Hector Gagliardi - Versos de mi Ciudad download album
- Album: Versos de mi Ciudad
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Born in Naples in 1940, Peppino Gagliardi achieved his first success in 1963 with "T'amo e t'amerò" ("I love you and will love you").
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Subsequently they published Versos de mi ciudad, Por las calles del recuerdo, with foreword by Homero Manzi, Esquina de barrio, with preface by Cátulo Castillo, and later El sentir de Buenos Aires. In total, with them all, a million and a half copies. But success didn't spoil me, to such an extent that only in 1944, when with a great picture of mine at the door I began to work at El Tronío.
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Peppino Gagliardi (born May 25, 1940) is an Italian singer. Gagliardi was born in Naples. His first hit in Italy came in 1963 with "T'amo e t'amerò". In 1970, he had another big hit with the song, Settembre, and more hits followed in the early 1970s. He achieved two second placings at the Sanremo Music Festival: in 1972 with "Come le viole" and in 1972 with "Come un ragazzino". His music declined in popularity in the 1980s and 1990s. His last entry at the Sanremo Music Festival was "L'alba" in 1993.
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