Mina (1971 album)

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Mina
Mina album.jpg
Studio album by Mina
Released 1971
Recorded at PDU studios in Lugano
Length 45:37
Label PDU
Mina chronology
Del mio meglio
(1971)
Mina
(1971)
Cinquemilaquarantatrè
(1972)

Mina is an album by Italian singer Mina released in 1971.

The album is one of the singer's most successful, yiedlding the hit singles "Amor Mio" and "Grande grande grande" and outselling every other album release in 1972.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "E penso a te" Lucio Battisti, Mogol 3:44
2. "Capirò (I'll Be Home)" Randy Newman, Franca Evangelisti 3:01
3. "Le farfalle nella notte" Luciano Beretta, Rossella Conz, Pino Massara 4:13
4. "Non ho parlato mai" Paolo Limiti, Mario Robbiani 3:27
5. "Sentimentale" Lucio Dalla, Sergio Bardotti, Gianfranco Baldazzi 4:43
6. "Alfie" Burt Bacharach, Hal David 3:44
7. "Grande grande grande" Tony Renis, Alberto Testa 4:01
8. "Amor mio" Lucio Battisti, Mogol 4:49
9. "Al cuore non comandi mai (Plus fort que nous)" Francis Lai, Herbert Pagani 3:57
10. "Something" George Harrison 3:10
11. "Vacanze" Umberto Bindi, Carlo Alberto Rossi 3:18
12. "Mi fai sentire cosi strana" Bruno Lauzi, Riccardo Del Turco 3:30
Total length: 45:37

Credits[edit]

  • Mina – vocals
  • Pino Presti – arranger/conductor in "E penso a te" and "Grande grande grande"
  • Augusto Martelli – arranger/conductor in "Le farfalle della notte" and "Sentimentale"
  • Gian Piero Reverberi – arranger/conductor in "Capirò (I'll Be Home)", "Amor mio" and "Mi fai sentire cosi strana"
  • Mario Robbiani – arranger/conductor in "Non ho parlato mai", "Alfie", "Al cuore non comandi mai (Plus fort que nous)", "Something" and "Vacanze"
  • Nuccio Rinaldis – sound engineer

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