Ho bisogno di vederti

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"Ho bisogno di vederti"
Single by Connie Francis
B-side "Whose Heart Are You Breaking Tonight"
Released 1965
Format 7" single
Length A-side: 3:30
B-side: 2:25
Label MGM Records K 2102
Songwriter(s) Ramsete, Roberto Ciampi
Connie Francis
Italian singles chronology
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1964)
"Ho bisogno di vederti"
(1965)
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1965)
"Una notte cosi'"/
"Il primo bacio e l'ultimo"
(1964)
"Ho bisogno di vederti"/
"Whose Heart Are You Breaking Tonight"
(1965)
"C'e una cosa che non sai"/
"Forget Domani"
(1965)
"Ho bisogno di vederti"
Single by Connie Francis
B-side "C'e una cosa che non sai"
Released 1965
Format 7" single
Length A-side: 3:30
B-side: 2:46
Label MGM Records K 2109
Songwriter(s) Ramsete, Roberto Ciampi
Connie Francis
Italian singles chronology
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1965)
"Ho bisogno di vederti"
(1965)
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1963)
"C'e una cosa che non sai"/
"Forget Domani"
(1965)
"Ho Bisogno Di Vederti"/
"C'è una cosa che non sai"
(1965)
"Misteriosamente"/
"For Mama (La Mamma)"
(1963)
"Ho bisogno di vederti"
Single by Gigliola Cinquetti
B-side "Grazie amore"
Released 1965
Format 7" single
Label Compagnia Generale del Dischi (CGD) N9532
Songwriter(s) Ramsete, Roberto Ciampi

Ho bisogno di vederti is the title of the song which was the entry of the San Remo music festival in 1965. It was released there and was released after Connie Francis and Gigliola Cinquetti.

Background[edit]

Both Connie Francis and Gigliola Cinquetti were invited to play "Ho bisogno di vederti" and use two orchestral arrangements to emphasize the importance of competition as a composer's competition. Two different artists. In the 1965 edition of San Remo Music Festival, each entry had to be presented.

This song was in the semi-finals, finishing fifth in the ranking after the last night of the festival on January 30, 1965.

Connie Francis[edit]

Initial release: MGM Records single K 2102[edit]

Recording of Connie Francis' s "Ho bisogno di vederti" was first released before the Sanremo Music Festival. As the Sanremo entry got more attention, British numbers chosen for the B side were # 43 Billboard Hot 100 and # 7 Billboard who broke through Tonight, Ted Murry and Benny Davis' songs Adult Contemporary Chart.

Other releases: MGM Records Single K 2109[edit]

The second edition of "Ho bisogno di vederti" came after the success of the festival. Now another Italian song was chosen for side B, 'C'èuna cosa che non sai' ', album' 'Connaie Francis' song released in the United States for 'better' "for mama Interestingly, "C'èuna cosa che non sai" also appeared on the A side of a single published between both versions of "Ho bisogno di vederti". In that scene, "C'èuna cosa chen non sai" was with the Italian version of Francis.

English version[edit]

Francis recorded the English version "You are mine (when you are lonely)". As opposed to the original chorus of Italian lyrics being left, the entire lyrics were omitted, so in contrast to the original 3 minutes 30 seconds run time of the Italian version, execution of the English version The time was only 2:56 minutes.

"You are mine (just when you are lonely)" was released as the B side of Francis' single "Wishing It Was You".

Unregistered German version[edit]

The German version entitled "Ich muss immer one dich denken" was scheduled to be picked up at Philips Studios in London on May 26, 1965. There, Francis and some other German songs, Tony Hatch. However, "During my busy day, I was not registered due to a delay in my busy recording schedule."

Gigliola Cinquetti recording[edit]

Italian version[edit]

Gigliola Cinquetti's version of Ho bisogno di vederti was released in Italy on Cinquetti's label Compagnia Generale del Disco.

German version[edit]

Unlike Connie Francis, Gigliola Cinquetti did indeed record Ich muss immer an dich denken, the German version of Ich muss immer an dich denken. It was released in Germany on Italia Records Single # 2031.

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