Studio Uno 66

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Studio Uno 66
Studio uno 66-2.jpg
Studio album by Mina
Released March, 1966
Label Ri-Fi Record Company
Mina chronology
Mina canta Napoli
(1966)
Studio Uno 66
(1966)
Mina 2
(1966)

Studio Uno 66 is an album by Italian singer Mina.

The album was released in the spring of 1966, topping the charts and yielding three top ten singles - "Ta-ra-ta-ta", "Una casa al cima al mondo" and "Se telefonando".[1]

"Se telefonando" is Mina's flawless interpretation of a difficult song, composed and arranged by Ennio Morricone to lyrics by Maurizio Costanzo. The main theme of the song thrills around just three notes, taken from the siren of a police car in Marseilles.[2] In the reader's poll conducted by the la Repubblica newspaper to celebrate Mina's 70th anniversary in 2010, 30,000 voters picked the track as the best song ever recorded by Mina.[3]

BMG reissued the album on CD in 1997.

Track listing[edit]

Side A[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Ta-ra-ta-ta (Try Your Luck)" Alberto Testa, Franco Maresca, Louis Zerato 2:10
2. "No" Jimmy Fontana, Gianni Boncompagni, Carlo Pes 2:25
3. "Se tu non fossi qui" Carlo Alberto Rossi, Marisa Terzi 3:03
4. "Breve amore (You Never Told Me)" Alberto Sordi, Piero Piccioni 2:36
5. "Sono qui per te" Bruno Canfora, Lina Wertmüller 2:58
6. "Mai cosi" Bruno Canfora, Lina Wertmüller 2:53
Total length: 16:05

Side B[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Se telefonando" Maurizio Costanzo, Ghigo De Chiara, Ennio Morricone 2:58
2. "Mi sei scoppiato dentro il cuore" Bruno Canfora, Lina Wertmüller 3:09
3. "Una casa in cima al mondo" Pino Donaggio, Vito Pallavicini 3:01
4. "Addio" Antonio Amurri, Piero Morgan (Piero Piccioni) 2:28
5. "Ebb tide" Carl Sigman, Robert Maxwell 2:43
6. "Lontanissimo (Somewhere)" Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Devilli (Alberto Curci) 2:09
Total length: 16:28

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] HitParadeItalia site. Retrieved 27 June 2007
  2. ^ Se telefonando HitParadeItalia site. Retrieved 27 June 2007
  3. ^ Gino Castaldo (25 March 2010). "E Mamma Mina cestinò i complimenti dei Beatles". La Repubblica (in Italian).