Italian pop singer Paola Turci produced her live debut at San Remo’s Festival in 1986, 2 yrs later on making her initial record, called Ragazza Sola Ragazza Blu. The musician breakthrough emerged in 1989 when her melody “Bambini,” contained in her self-titled record, became an enormous achievement. In 1993 the musician released Ragazze, accompanied by 1995’s Una Sgommata E Via and 1996’s Volo Cosi. That same calendar year, Paola Turci transferred from BMG to WEA, documenting her second smash, a melody known as “Mi Manchi Tu,” predicated on John Waite’s “Lacking You.”
|2||Good friends of Carmen Consoli and Max Gazzè.|
|Il Ritorno del Cigno||2014||TV Movie documentary||Poetress|
|La gatta||1978||TV Mini-Series||Valeria|
|Ferite a morte||2014||TV Movie documentary thanks|
|Amiche per l'Abruzzo||2009||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Festival di Sanremo||1993||TV Series||Herself / Singer|
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