Adriano Celentano

Adriano Celentano

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Adriano Celentano
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Adriano Celentano is Italian singer, songwriter, actor, director and showman, born 6 January 1938 in Milan, Italy.
He is married to Claudia Mori and he is father of Rosalinda Celentano, Rosita Celentano and Giacomo Celentano. Celentano has been a creator of a comic genre in the movies, with his characteristic walking and his facial expressions. Lately, Celentano has often been working as a host for several Italian television shows.
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Adriano Celentano Discography

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Adriano Celentano Con Giulio Libano E La Sua Orchestra* Adriano Celentano Con Giulio Libano E La Sua Orchestra* - Il Tuo Bacio E' Come Un Rock (Album) Jolly Hi-Fi Records Italy 1960 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Furore (Album) Jolly Hi-Fi Records Italy 1961 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Peppermint Twist (Album) Jolly Hi-Fi Records Italy 1962 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano A New Orleans Jolly Hi-Fi Records Italy 1963 Sell This Version
ACC. 40000 Adriano Celentano Uno Strano Tipo(LP) Clan Celentano ACC. 40000 Italy 1963 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Non Mi Dir (Album) Clan Celentano Italy 1965 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Il Ragazzo Della Via Gluck (Album) Clan Celentano Italy 1966 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Adriano Rock (Album) Clan Celentano, Clan Celentano Italy 1968 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Azzurro (Album) Clan Celentano, Clan Celentano Italy 1968 Sell This Version
Adriano* Le Robe Che Ha Detto Adriano (Album) Clan Celentano Italy 1969 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Il Forestiero (Album) Clan Celentano Italy 1970 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Er Piu' (Storia D'Amore E Di Coltello) (Album) Clan Celentano Italy 1971 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano I Mali Del Secolo (Album) Clan Celentano Italy 1972 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Nostalrock (Album) Clan Celentano Germany 1973 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Yuppi Du (Album) Clan Celentano Spain 1975 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Svalutation (Album) Clan Celentano Italy 1976 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Disco Dance (Album) Clan Celentano, Clan Celentano Italy 1977 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Tecadisk (Album) Clan Celentano Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Ti Avrò (Album) Clan Celentano Portugal 1978 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Geppo Il Folle (Album) Clan Celentano, Clan Celentano Germany 1978 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Me, Live! (Album) Clan Celentano France 1977 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Soli (Album) Clan Celentano Spain 1979 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Un Po' Artista Un Po' No (Album) Clan Celentano Turkey 1980 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Deus (Album) Clan Celentano Germany 1981 Sell This Version
Adriano Celentano Uh…Uh… (Album) Clan Celentano Turkey 1982 Sell This Version

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sonjaamado1

July 15, 2015
Adriano Vincent Celentano was born in Milan at house number 14 in the street Via Gluck (on later wrote a poem about his native streets "Il Ragazzo della via Gluck", who was a popular during the '70s). His father, Vincent Celentano was originally from Foggia, a city in the southern Italian province of Puglia, from where they moved to the north for work and a better life.

Vincent Celentano was fascinated with Elvis Presley and in the early 1950s, after he was called the Italian Elvis, and even shook his hips and danced like Elvis. After that, in his early stages, Vincent was known as the hula hoop dancer. His career has lasted 40 years and in Italy is one of the most enduring singing stars. Adriano Vincent Celentano sold more than a million records, appeared in countless TV shows and many movies.

He recorded 40 albums, 29 of which are studio albums, a compilation of 8 and 3 live albums. The most popular song that was performed was probably Azzurro published in 1968, which was later covered by many other musicians. This song was a sort of a tribute to his father Vincent Celentano. Other famous songs are Salts, Il Tempo Se Ne Va Per AVERT, etc. Confess. His song Ventiquattromila was performed in the famous film "Do You Remember Dolly Bell" of the film director Emir Kusturica.

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