Italian singer Giorgio Gaber began playing guitar at age 15 to avoid paralysis, a recommendation created by a health care provider that finally converted into his passion for music. After learning economy and business, Gaber made a decision to start a performing career. After carrying out at Milan’s Santa Tecla, Gaber quickly got an archive offer and released a four-track EP offering “Cia Ti Diro.” In 1961, Giorgio Gaber produced his debut at San Remo’s event with a track known as “Benzina E Cerini.” He released his first recording, known as Il Signor G, in 1970. That record was predicated on a musical effectively performed during 1970 and 1971, accompanied by I Borghesi and Dialogo Tra El Impegnato E El Non So, documented go on November 6, 7, and 8, 1972. Owner of the deep tone of voice, Giorgio Gaber utilized to mix monologue and music as a specific way expressing himself.