Samuele Bersani is becoming referred to as among the best possible of Italy’s brand-new variety of songwriters. Having spent period writing for set up performers like Lucio Dalla, Bersani started his solo profession using the 1991 record C’Hanno Preso Tuto, which spawned the main strike “Chicco e Spillo.” Commissions from better-known performers continuing to can be found in, and while acknowledging most of them, Bersani continuing to compose music that he himself would perform. His second record, released four years afterwards, was an enormous achievement, blowing the roofing from all product sales projections. Freak was one of the primary albums of the entire year, and remained in the very best 100 before first a few months of 1996. That season Bersani penned Lucio Dalla’s radio strike “Canzone,” which would offer more than a million copies. A season afterwards, he released a self-titled record that could not really reproduce Freak’s large sales, but earned the Lunezia award for his tune “Giudizi Universali.” Accolades and honours would continue steadily to follow Bersani using the Targa Tenco “Record of the entire year” award for his 2000 live record. Pursuing 2003’s Caramella Smog, Bersani earned international interest with L’Aldiqua’, among Billboard’s Best 100 Western european albums in 2006.