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Carlo Marrale

Most widely known for his function in Matia Bazar, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Carlo Marrale was created in Genova in 1952. In 1973, alongside guitarist Piero Cassano and bassist Aldo Stellita, he produced the group Plane, who, after an unsuccessful attempt at that year’s Sanremo Celebration, decided to link up with vocalist Antonella Ruggiero and drummer Giancarlo Golzi as Matia Bazar. After sticking to the band within a two-decade work that included many lineup changes as well as the discharge of songs which have become near-classics in the Italian pop repertoire (“Single Tu,” “Vacanze Romane,” and “Ti Sento,” the last mentioned which was included in Irene Cara as “YOU WILL NEED Me” in 1996), Marrale still left Matia Bazar to be able to pursue his very own solo profession. In 1994 he released his debut, Tra le Dita la Vita, but spent another decade roughly composing for others, and it wasn’t until 2007 that his full-length follow-up, Melody Machine — including new preparations of “Vacanze Romane” and “Ti Sento” aswell as “L’Acensore” from Tra le Dita la Vita — arrived.

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