunno (Balada de otoño)" and "Uomo"
  • Gianni Ferrio – arranger/conductor in "Parole parole" and "Someday (You Want Me to Want You)"
  • Pino Presti – arranger/conductor in "Fate piano", "Grande grande grande", "Vorrei averti nonostante tutto" and "Fiume azzurro"
  • Dario Baldan Bembo – arranger/conductor in "Eccomi"
  • Gian Piero Reverberi – arranger/conductor in "Amor mio" and "La mente torna"
  • Nuccio Rinaldis – sound engineer