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Boogie - Paolo Conte - The Best Of Paolo Conte (CD)

Boogie - Paolo Conte - The Best Of Paolo Conte (CD)

  • Feshakar says:
    Paolo Conte (born 6 January in Asti, Piedmont, Italy) is a craggy-voiced italian singer, pianist and composer. He both writes and performs his own material and his grainy, resonant voice redolent of Francophone singers like Jacques Brel adds a certain charm to his wistful, sometimes melancholic lyrics. His performing career began as a vibraphone player in local and touring bands.
  • Kaganris says:
    Paolo Conte - Boogie - AMC - Silver Star - Belgium. 45worlds. CD Albums.
  • Gunris says:
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  • Dilkis says:
    If you do not know Paolo Conte - buy the CD. If you know Paolo Conte - no more to say, he is graet. The only thing i must say about this CD, it is a newly remastered one, with new versions of his classic songs, i have the same CD also a few years older and most of the songs there sound a bit more original, more cooler, more spotlight on his voice and not somuch on the music/5(12).
  • Melabar says:
    Aug 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Paolo Conte - Boogie YouTube Gotan Project - La Revancha Del Tango (Full Album) - Duration: Gotan Project Recommended for you.
  • Jumi says:
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  • Vudorn says:
    The Best of Paolo Conte is currently the only collection of the Italian singer/songwriter's music that is readily available in America. Fortunately for those with a soft spot for quirky romantics, it is a fine representation of his life's work.
  • JoJosho says:
    The Best Of Paolo Conte What makes the whole CD come alive is the voice of Paolo Conte himself. His deep, wry voice and unique lyrics make this an album you will listen to again and again. The songs remain in your mind long after stop is pushed. He is the Italian boogie-woogie man. My children are a little bit embrassed when I try to /5(43).

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