Charismatic and captivating, Patty Pravo has flushed through 40 years of Italian pop music, varying her image — initial beat queenie, after that elegant and provoking chanteuse — but never diminishing an exclusive personality. Blessed in Venice 9 Apr, 1948, Nicoletta Strambelli was bred within an incredibly intellectual environment, she acquired the opportunity — the acquaitances of her family members like the poet Ezra Pound and cardinal Angelo Roncalli, the near future Pope John XXIII. At age 17 she escaped to Rome, where she shortly became a dancer within the well-known Piper Membership. Its owner, Alberigo Crocetta, presented her to RCA, who in 1967 released her initial one, “Ragazzo Triste”. The melody became instantly a huge achievement, and Nicoletta, who today presented herself using the nom de plume Patty Pravo, instantly became the womanly symbol from the Italian defeat scene, because of her particular tone of voice and, a lot more, due to her androgynous attraction. A status verified in 1968 by another one, “La Bambola”, perhaps one of the most effective songs from the 10 years. Patty Pravo premiered within the same yr, adopted in 1969 by Concerto per Patty as well as the Lucio Battisti-penned solitary “Il Paradiso”. In 1970 Pravo debuted in the Sanremo Music Event dueting with Small Tony on “La Spada nel Cuore”. Although her recognition didn’t appear to be reducing, Pravo soon began to experience stuck by her personal personality of “la ragazza del Piper” (the lady through the Piper Golf club), and made a decision to tread on fresh pathways. After 1970’s Patty Pravo and 1971’s Bravo Pravo, she began releasing even more rich and complicated albums such as for example 1971’s Di Vero in Fondo and Per Aver Visto el Uomo Piangere e Soffrire Dio Si Trasformò in Musica e Poesia and 1972’s Sì… Incoerenza. A incomplete return to even more accessible arrangements result in among her most effective singles, 1973’s “Pazza Idea, contained in the recording of the same name, accompanied by Mai una Signora (1974) and Incontro (1975). 1976’s Tanto was documented by using Greek composer Vangelis. In 1978 Ivano Fossati had written for Pravo the questionable solitary “Pensiero Stupendo” (in regards to a threesome), that was excluded through the tracklist of Miss Italia. With 1979’s Munich Recording Pravo entered probably the most challenging amount of her profession, with the mass media becoming much less and less thinking about her information, as showed by the indegent product sales of Cerchi (1982), Occulte Persuasioni (1984, re-released in 1987 using the name Per una Bambola) and Oltre l’Eden (1989). Following a short detention for hashish ownership in 1992, Pravo came back in 1994 using the lush Ideogrammi, documented in Peking. After that, in 1997, she came back towards the Sanremo Music Celebration with “E Dimmi Che Non Vuoi Morire”, a rock and roll ballad compiled by Vasco Rossi and Stadio’s Gaetano Curreri, afterwards included on the live record Bye Bye Patty (that could end up offering 300,000 copies in Italy just). Notti, Guai e Libert? , including compositions by famous brands Francesco Guccini, Roberto Vecchioni and Franco Battiato premiered in 1998, accompanied by Una Donna da Sognare (2000, made by Vasco Rossi), Radio Place (2002) as well as the even more experimental Nic-Unic (2004). 2007’s Spero Che Ti Piaccia… Pour Toi was a tribute towards the Italo-French vocalist Dalida, within the 20th wedding anniversary of her loss of life.