Mina Celentano

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Mina Celentano
Studio album by
Released1998
Length45:16
LabelClan/PDU

Mina Celentano is a duet album by Italy's chart-topping artists Mina and Adriano Celentano, issued in 1998. Lucio Battisti was initially attached to the project but he eventually dropped out.[1]

The album was recorded in Galbiate and Lugano and was produced by Massimiliano Pani.

Mina Celentano became the best-selling album of the year in Italy, with over 2,000,000 copies sold.[2]

The album spanned two singles, Acqua e sale and Brivido felino. Mina would later record Spanish versions of both songs with different male singers, respectively Miguel Bosé and Diego Torres).

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Acqua e sale"Giovanni Donzelli, Vincenzo Leomporro4:42
2."Brivido felino"Stefano Cenci, Paolo Audino3:44
3."Io non volevo"Adriano Celentano4:08
4."Specchi riflessi"Giovanni Donzelli, Vincenzo Leomporro4:59
5."Dolce fuoco dell'amore"Giulia Fasolino4:39
6."Che t'aggia di'"Adriano Celentano5:09
7."Io ho te"Giovanni Donzelli, Vincenzo Leomporro4:54
8."Dolly"Adriano Celentano, Marco Vaccaro5:35
9."Sempre sempre sempre"Luigi Albertelli, Enrico Riccardi4:46
10."Messaggio d'amore"Massimiliano Pani2:36
Total length:45:16

Credits[edit]

  • Adriano Celentano – vocals
  • Mina – vocals
  • Alfredo Golino – drums
  • Maurizio Dei Lazzaretti – drums
  • Paolo Gianolio – guitar
  • Massimo Varini – guitar
  • Giorgio Cocilovo – guitar
  • Umberto Fiorentino – guitar
  • Danilo Rea – piano, accordion
  • Nicolò Fragile – keyboards
  • Massimo Moriconi – bass
  • Massimiliano Pani – keyboards

Trivia[edit]

A special edition of the album, titled Mina Celentano – Buon Natale, was released during the Christmas season packaged with a CD-ROM titled "Molly e destino solitario" featuring an animated video of Che t'aggia di.

18 years later, in 2016, Mina and Celentano recorded a second collaborative album called Le Migliori ("the best ones", in reference to a quote by Celentano describing their collaboration).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.rockol.it/news-10898/adriano-celentano-lettera-a-lucio-battisti
  2. ^ Luis (29 January 2015). "I dieci album italiani più venduti di sempre". FanCity Acireale. Retrieved 3 March 2016.