Sanremo Music Festival 1995

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Sanremo Music Festival
45th edition (1995)
Dates21 February 1995 (1st night)
22 February 1995 (2nd night)
23 February 1995 (3rd night)
24 February 1995 (4th night)
25 February 1995 (5th night)
Presenter(s)Pippo Baudo
and Anna Falchi, Claudia Koll
Artistic director(s)Pippo Baudo
Orchestra leaderPippo Caruso
BroadcasterRai 1
VenueTeatro Ariston
Big Artists section
Entriesacts (23 songs)
Voting system23
WinnerGiorgia
"Come saprei"
Critic's prizeGiorgia
"Come saprei"
Newcomers' section
Entries16 acts (16 songs)
WinnerNeri per Caso
"Le ragazze"
Sanremo Music Festival chronology
1995

The Sanremo Music Festival 1995 was the 45th annual Sanremo Music Festival, held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, province of Imperia, in the late February 1995 and broadcast by Rai 1.

The show was presented by Pippo Baudo, who also served as the artistic director, with actresses Anna Falchi and Claudia Koll.[1]

The winner of the Big Artists section was Giorgia with the song "Come saprei", which also won the Critics Award. The a cappella group Neri per Caso won the Newcomers section with the song "Le ragazze".[1]

In the opening night, shortly after the beginning of the show a man, Pino Pagano, sat on the edge of the gallery of the theater showed the intention to commit suicide jumping below: he was eventually stopped by Baudo himself amid the applause of the audience.[1]

After every night Rai 1 broadcast DopoFestival, a talk show about the Festival with the participation of singers and journalists. It was hosted by Serena Dandini with Luciano De Crescenzo, Fabio Fazio, Gianni Ippoliti and Pippo Baudo.[1]

Participants and results[edit]

Big Artists[edit]

Big Artists section [1]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s) Rank Notes
"Come saprei" – Giorgia
(Giorgia Todrani, Eros Ramazzotti, Vladimiro Tosetto, Adelio Cogliati)
1
  • Winner of the "Big Artists" section
  • Mia Martini Critics Award
  • Radio/TV Prize
"In amore" – Gianni Morandi & Barbara Cola
(Duchesca, Bruno Zambrini)
2
"Gente come noi" – Spagna
(Ivana & Giorgio Spagna, Fio Zanotti, Angelo Valsiglio, Marco Marati)
3
"Con te partirò" – Andrea Bocelli
(Lucio Quarantotto, Francesco Sartori)
4
"Finalmente tu" – Fiorello
(Max Pezzali, Mauro Repetto)
5
"Bisogno d'amore" – Danilo Amerio
(Danilo Amerio)
6
"Rivoglio la mia vita" - Lighea
(Zenonazza, Tania Montelpare, Michele Pecora)
7
"Senza averti qui" - 883
(Max Pezzali, Pier Paolo Peroni e Marco Guarnerio)
8
"Più di così" - Antonella Arancio
(Fabrizio Carraresi, Franco Migliacci, Luca Bechelli e Mauro Goldsand)
9
"Un altro amore no" - Lorella Cuccarini
(Vincenzo Incenzo, Davide Pinelli, Silvio Testi)
10
"Dove vai" - Mango
(Armando Mango, Saverio Grandi, Pino Mango)
11
  • Fonopoli Award for Best Arrangement
"L'assurdo mestiere" - Giorgio Faletti
(Giorgio Faletti)
12
"Ma che ne sai… (se non hai fatto il piano-bar)" - Peppino di Capri, Gigi Proietti & Stefano Palatresi
(Claudio Mattone)
13
"Giovane vecchio cuore" - Gigliola Cinquetti
(Giorgio Faletti)
14
"La vestaglia" - Massimo Ranieri
(Marcello Marrocchi, Giampiero Artegiani)
15
"Voglio una donna" – Drupi
(Toto Cutugno, Claudio Farina e Antonio Sanarico)
16
"Voglio andare a vivere in campagna" - Toto Cutugno
(Toto Cutugno)
17
"Troppo sole" - Sabina Guzzanti & La Riserva Indiana
(David Riondino)
18
"ANGELI & angeli" - Loredana Bertè
(Loredana Bertè, Philippe Leon)
19
"I giorni dell’armonia" - Patty Pravo
(Maurizio Monti, Giovanni Ullu)
20
"Amore e guerra" - Francesca Schiavo
(Sergio Cammariere, Roberto Kunstler)
Eliminated
"È con te" - Valeria Visconti
(Carlo Marrale)
Eliminated
"Padre e padrone" - Giò Di Tonno
(Giò Di Tonno, Alessandro Di Zio)
Eliminated

Newcomers[edit]

Newcomers section [1]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s) Rank Notes
"Le ragazze" - Neri per Caso
(Claudio Mattone)
1
  • Winner of the Newcomers' section
"Che sarà di me" - Massimo Di Cataldo
(Vincenzo Incenzo, Laurex, Massimo Di Cataldo)
2
"Lo specchio dei pensieri" - Gigi Finizio
(Gigi Finizio, Vincenzo Capasso)
3
"Un posto al sole" - Rossella Marcone
(Maurizio Morante)
4
"Ho bisogno di te" - Dhamm
(Alessio Ventura, Massimo Conti, Dario Benedetti, Mauro Munzi)
5
"Destinazione Paradiso" - Gianluca Grignani
(Gianluca Grignani)
6
"Sentimento" - Raffaella Cavalli
(Marco Marati, Angelo Valsiglio)
7
"Le foglie" - Fedele Boccassini
(Fedele Boccassini)
8
"Dentro di me" - Mara
(Massimo Riva, Davide Civaschi)
9
"L'uomo col megafono" - Daniele Silvestri
(Daniele Silvestri)
10
"Chi più ne ha" - Prefisso
(Francesco Ciccarelli, Luciano Favarin, Stefano Bonci, Rudy Neri)
Eliminated
"Le cose di ieri" - Rock Galileo
(Saverio Lanza)
Eliminated
"Le voci di dentro" - Gloria
(Giovanni Nuti, Celso Valli, Paolo Recalcati)
Eliminated
  • Winner of the Mia Martini Critics Award - Newcomers' section
"Monica" - Deco
(Marco Bruni)
Eliminated
"Per amore" - Flavia Astolfi
(Mariella Nava)
Eliminated
"Quando saprai" - Fabrizio Consoli
(Fabrizio Consoli, Eugenio Finardi)
Eliminated

Guests[edit]

Guests [1]
Artist(s) Song(s)
Juan Luis Guerra "La cosquillita"
Ray Charles "Angelina"
Youssou N'Dour "Undecided"
Take That "Sure"
Madonna & Babyface "Take a Bow"
Khaled "Didi"
Cyndi Lauper "Hey Now"
Gilbert Bécaud, Amii Stewart & Randy Crawford "September Morn" / "September matin"
Noa "Child Of Man"
Annie Lennox "No More I Love You's"
Chris Isaak "Wicked Game"
Robbie Robertson "Ghost Dance"
Duran Duran "White Lines"
Loreena McKennitt "The Bonny Swans"
Sting "The Cowboy Song"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Eddy Anselmi. Festival di Sanremo: almanacco illustrato della canzone italiana. Panini Comics, 2009. ISBN 8863462291.