Theorius Campus

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Theorius Campus
Theorius Campus front cover.jpg
Studio album by Antonello Venditti and Francesco De Gregori
Released December 1973
Genre Italian singer-songwriters
Length 40:15
Label It
Producer Paolo Dossena and Italo Greco
Antonello Venditti chronology
Theorius Campus' (1972) L'orso bruno (1973)
Francesco De Gregori chronology
Theorius Campus' (1972) Alice non lo sa (1973)

Theorius Campus is a music album by Italian singer-songwriters Antonello Venditti and Francesco De Gregori, released by It in 1972. It was the debut work for both artists, who only collaborated on this occasion and share vocal duties on two songs, "Dolce signora che bruci" and "In mezzo alla città", and alternate on lead vocal in all the others.

De Gregori and Venditti are not mentioned on the cover, which shows a painting of Ophelia by English painter John Everett Millais.

Track list[edit]

  1. "Ciao uomo" (lyrics by Antonello Venditti; music by Roberto Giuliani and Antonello Venditti)
  2. "Signora Aquilone" (lyrics and music by Francesco De Gregori)
  3. "La cantina" (lyrics and music by Antonello Venditti)
  4. "È caduto l'inverno" (lyrics and music by Antonello Venditti)
  5. "Dolce signora che bruci" (lyrics and music by Francesco De Gregori)
  6. "La casa del pazzo" (lyrics Francesco De Gregori; music by Giorgio Lo Cascio )
  7. "Vocazione 1 and 1/2" (lyrics and music by Antonello Venditti and Francesco De Gregori)
  8. "L'amore è come il tempo" (lyrics and music by Antonello Venditti)
  9. "In mezzo alla città" (lyrics and music by Antonello Venditti and Francesco De Gregori)
  10. "Roma Capoccia" (lyrics and music by Antonello Venditti)
  11. "Little Snoring Willy" (lyrics and music by Francesco De Gregori)
  12. "Sora Rosa" (lyrics by Antonello Venditti; music by Roberto Giuliani and Antonello Venditti)

Personnel[edit]

  • Francesco De Gregori: guitar, vocals
  • Antonello Venditti: piano, vocals
  • Paolo Dossena: keyboards
  • Italo Greco: keyboards
  • Maurizio Giammarco: flute
  • Giorgio Lo Cascio: guitar
  • Dave Sumner: guitar
  • Douglas Meakin: guitar
  • Mick Brill: bass
  • Derek Wilson: drums

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