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Peppino Gagliardi

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Che vuole questa musica stasera Peppino Gagliardi 03:33
Gocce di mare Peppino Gagliardi 03:30
Come le viole Peppino Gagliardi 03:26
Non Andare Col Tamburo/Fatti Mandare Dalla Mamma/Amore Fermati/T'Amo e T'Amerò/Ritornerai/Eri Un'Abitudine/Che Cosa C'è/Roberta/Ho Remo Germani, Gianni Morandi, Fred Bongusto, Peppino Gagliardi 44:53
Accanto a chi Peppino Gagliardi 03:33
Sempre sempre Peppino Gagliardi 03:48
Accanto a chi Peppino Gagliardi 03:25
Ascolta mio Dio Peppino Gagliardi 02:18
Che vuole questa musica stasera Peppino Gagliardi 03:57
Innamorarmi di te Peppino Gagliardi 02:52

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Born in Naples, Italy on Mays 25, 1940, Peppino Gagliardi is an Italian pop/traditional/easy listening vocalist. He made his recorded debut with the 1962 single “T’Amo e T’Amerò”, which became a chart hit in his homeland. He continued to release a series of singles over the next three years but didn’t release his self-titled debut album until 1965. Many of his late ‘60s singles were memorable hits, including the 1967 release, “Che Vuole Questa Musica Stasera”, which would later be used on the soundtracks to Scent of a Woman, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and The Ruthless. In 1970, he once again charted with the single “Settembre”, which reinvigorated his career in Italy. Two of his songs – “Come le viole” and “Come un ragazzino” – came in second place at the Sanremo Music Festival in 1972 and ’73. Over the years, other styles of music became more popular and Gagliardi’s record sales began to drop through the 1980s and into the 1990s. 1993’s “Lialba” was his last entry at the Sanremo Music Festival.