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DI NOTTE

Alan Sorrenti

Rock Progressivo Italiano


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andrea
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1 stars After the huge success of the single "Tu sei l'unica donna per me", an easy melodic pop song from his previous album LA. & N.Y., Alan Sorrenti released in 1980 the album "Di notte", more focused on easy pop songs than on disco music. The single chosen to promote the album was "Non so che darei" but the success was not so huge as "Tu sei l'unica donna per me". With "Non so che darei" the artist took part to the Eurovision Song Contest in 1980 and classified in sixth position. The album features also an English version of this song an other pop songs that I fear can't be of any interest for prog lovers. After this album the career and the personal life of Alan Sorrenti passed through a long period of crises from where he, at least artistically, never re-emerged.

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