Top Fabrizio De Andre Albums
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Anime salve Legacy Edition
Anime salve Legacy Edition
[2017]
In direzione ostinata e contraria, Vol. 2
In direzione ostinata e contraria, Vol. 2
[2006]
In direzione ostinata e contraria
In direzione ostinata e contraria
[2005]
Peccati di gioventu
Peccati di gioventu
[2000]
De André In Concerto
De André In Concerto
[1999]
Da Genova...
Da Genova...
[1999]
M'innamoravo di tutto
M'innamoravo di tutto
[1997]
Anime salve
Anime salve
[1996]
Gli originali
Gli originali
[1995]
La canzone di Marinella
La canzone di Marinella
[1995]
1991 Concerti (Live)
1991 Concerti (Live)
[1991]
Le Nuvole
Le Nuvole
[1990]
Creuza de ma
Creuza de ma
[1984]
Arrangiamenti PFM (Live)
Arrangiamenti PFM (Live)
[1979]
Rimini
Rimini
[1978]
Fabrizio de Andrè (Blu)
Fabrizio de Andrè (Blu)
[1976]
Fabrizio de André, Vol. 8
Fabrizio de André, Vol. 8
[1975]
Canzoni
Canzoni
[1974]
Storia di un impiegato
Storia di un impiegato
[1973]
Non al denaro, non all'amore, né al cielo
Non al denaro, non all'amore, né al cielo
[1971]
Fabrizio de André, Vol. 1
Fabrizio de André, Vol. 1
[1970]
La Buona Novella
La Buona Novella
[1970]
Tutti morimmo a stento
Tutti morimmo a stento
[1968]
Prima di Faber
Prima di Faber
[1963]
Le origini ed i grandi successi - EP
Le origini ed i grandi successi - EP
[1961]
Related Information for Fabrizio De Andre
Fabrizio De André (18 February 1940 – 11 January 1999) was a leading Italian singer-songwriter. In his works he often told stories of marginalised and rebellious people, above all prostitutes, that were seen by De André as an answer to the bourgeois prissiness.De André was born in Genoa, Liguria, Italy. His father was an anti-fascist, and during the war the De André family had to seek refuge in a country farm near Revignano d'Asti, Piedmont. The family returns in Genoa in 1945. Fabrizio studied law at the University of Genoa, but left before graduating.His first instrument was the violin, and then he took up the guitar, playing in local jazz bands. In 1958 he recorded his first two songs: Nuvole barocche ("Baroque Clouds") an... read more