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Zucchero - Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 album flac

  • Performer: Zucchero
  • Title: Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004
  • Size FLAC ver: 1160 mb
  • Country: Europe
  • Date of release: 2004
  • Other formats: VOC WMA DMF AU APE XM MPC
  • Genre: Rock / Blues / Pop
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
Zucchero - Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 album flac

Tracklist

Dune Moss
Dindondio
Rossa Mela Della Sera
Il Grande Baboomba
Like The Sun-From Out Of Nowhere
Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime
I'm In Trouble
Baila Morena
Ali D'Oro
Senza Una Donna
Pure Love
Diavola In Me
Il Volo
Cost' Celeste
Madre Dolcissima
Il Mare Impetuoso Al Tramonto Salì Sulla Luna E Dietro Una Tendina Di ...
Hey Man
A Wonderful World
Miserere
Solo Una Sana E Consapevole Libidine Salva Il Giovane Dallo Stress ...
Shake
Diamante
X Colpa Di Chi ?
Hai Scelto Me

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9868374 Zucchero Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 ‎(DVD-V, PAL) Universal Music Italia 9868374 Europe 2004
0249868375 Zucchero Live At The Royal Albert Hall London ‎(DVD) Universal Music 0249868375 2004
9834485 Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari* ZU & Co. Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 ‎(DVD-V, PAL, Reg) Universal, Polydor 9834485 Europe 2004
9868374 Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari* ZU & Co. Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 ‎(DVD-V, PAL, Reg) Universal, Polydor 9868374 Europe 2004
0602517237605 Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari* Zu & Co. - Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 ‎(DVD-V, PAL) Polydor 0602517237605 Europe 2004
1723706 Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari* Zu & Co. Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 ‎(DVD-V, Album, PAL) Universal Music, Universal Music Marketing Estratégico 1723706 Argentina 2004
9868374 Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari* ZU & Co. Live At The Royal Albert Hall London 6th May 2004 ‎(DVD-V, Unofficial, PAL) Polydor , Universal Music Italia 9868374 Russia Unknown




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All the various international versions of the 'Zu & Co' album omitted this song. The video appeared again in 2005 with a wider release on the ‘Zu and Co Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ DVD.

The Royal Albert Hall, London, England. Live at the Royal Albert Hall London: 6th May 2004.

Zu & Co live at the Royal Albert Hall. Zu & Co. Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a live DVD recording by Italian blues rock singer-songwriter Zucchero Fornaciari. With the exception of "Indaco Dagli occhi Del Cielo" (a cover of the Korgis song "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime") and "Il Grande Baboomba", all songs have previously been recorded and released by Zucchero.

In this performance captured live at the Royal Albert Music Hall, Italian pop sensation Zucchero is joined on stage by a variety of special guests including Brian May, Eric Clapton, and Luciano Pavarotti for a memorable evening of music that includes such songs as "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime", "Pure Love", "I'm in Trouble", and "Miserere". He tested the waters with the 2006 mixtape Psychanalyse Avant l'Album. The record's positive reception and enthusiastic label support convinced the artist that the time was right for his debut studio album. Puisqu'il Faut Vivre was released in March 2007, immediately landing on Billboard's European Top 100. Added to My Q.

Genuine paperboard from its exit (Signal 15 of the sales albums since 3 months, already gold disc, in particular thanks to the resumption of Korgis ' Everybody' S Got To Learn Sometime'), the opus was launched in large pumps in sublime Royal Albert Hall of London. Après l’immense succès du Best Of sorti.

The first time I played was with Eric Clapton in 1990 when he bought me over to be his special guest during his residency and now I’m here doing my fifth show on my own. It is one of my favourite venues to perform at in Europe. Went to heroSugar Black Cat concert at lAlbertHall. Absolutely phenomenal performance by the Italian singer and his band! Amazing! pi. witter. Over three blistering hours of music, Zucchero took the sold-out audiences through his back-catalogue of hits. From his first major hit Senza una donna, to music from his twelfth studio album Black Cat, as part of the Black Cat World Tour. View image on Twitter.

The gravel voiced Italian singing sensation and his entourage performed at London's Royal Albert Hall on May 4, 2004. The concert is captured on this disc for his many fans around the world. Runtime 2h 40m. Budget -. Revenue

Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a three-CD live album set by The Who, released in 2003. Discs one and two were recorded on 27 November 2000 and consist of John Entwistle, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Zak Starkey, and John "Rabbit" Bundrick performing a concert at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust along with several guests. Disc three features four songs from The Who's last concert with John Entwistle, from 8 February 2002.

Comments (4)

showtime
Some guests and tunes on this concert are so amazing ......
Nalmetus
Bonus:ZUCCHEROwith Miles Davis - Dune Mosse (1987) &with Stevie Ray Vaughan - Mama [MADRE DOLCISSIMA (Memphis, 19.03.1989)]
caif
* Mama Mia! A 14-year mystery has finally been solved. In 1990 the first SRV guitar transcription and tablature book was published (Lightnin' Blues 1983-1987). At the end of the book a discography listed Stevie appearing on a single by Adelmo Fonaciari (sic) titled "Madre Dolcissima" on the Polygram label in Italy in 1989. That set off years of research trying to obtain a copy of this SRV guest appearance. I discovered that the artist's name was misspelled (Fornaciari is correct) and that he went by the nickname "Sugar" ("Zucchero" in Italian). (Click here for photo of Zucchero and SRV) I was able to find a CD with "Madre Dolcissima" but there was no credit for SRV and I could not detect his guitar work in the music. Neither Zucchero's management or fan club was able to shed any light on the mystery, and after five years of searching, I concluded that the discography was erroneous, probably mistaking Clapton who does appear as a guest on the CD. In August 2004, a fan named Luciana Rzegocki emailed me about a Zucchero website purporting to show Stevie in a video clip with Zucchero, but the web clip was very grainy and I wasn't convinced it was Stevie. (See it at http://www.zucchero.it/ZUandCOmpany/ and click on Limited CD+DVD) Within a couple of days, new research revealed that Stevie had in fact recorded with Zucchero, but the version with Stevie's solo had never been released. Further confusing things, the original song "Madre Dolcissima" (sung in Italian) had now become "Mama" sung primarily in English. The song was released 17 May 2004 on "Zu and Co.," a collection of Zucchero's songs on which special guests appear (Sting, Miles Davis, Jeff Beck, John Lee Hooker, Sheryl Crow, Clapton, BB King, etc.). With help from Luciana, I discovered that "Mama" with SRV appears only on the bonus DVD (with brief glimpses of Stevie in the video) on the Italian limited edition version, and on a CD single; the German, British and all other versions are just the CD which does not have "Mama." The internet was full of places selling the CD-only version, but the CD+DVD version was released only in Italy (I'm guessing for copyright reasons). The only website I could find selling the Italian version was in Switzerland, but I couldn't read the German, French or Italian languages of the website. I emailed my friend Dieter in Switzerland and he ordered it for me. Sure enough, this is a different version from the 1989 release, and Stevie is in fact in the video and does a guitar solo near the end of the song. After five years listing this as "unconfirmed" and almost ten more years assuming it was an error, this track can now be added back to my SRV discography. Update: the video with Stevie now also appears on a Zuccero DVD "Live at The Royal Albert Hall" in the UK. I'm not sure if it's being sold in the US. Update: Italy released a new 3-disc version of Zu & Co on November 11. 2005. I haven't seen details yet of how much SRV content is there.http://www.stevieray.com/news1.htm
Whilingudw
Everybody's got to learn sometime - Zucchero (CDS, Holland)Zu & Co - Zucchero (CD+DVD, Italy) ‘Mama’Recorded in 1989 but not released at that time. Reworked in 2004 and released as a nonalbumtrack on the ‘Everybody’s got to learn sometime’ CD single. All the variousinternational versions of the 'Zu & Co' album omitted this song. There was also a limitededition CD released in Italy with bonus DVD which included a (slightly shortened) video ofthis song, featuring SRV in the studio. The video appeared again in 2005 with a wider releaseon the ‘Zu and Co Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ DVD. In 2006 a 2CD+DVD set of this albumwas released which was essentially the Italian version of the album bundled with the Zu & Coconcert DVD (without the SRV video), and including a bonus CD of the various internationalversions and non-album tracks (including the SRV song).

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