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Fabrizio De Andre' - Volume 1° download album

  • Performer: Fabrizio De Andre'
  • Album: Volume 1°
  • FLAC: 1422 mb | MP3: 1565 mb
  • Released: 1967
  • Country: Italy
  • Style: Folk Rock, Ballad
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Fabrizio De Andre' - Volume 1° download album

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Volume 1 (Vol. 1°) is the second studio release by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André and his first true studio album. It was first issued in 1967 on Bluebell Records. When the album was reissued in 1971 under the newly-born Produttori Associati label, the song, whose music is taken from the second movement Adagio of Joaquín Rodrigo's 1939 Concierto de Aranjuez, was taken out of the album under request of Rodrigo himself, who did not approve the use of De André's lyrics with his music.

Volume 1° ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Gat). Volume 1 ‎(LP, Album, RE). Ricordi.

In concerto volume II (2001). Fabrizio De André e PFM in concerto (2007). Tutto Fabrizio De André (1966). La canzone di Marinella (1968). Nuvole barocche (1968) Fabrizio De André (Black Anthology) (1976). Fabrizio De André (Blue Anthology) (1986). De André canta De André.

Volume 3 (Fabrizio De André album). Volume 3 (Vol. 3°) is the third album released by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André. It was first issued in 1968 on Bluebell Records and is De André's last studio release on Bluebell. Of the songs contained in the album, only four were previously unreleased; the other ones are re-recordings of Karim period songs. All tracks written by Fabrizio De André, except where noted.

Volume I è il primo album di Fabrizio De André, pubblicato nel 1967 dalla Bluebell Records. Considerando la raccolta Tutto Fabrizio De André, Volume I è il suo secondo album. Producers Andrea Malcotti & Gian Piero Reverberi. Writers Enzo Jannacci, Fabrizio De André, Georges Brassens & 4 more. Lyrics By Fabrizio De André. Music by Enzo Jannacci, Fabrizio De André, Gian Piero Reverberi & 1 more.

Volume 8 is an album released by Italian singer/songwriter Fabrizio De André. It was first issued in 1975 on Ricordi and then re-released by BMG. According to statements by De André within his posthumous autobiography "Una goccia di splendore", released in 2011, his collaboration with Francesco De Gregori, which gave birth to four of the eight songs on the album, originated when De André saw his colleague live on stage in Rome and was very impressed

Album by Fabrizio De André. Carlo Martello Ritorna Dalla Battaglia Di Poitiers.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Preghiera In Gennaio
A2 Marcia Nuziale
Written-By – Brassens*
A3 Spiritual
A4 Si Chiamava Gesù
A5 La Canzone Di Barbara
B1 Via Del Campo
Transcription By – Dario Fo'*
B2 Caro Amore
B3 Bocca Di Rosa
B4 La Morte
Music By – Brassens*
B5 Carlo Martello Ritorna Dalla Battaglia Di Poitiers
Written-By – Villaggio*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Grafiche Dotti
  • Copyright (c) – Belldisc Italiana S.p.A.


  • Liner Notes – Cesare G. Romana
  • Written-By – F. De Andre'*


Full laminated sleeve.
On the inner credits the title of the song on A5 "La Canzone di Barbara" has been written "Barbara".
The lyrics on the inner sleeve of the song "Carlo Martello Ritorna dalla Guerra di Poitier" were omitted, not authorizing from the publisher.
On spine a misprint: (black lettering on a blue field): Belldisc Italiana spa BB PL 39 volume 1 stereo.

"Bocca Di Rosa" is the second version, with the lyrics: «Alla stazione del paesino di Sant'Ilario» and «Spesso gli sbirri e i carabinieri al proprio dovere vengono meno / ma non quando sono in alta uniforme e l'accompagnarono al primo treno» but in the inner sleeve the printed lyrics are the same of the mono version Fabrizio De André - Volume 1°

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (On both labels, Printed): SEDRIM
  • Other (On both labels, Printed): Ed. Mus. Telstar
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side A, Etched): BB - LP - 39 - S - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side B, Etched): BB - LP - 39 - S - B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BBLP 39 Fabrizio De André Volume 1° ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Gat) Bluebell Record BBLP 39 Italy 1967
8001 Fabrizio De André Vol. 1 ‎(LP, Album) Sony Music 8001 Italy 2018
BB LP 39, BB/LPS 39 Fabrizio De Andre'* Volume 1° ‎(LP, Album, RE) Bluebell Record, Bluebell Record BB LP 39, BB/LPS 39 Italy 1970
RIK 76493 Fabrizio De Andre'* Volume 1 ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Ricordi RIK 76493 Italy 1995
ORL 8898 Fabrizio De André Volume 1 ‎(LP, Album, RE) Ricordi ORL 8898 Italy 1983

i have a version that has not the stamp SIAE, but has written SIAE and not SEDRIM.. i can't find another one like this on the net..
https://www.discogs.com/it/Fabrizio-De-Andre-Volume-1/release/8803827Do you mean this? With Siae on the label instead of Sedrim
Hi. I have the same version of your lp. There is written S.I.A.E. instead of SEDRIM. Have you found some explanation?
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