ASIN : B000001DZR. Adelmo Fornaciari (Italian pronunciation: [aˈdɛlmo fornaˈtʃaːri]; born 25 September 1955), more commonly known by his stage name Zucchero Fornaciari or simply Zucchero (or ), is an Italian singer and Order of Merit of the Italian Republic.His music is largely inspired by gospel, soul and rock music, and alternates between ballads and more rhythmic boogie-like pieces. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; 2004: Zu & Co. - Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004: Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari: 1: 2019: Oro Incenso & Birra 30th Anniversary Edition [27] In 1999 was invited by Bono to participate at charity NetAid event, where at Giants Stadium in New Jersey performed "Il volo", along Bono U2's One, and with various artists the single song "New Day". [31] On November 29, 2003 participated in the 46664 charity (AIDS) concert at Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, as well again in 2005, organized by Nelson Mandela. Following a lengthy tour to promote Bluesugar, Fornaciari took some time off to work on new music. The album Blue’s was released the following year in the United Kingdom, and in 1990 Zucchero Sings His Hits in English, an album that featured songs from the Blue's and Oro Incenso & Birra albums, some of which translated to English by Frank Musker, was released worldwide. In the response to the 2012 Northern Italy earthquakes in Emilia-Romagna, Zucchero participated and opened the "Concerto per l'Emilia" (€1-2 million) at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara in Bologna,[47] and "Italia Loves Emilia" (€4 million) at the airport in Reggio Emilia in front of over 150,000 people. [29] The album Shake, that followed two months later, ended up being another European million selling album. Snack Bar Budapest (1988., glazba iz filma) Oro incenso e birra (1989.) I demoni non lasciano in pace gli umani nemmeno quando dormono.Infatti dormiamo per un terzo della nostra vita.San Gregorio di Nissa (vescovo) nel IV secolo sostenne l’idea che i demoni procrearono con altri demoni e con donne e che vi sono demoni maschi (detti “incubi”, plurale di incubus) e femmine (succubi, plurale di succubus). Find Zucchero Fornaciari discography, albums and singles on AllMusic ... Miserere: London (18) 1995 : Spirito Di Vino: Universal Distribution / Polygram (26) 1998 : Blue Sugar: Polygram (21) 2019 : D.O.C. [1] He is credited as the "father of Italian blues", introducing blues to the big stage in Italy. Artist: Zucchero (Adelmo Fornaciari) Featuring artist: Luciano Pavarotti; Song: Miserere 3 translations; Translations: English, Slovenian, Spanish; Requests: Hungarian Although advised to record in English to achieve international popularity he expressed doubt; "unfortunately, the only songs you can translate easily into English are the ballads, the love songs. Bocelli won the Sanremo Festival in 1994, singing the song, which was later released as his debut single. [1][3], Adelmo Fornaciari was born 25 September 1955 in Roncocesi, a frazione (small village) near Reggio Emilia in Italy. [57] Zucchero became the honorary member of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba, recognition received by the Cuban Minister of Culture, Fernando Rojas. At that time, he was studying veterinary medicine; although he liked animals and the course (taking 39 out of the 51 exams),[4] he wanted to be different from his parents and withdrew from the course in order to pursue his aspirations. In 1992 Fornaciari released the million selling album Miserere. [29] On the album blues musician John Lee Hooker appears on the ballad "Ali D'Oro",[29] his last recording before his death in June 2001. Country: Italy. ZUCCHERO AND PAVAROTTI - MISERERE 1992 UK CD SINGLE IN CARD SLEEVE. In 1975, he went to San Francisco, and there met the then-young Corrado Rustici from Naples, his future record producer. [4][15] He reappeared in the summer of 2001 with the European hit single "Baila morena" (re-released in 2006), described as "swinging track densely populated with crunching electric guitars, thick piano and organ vamps, and soaring bluesy female vocals over Zucchero's trademark rasp". [1] At the age of 12 or 13, he discovered American soul and blues music thanks to an African-American friend who was studying in Bologna and lived near his home. ": https://pld.lnk.to/DOC Fornaciari currently lives in Pontremoli, Tuscany. [37][38], In September 2006 was released million selling studio album Fly, certified 5x Platinum in Italy. [44] In 2009 at Ischia Global Film & Music Fest received the Global Music Award.[45]. [3], Fornaciari's best known hit "Senza una donna" ("Without a Woman"), in a duet with Paul Young, is from this album. Spirito DiVino (1995.) [11] He has two daughters Alice and Irene from the first marriage with Angela Figliè,[12][18] and son Adelmo Blue born 1998 with current partner Francesca Mozer. Zucchero Uživo u Kremlinu (1991.) [4][15] His first album, Un po' di Zucchero, was released the same year with moderate success. In February 1999 in UK was released a duet of "Va Pensiero" along Sinead O'Connor. Miserere (1992.) [27] The world tour included for the first time Australia and Asia. In Forte dei Marmi, he finished his technical high school studies,[12] and moved again, this time to the city of Carrara. [22] The compilation album Diamante was released in Mexico and other Latin American countries in 1994, and was an attempt to use the same method of Zucchero sings his hits in English for the Spanish and Latin American market. Style: Modern Electric Blues, Soul, Funk. [4] In 1975, he went to San Francisco, and there met the then-young Corrado Rustici from Naples, his future record producer. [1] He again played at the Sanremo festival and, although the song "Donne" ended up in a disappointing penultimate place (due to the festival critics), it became a hit single and one of the classic Italian songs. [22] The "darkness" reflects his intimate personal life from the time when lived in solitude and depression after the divorce. $5.00 + $2.80 shipping . 838K likes. Adelmo Fornaciari (Italian pronunciation: [aˈdɛlmo fornaˈtʃari]; born 25 September 1955), mair commonly kent bi his stage names Zucchero Fornaciari an Zucchero /ˈtsukkero/, is an Italian rock sangster an OMRI.His muisic is lairgely inspired bi gospel, blues an rock muisic, an alternates atween ballads an mair rhythmic boogie-like pieces.. Zucchero is the Italian wird for succar. [4] He made his first appearance in the famous Sanremo Music Festival in 1982 with the song "Una notte che vola via" but without success. [4], In 1989, Fornaciari and his band recorded the album Oro Incenso & Birra in Memphis. [32] At the concerts was inivted by Brian May to become the new singer for Queen replacing Freddie Mercury, but he declined, and they continued forming Queen + Paul Rodgers. I demoni del sonno. 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The duet was a great success worldwide,[3] it topped the European Hot 100, Italian, Belgian, Norwegian, and Swedish charts, and reached the top 3-5 in other international charts in 1991 including UK and US. [27] The band recording it included Santana bassist Benny Rietveld and bluesharp player Mark Feltham. Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari * ‎– Miserere. [1][4] The result of these sessions, with a backing band that included bassist Randy Jackson, was the 1985 album Zucchero & The Randy Jackson Band, and the song "Donne" (in English, "Women"). [12][13] At a young age, he was the goalkeeper of A.C. Reggiana 1919. Zucchero is … Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Miserere - Zucchero … When they translate this, you lose the sarcasm or irony. [62], In March 2014 started the Americana Tour with over 50 concerts in Canada and the United States. [63][64] A special concert was held on 23 April at a sold-out Madison Square Garden in New York, with many notable guests including Sting, Sam Moore, Jovanotti and Elisa. [68] For U2's 5 September show in Turin, Zucchero was the special guest and played "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For". Sections of this page. [27] He performed for the fundraising Rainforest Foundation in New York,[1] and Zoological Society of Florida, Miami.[28]. The 1991 was released Fornaciari's first live album Live at the Kremlin, recorded in Moscow Kremlin 1990 (being the first Western artist to perform there after the fall of Berlin Wall[4][24]) and featuring guest appearances by Randy Crawford (on John Lennon's "Imagine") and Toni Childs. They talked about a future collaboration on a project with Afro-American influences which was then unusual for Italy [3][12], In 1979, Zucchero wrote "Tutto di te" by Fred Bongusto, and the hit "Te ne vai" by Michele Pecora. The Best of Tour also brought Fornaciari to the US for the first time playing to four sold out consecutive concerts at House of Blue in Los Angeles. Diamante (1994.) His music is largely inspired by gospel, blues and rock music, and alternates between ballads and more rhythmic boogie-like pieces. [3][4] His music is largely inspired by gospel, soul, blues and rock music, and alternates between Italian ballads and more rhythmic R&B-boogie-like pieces. All the Best is the compilation album by Italian singer-songwriter Zucchero Fornaciari, released in November 2007, in celebration of his 25th anniversary from the release of the first studio album Un po' di Zucchero in 1983. Adelmo Fornaciari Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI[2] (Italian pronunciation: [aˈdɛlmo fornaˈtʃaːri]; born 25 September 1955), more commonly known by his stage name Zucchero Fornaciari or simply Zucchero (pronounced [ˈdzukkero, ˈtsuk-]), is an Italian singer-songwriter and musician. Questo sito o gli strumenti terzi da questo utilizzati si avvalgono di cookie necessari al funzionamento ed utili alle finalità illustrate nella cookie policy. The re-redition in 1997 included Continental hit cover of "Va pensiero" by Giuseppe Verdi. Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari - Miserere (CD 1992 Polydor France) Near MINT. He has won numerous awards, including four Festivalbar, nine Wind Music Awards, two World Music Awards (1993, 1996),[7] six IFPI Europe Platinum Awards,[8] and a Grammy Award nomination. On 6 May 2004 the album was presented during a concert in London's Royal Albert Hall, where many of the album's gueststars appeared to perform with Fornaciari. Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari - Diavolo In Me - A Devil In Me (With Solomon Burke).mp3: 11.87 Mb: download: 16. [26], The compilation The Best of Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari's Greatest Hits was released in 1996, shooting into all European charts, up to the number one position in France and Italy, and selling over 3 million copies in Europe. In the same year, he also composed the soundtrack for the film Snack Bar Budapest, written and directed by Tinto Brass. Zucchero pjeva najveće hitove na Engleskom (1990.) In November 2010, Fornaciari released a studio album entitled Chocabeck, certified 5x Platinum in Italy. In October he won his first "Premio Tenco", one of the most important Italian music award. [59] The sold-out La Sesión Cubana World Tour started on April 5 in Tahiti, French Polynesia, with an audience of 10,000 people. [72][73][74][75] On CNN it was announced that the album will include a new song Streets of Surrender (S.O.S) which lyrics written by Bono, dedicated to the victims of November 2015 Paris attacks.[76]. On December 8 the album was presented with a special free concert at the park of Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana, in front of nearly 70,000 people. Year: 1992. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold. [14] He spent most of his childhood in the seaside town of Forte dei Marmi (Province of Lucca, Tuscany). [46] The first single in Italy was the song "È Un Peccato Morir", followed by hits "Chocabeck", and "Vedo Nero". [19] As of 2015 are reported sales of over 8 million copies. Davis himself insisted to re-record the song with Zucchero,[4][18] describing it "interesting Mediterranean type of blues". [4] He found initial success with a band named Taxi, with whom he won the Castrocaro Music Festival in 1981. It went platinum and sold over 300,000 copies. It, with the upcoming compilation, was promoted with over 150 concerts, an estimated audience of 1.4 million people. During the following Blue's Tour Fornaciari shared the stage with Joe Cocker (for a cover of "With a Little Help From My Friends"), Ray Charles and Dee Dee Bridgewater. Informativa. [18] In 2012 he adopted from a distance two children who live in Kenya. Zucchero (liet. Number of discs : 1. [78], "When I do the English version of a song, I lose something. [71] He performed "Love Is All Around", and covered "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" and "Va pensiero", the latter with the children choir. The most important concerts were held in Piazza San Marco and in Hyde Park, London, for the British Summer Time Festival. Accessibility Help. Zucchero Fornaciari, Luciano Pavarotti, Michael Kamen, Corrado Rustici, Peter John Vettese, Wayne Jackson, Lance Ellington, Polo Jones - Zucchero: Miserere - Amazon.com Music His musical career began in 1970, with several small bands such as I Duca, Le nuove luci, I Decals, Sugar & Daniel, Sugar & Candies. In 1992 Bono worked with Zucchero on a song titled “Miserere”. B. [15] However, he wrote and produced the festival hit song "Lisa" by Stefano Sani. In 2018 the Italian bluesman continued touring around Europe.