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Uomini più uomini
Amanda Lear - Uomini Più Uomini (Italy).jpg
Studio album by Amanda Lear
Released 1989
Genre Pop
Length 41:27
Label Ricordi International
Producer Stefano Previsti
Amanda Lear chronology
Secret Passion
(1986)Secret Passion1986
Uomini più uomini
(1989)
Tant qu'il y aura des hommes
(1989)Tant qu'il y aura des hommes1989

Uomini più uomini (Italian for Men More Men) is the eighth studio album by French singer Amanda Lear, released in 1989 by Ricordi International.

Background[edit]

On Uomini più uomini, Amanda worked only with Italian musicians. The album was recorded in Milan and mixed at Heaven Studio in Rimini, Italy.[1] The lyrical content of the album talks mainly about love, and is written completely in Italian, making it Lear's first album to consist exclusively of non-English language material. The singer stated the album was recorded as a mean to appeal to Italian audience she had acquired as a TV presenter in Italy.[2]

Uomini più uomini was only released in Italy where Lear's popularity remained high because of successful television career over the years. No singles were released, although the material received moderate promotion on TV. The album, however, failed to make much impact on charts. It would re-appear under the name Tant qu'il y aura des hommes in France the same year with half of the songs re-recorded in French, adding a new track, "Métamorphose".

The album was initially only available on vinyl and cassette. German company Siebenpunkts Verlags Gmbh has since acquired the publishing rights to the album and in 1993, it was re-released on CD by Farad Records as Indovina chi sono, with a different artwork and re-arranged track listing. Portions of the album would be subsequently re-released many times on different budget CD compilations, combined with tracks from its French language counterpart Tant qu'il y aura des hommes.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Original edition[edit]

Side A
  1. "Mia cara Clara" (Willy Molco, Vito Pallavicini, Paolo Conte) – 3:38
  2. "Telegramma" (Cristiano Malgioglio, Corrado Castellari) – 3:12
  3. "Ragazzino" (Daiano, Giulio Caliandro) – 4:18
  4. "Ripassi domani" (Willy Molco, Vito Pallavicini, Paolo Conte) – 4:15
  5. "Scuola d'amore" (Amanda Lear, Daiano) – 4:30
Side B
  1. "Una notte insieme a te" (Sergio Menegale, Raffaele Ferrato) – 3:51
  2. "Indovina chi sono" (Paolo Limiti, P. Leon) – 3:22
  3. "Una rosa un tango" (Cristiano Malgioglio, Corrado Castellari) – 4:05
  4. "Illibata" (Massimo Poggini, Daiano, Giulio Caliandro) – 3:25
  5. "Due" (Carlo Zavaglia, Sabino Mogavero, Franco Graniero) – 3:27
  6. "La partita di pallone" (Carlo Alberto Rossi, Edoardo Vianello) – 3:24

CD edition (Indovina chi sono)[edit]

  1. "La partita di pallone" (Carlo Alberto Rossi, Edoardo Vianello) – 3:22
  2. "Una notte insieme a te" (Sergio Menegale, Raffaele Ferrato) – 3:51
  3. "Illibata" (Massimo Poggini, Daiano, Giulio Caliandro) – 3:25
  4. "Una rosa un tango" (Cristiano Malgioglio, Corrado Castellari) – 4:05
  5. "Due" (Carlo Zavaglia, Sabino Mogavero, Franco Graniero) – 3:27
  6. "Indovina chi sono" (Paolo Limiti, P. Leon) – 3:22
  7. "Scuola d'amore" (Amanda Lear, Daiano) – 4:30
  8. "Ragazzino" (Daiano, Giulio Caliandro) – 4:18
  9. "Mia cara Clara" (Willy Molco, Vito Pallavicini, Paolo Conte) – 3:38
  10. "Ripassi domani" (Willy Molco, Vito Pallavicini, Paolo Conte) – 4:15
  11. "Telegramma" (Cristiano Malgioglio, Corrado Castellari) – 3:12

Personnel[edit]

Release history[edit]

Year Region Format(s) Label
1989 Italy LP, cassette Ricordi International
1993 CD (Indovina chi sono) Farad Records

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UOMINI PIU' UOMINI 1989 Italy". amandalear_tv.tripod.com (in Italian). web.archive.org. Archived from the original on August 25, 2004. Retrieved 2014-03-12. 
  2. ^ "Amanda Lear - Interview (Tanzhouse)". Tanzhouse (in English and German). www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2014-03-12. 
  3. ^ "COMPACT DISC". amandalear.tripod.com. web.archive.org. Archived from the original on August 20, 2004. Retrieved 2014-03-22. 

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