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POOH DISCOGRAFIA COMPLETA[3 Di 3] (90-03)


POOH DISCOGRAFIA COMPLETA[3 di 3] (90-03)




POOH is an Italian pop-rock band that was formed in 1966 and has sold over 100 million records worldwide. The band is known for its catchy melodies, harmonies, and lyrics that often deal with themes such as love, friendship, and social issues. POOH has released 34 studio albums, 9 live albums, and numerous compilations and singles. In this article, we will review the last part of their discography, covering the period from 1990 to 2003.


Uomini soli (1990)




Uomini soli (Lonely Men) is the 20th studio album by POOH and the first one to feature Stefano D'Orazio as the lead singer on some tracks. The album was a huge success, selling over a million copies in Italy and winning the Sanremo Music Festival in 1990 with the title track. The album also contains other hits such as "Dammi solo un minuto" (Give Me Just a Minute), "Nel buio" (In the Dark), and "Se nasco un'altra volta" (If I'm Born Again).


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Il cielo è blu sopra le nuvole (1992)




Il cielo è blu sopra le nuvole (The Sky Is Blue Above the Clouds) is the 21st studio album by POOH and the last one to feature Riccardo Fogli as a member. The album was recorded in Los Angeles and London and features a more modern and international sound than the previous ones. The album includes songs such as "50 primavere" (50 Springs), "La mia faccia" (My Face), and "Chi fermerà la musica" (Who Will Stop the Music), which was dedicated to Freddie Mercury, who died in 1991.


Musicadentro (1994)




Musicadentro (Music Inside) is the 22nd studio album by POOH and the first one to feature only three members: Roby Facchinetti, Dodi Battaglia, and Stefano D'Orazio. The album was recorded in Milan and London and features guest appearances by Phil Palmer, Pino Palladino, and Luis Jardim. The album contains songs such as "Amici per sempre" (Friends Forever), "Non lasciarmi mai più" (Never Leave Me Again), and "Cercando di te" (Searching for You).


Amici per sempre (1996)




Amici per sempre (Friends Forever) is the first live album by POOH as a trio and the second one overall. The album was recorded during their tour of the same name in 1995-1996 and features songs from their entire career, as well as some covers and medleys. The album also includes a new studio track, "La donna del mio amico" (My Friend's Woman), which was a hit single in Italy.


The Best of Pooh (1997)




The Best of Pooh is a compilation album by POOH that celebrates their 30th anniversary as a band. The album contains 30 tracks, one for each year of their career, selected by the band members themselves. The album also includes two new songs, "Stai con me" (Stay with Me) and "Un grande amore" (A Great Love), which were released as singles.


Un posto felice (1999)




Un posto felice (A Happy Place) is the 23rd studio album by POOH and the first one to be produced by Roby Facchinetti himself. The album was recorded in Milan, London, Los Angeles, and Nashville and features collaborations with artists such as Michael Thompson, Steve Ferrone, Nathan East, and David Foster. The album contains songs such as "Un posto felice" (A Happy Place), "Vorrei che fosse già domani" (I Wish It Was Already Tomorrow), and "C'è bisogno di un piccolo aiuto" (There Is Need of a Little Help).


Centocinquanta storie (2001)




Centocinquanta storie (One Hundred and Fifty Stories) is the 24th studio album by POOH and the second one to be produced by Roby Facchinetti. The album was recorded in Milan, London, Los Angeles, and Nashville and features collaborations with artists such as Michael Landau, Vinnie Colaiuta, Leland Sklar, and Humberto Gatica. The album contains songs such as "La grande festa" (The Big Party), "L'ultima notte di caccia" (The Last Night of Hunting), and "Le canzoni di domani" (The Songs of Tomorrow).


Best of the Best (2001)




Best of the Best is a compilation album by POOH that contains 18 of their most successful songs, remastered and remixed by Humberto Gatica. The album also includes a new song, "Destini" (Destinies), which was released as a single.


Pinocchio (2002)




Pinocchio is the 25th studio album by POOH and the first one to be based on a musical. The album is the soundtrack of the musical Pinocchio, written by Pooh and directed by Saverio Marconi, which premiered in Rome in 2002. The album features songs such as "Pinocchio", "Il paese dei balocchi" (The Land of Toys), and "La fata turchina" (The Blue Fairy).


Ascolta (2003)




Ascolta (Listen) is the 26th studio album by POOH and the last one to feature Stefano D'Orazio as a member. The album was recorded in Milan, London, Los Angeles, and Nashville and features collaborations with artists such as Michael Thompson, Steve Ferrone, Nathan East, and David Foster. The album contains songs such as "Ascolta" (Listen), "Non siamo in pericolo" (We Are Not in Danger), and "L'altra donna" (The Other Woman).


References





  • : [POOH - Biografia]



  • : [POOH - Discografia]



  • : [POOH DISCOGRAFIA COMPLETA 3 Di 3 '90 '03 - SoundCloud]



  • : [POOH - Il cielo è blu sopra le nuvole]



  • : [POOH - Amici per sempre]



  • : [POOH - The Best of Pooh]



  • : [POOH - Best of the Best]




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