The best Italian songs of Summer 2010
1) UN COLPO ALL’ANIMA - Luciano Ligabue
Called Ligabue or Liga from his fans, the popular rock singer-songwriter is also a writer and a film director.
2) MONDO – Cesare Cremonini
He has become popular with a song dedicated to his Vespa, 50 special. Mondo is sung along with Jovanotti (Lorenzo Cherubini), popular for his social engagement characterising his songs
3) SE FOSSE PER SEMPRE – Biagio Antonacci
Biagio is one of the most representative Italian pop singer-songwriters. His music is often defined as being the right mix between romance and modernity.
4) DONNA D’ONNA – Laura Pausini, Gianna Nannini, Fiorella Mannoia, Giorgia and Elisa
Written by Gianna Nannini and Isabella Santacroce for the concert “Amiche per l’Abruzzo” (Friends for Abruzzo), a festival dedicated to raising funds for victims of the earthquake that struck Abruzzo region in 2009.
5) VITA – Gigi DAlessio
He is one of the most appreciated Neapolitan singer-songwriters. Semplicemente sei, the album which contains Vita, is the 18th album of his career.
6) FACCIA COME IL CUORE – Due di Picche
Due di Picche is a new duo composed by two independent singers, J-Ax and Neffa. The unusual duo has received some criticism but is has also been highly appreciated.
7) SOLE NERO – Litfiba
After 10 years, the Italian rock band Litfiba back together with the song Sole Nero, characterized by the 90s rock typical of the band.
8) ALLE PORTE DEL SOGNO – Irene Grandi
The singer is very appreciated for her energy and vitality. This new song represents a new phase of her musical career.
9) SENZA NUVOLE – Alessandra Amoroso
She has become popular for having participated and won the talent show “Amici”. She confirmed then her talent with her first Album “Senza Nuvole”.
10) HO FATTO UN SOGNO – Vasco Rossi
Vasco Rossi is one of the most popular Italian singers, often challenged for its dissolute life. He has written some of the most beautiful Italian songs.
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