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Various - The Twelve Greatest Hits San Remo Festival 1967

Various - The Twelve Greatest Hits San Remo Festival 1967

Performer: Various
Title: The Twelve Greatest Hits San Remo Festival 1967
Style: Vocal
Released: 1967
Cat#: LP 19052
Country: US
Label: Epic
Size MP3 version: 2170 mb
Size FLAC version: 2032 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 326
Genre: Pop / Country

Various - The Twelve Greatest Hits San Remo Festival 1967


Tracklist

1La Musica E' Finita
2E' Piu' Forte Di Me
3Il Cammino Di Ogni Speranza Biem
4Canta Ragazzino
5Sopra I Tetti Azzurri Del Mio Pazzo Amore
6L'immensita'
7Ciao, Amore, Ciao
8Lo, Tu E Le Rose
9Non Pensare A Me
10C'e' Chi Spera
11Cuore Matto
12La Rivoluzione

Notes

(Tony del Monaco) --
(Caterina Caselli) --
(Gisella Fusi).

Album

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