Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra

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Roberto Murolo
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Son of Ernesto Murolo
Roberto Murolo was a musical institution, both in his home of Napoles and all of Italy, during the middle and second half of the 20th century. The son of poet Ernesto Murolo and the former Lia Cavalli, he was born in 1912 and showed a strong interest in music from an early age, especially singing and playing the guitar, at which he became extremely proficient. He spent his early professional years as a member of a quartet, with which he performed away from Italy from 1939 through 1946. His solo career -- focused almost exclusively on Neopolitan song, traditional and popular alike, began with his return to Italy in 1946. In addition to establishing himself as a concert artist and a popular figure on radio, with his romantic, sentimental sound, he also did some acting in movies, appearing in the 1953 crime drama The Counterfeiters, made in Italy by director Franco Rossi. Murolo became virtually a cultural ambassador from Naples to the world, and it was because of his recordings and performances that Neopolitan song was spread across five other continents.
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Roberto Murolo Discography Tracks

Albums

msAl 566 Roberto Murolo - Vecchia Napoli - Raccolta Di Canzoni Popolari Napoletani Anteriori Al 1900 Vol. II. album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* Vecchia Napoli - Raccolta Di Canzoni Popolari Napoletani Anteriori Al 1900 Vol. II.(10", Album, Mono) Durium msAl 566 Italy 1957 Sell This Version
msAl 555 Roberto Murolo - Vecchia Napoli (Raccolta Di Canzoni Popolari Napoletane Anteriori Al 1900) album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* Vecchia Napoli (Raccolta Di Canzoni Popolari Napoletane Anteriori Al 1900)(10", Album, Mono) Durium msAl 555 Italy 1957 Sell This Version
AN 30-60 Roberto Murolo - La Selezione Di Successi album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* La Selezione Di Successi(10") Arton Records AN 30-60 Israel Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Roberto Murolo - Anema E Core / Chi Sà ? album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* Anema E Core / Chi Sà ? Durium Italy 1951 Sell This Version
ep AI 3037 Roberto Murolo - Guaglione album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* Guaglione(7", EP) Durium ep AI 3037 Italy 1956 Sell This Version
EP AI 3056 Roberto Murolo - V. Festival Della Canzone Napoletana album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* V. Festival Della Canzone Napoletana(7", EP) Durium EP AI 3056 Italy 1957 Sell This Version
Roberto Murolo - 'O Ciucciariello / Anema E Core album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* 'O Ciucciariello / Anema E Core (Single) Durium Italy 1958 Sell This Version
Ld Al 6297 Roberto Murolo - Scapricciatiello / Sophia album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* Scapricciatiello / Sophia(7") Durium Ld Al 6297 Italy 1958 Sell This Version
Ld Al 6295 Roberto Murolo - Desiderio 'E Sole / Sciummo album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* Desiderio 'E Sole / Sciummo(7") Durium Ld Al 6295 Italy 1958 Sell This Version
Ld Al 6414 Roberto Murolo - 'O Vascio / Voglio Sunnà Pusilleco album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* 'O Vascio / Voglio Sunnà Pusilleco(7") Durium Ld Al 6414 Italy 1958 Sell This Version
ep AI 3172 Roberto Murolo - 7° Festival Della Canzone Napoletana - 1959 album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* 7° Festival Della Canzone Napoletana - 1959(7", EP) Durium ep AI 3172 Italy 1959 Sell This Version
LD AI 7423 Roberto Murolo - Surriento D' 'E Nnammurate / Desiderio album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* Surriento D' 'E Nnammurate / Desiderio(7") Durium LD AI 7423 Italy 1964 Sell This Version
Cal 33 Roberto Murolo - La Canzone Italiana - N° 33 album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* La Canzone Italiana - N° 33(7", EP) Fratelli Fabbri Editori Cal 33 Italy 1970 Sell This Version
AI 9804 Roberto Murolo - 'O Ciucciariello / Trascuratè album art Roberto Murolo E La Sua Chitarra* 'O Ciucciariello / Trascuratè(Shellac, 10") Durium AI 9804 Italy Unknown Sell This Version

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