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Amedeo Minghi

Amedeo Minghi
Background information
Born (1947-08-12) 12 August 1947
Origin Rome, Italy
Genres Pop, Italian popular music, Adult Contemporary
Years active 1966–present
Labels Dischi Ricordi, Apollo, CBS, It, Italian RCA, Fonit Cetra, Italian EMI
Notable instruments

Amedeo Minghi (born in Rome, Italy on 12 August 1947) is an Italian singer/songwriter. He has written songs for Andrea Bocelli, Mietta, Mia Martini, Anna Oxa, Marcella Bella, Gianni Morandi and Rossana Casale and composed several sound tracks as for the television film Fantaghirò (aka Cave of the Golden Rose).

  • 2000: Anita
  • 2002: L'altra faccia della luna
  • 2003: L'altra faccia della luna (Edizione sanremese)
  • 2005: Su di me
  • 2005: Sotto L'Ombrellone (con Lino Banfi)
  • 2006: The Platinum collection
  • 2008: 40 anni di me con voi
  • 2009: All'Auditorium. L'ascolteranno gli americani

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