Love in Portofino (A San Cristina)

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Love in Portofino
Love in Portofino (A San Cristina) cover.jpg
Studio album by Dalida
Released 1959
Recorded 1959
Genre World music, pop, exotica
Length 25:57
Label Barclay
Dalida chronology
Le disque d'or de Dalida
(1959)
Love in Portofino
(1959)
Les enfants du Pirée
(1960)
Singles from Love in Portofino
  1. "La chanson d'Orphée[1]"
    Released: July 1959
  2. "Ne joue pas[2]"
    Released: 1959
  3. "Love in Portofino[3]"
    Released: September 1959
  4. "Luna Caprese[4]"
    Released: 1959

Love in Portofino (A San Cristina) is the sixth and last album of the 1950s by Dalida. Most of the songs in the album were hits.

Track listing[edit]

Barclay – 80 115:[5]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Love in Portofino" (A San Cristina) Fred Buscaglione, Jacques Larue & Leo Chiosso 3:15
2. "C'est ça l'amore" Jean Broussolle & Pino Massara 2:56
3. "Adonis" Fernand Bonifay & George Goehring 2:20
4. "Pilou Pilou Hé" (Au pays qu'à un joli nom) Gilbert Bécaud & Louis Amade 2:20
5. "Marina" Jean Broussolle & Rocco Granata 2:00
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Ne joue pas" A. J. Marotta, Guy Hemric & Jean Constantin 1:46
2. "Luna Caprese" Georges Gosset & Luigi Ricciardi 3:22
3. "J'ai rêvé" Bobby Darin & Georges Aber 2:30
4. "La chanson d'Orphée" (Manha De Carnaval) Antônio Maria, François Llenas, Luiz Bonfá & Marcel Camus 2:50
5. "Elle, lui et l'autre" Albert Beach, Guy Wood & René Rouzaud 2:38
Total length: 25:57

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dalida – La chanson d'Orphée". Discogs. Retrieved January 8, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Dalida – Ne joue pas". Discogs. Retrieved January 8, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Dalida – Love in Portofino (single)". Discogs. Retrieved January 8, 2017. 
  4. ^ "Dalida – Luna Caprese". Discogs. Retrieved January 8, 2017. 
  5. ^ "Dalida – Love in Portofino". Discogs. Retrieved January 4, 2017. 

Sources[edit]

  • 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. (French)
  • Dalida Official Website (English) (French)