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Tonina Torrielli - I Successi Di Tonina Torrielli (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Check out Amami se vuoi by Tonina Torrielli on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on psychedelic.whisperseekershagrelmalamuro.infoinfo
  2. Shop i grandi successi di tonina torrielli. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  3. In , Italian singer Mina released the album Sconcerto, entirely composed of Domenico Modugno Italian hits, including "Nel blu dipinto di blu". Japanese-Brazilian bossa nova singer Lisa Ono also sang "Nel blu dipinto di blu" in her 's album Questa bossa mia. Mina re-recorded the song in , for a television advertisement.B-side: "Vecchio frac", "Nisciuno po' sapé", "Strada .
  4. After Bissi's parting ways with EMI, the label and its Dutch mid-price subsidiary Disky Communications have continued to capitalise on the rights to her back catalogue, issuing a large number of hits compilations in various price ranges under titles like I grandi successi di Alice, Collezione, Le signore della canzone, Made in Italy, Studio Born: 26 September (age 65), Forlì, Forlì .
  5. May 30,  · Canzone presentata al Festival di Sanremo del da Tonina Torrielli, questo è il Filmato originale del Festival.
  6. Tonina met grammy award winning producer, songwriter, and guitarist, Javier Limon in Valencia, Spain where she studied abroad in Javier produced her debut album "Black Angels" which will be released in Spring
  7. Tonina Torrielli, Actress: San Remo canta. Tonina Torrielli was born on March 22, in Serravalle Scrivia, Piedmont, Italy as Antonietta Torrielli. She is an actress, known for San Remo canta (), Destinazione Sanremo () and The Eurovision Song Contest ().Occupation: Actress, Soundtrack.
  8. Tonina Torrielli, is an Italian singer. In , Torrielli represented Italy in the first Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Amami se vuoi", it is unknow.
  9. "Amami se vuoi" ("Love me if you want to") was the second Italian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest (the rules at the time allowing two entries per country), performed in Italian by Tonina Torrielli. The song is in the chanson style popular in the early years of the Contest, and features Torrielli telling her would-be lover that she cannot promise him unconditional devotion as it Artist(s): Tonina Torrielli.

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