Matia Bazar

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Matia Bazar

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Matia Bazar is an Italian pop band formed in Genoa in 1975. The original members of the group were Piero Cassano (keyboards), Aldo Stellita (bass), Carlo Marrale (guitar), Giancarlo Golzi (drums) and Antonella Ruggiero (vocals). They represented Italy in the 1979 Eurovision Song Contest with a song called Raggio di luna. Piero Cassano left the band on May 2017 [1]

Their major hits were Solo tu (1978), Vacanze Romane (1982) and Ti Sento (1985), which peaked the charts in Belgium and Italy.

Current Lineup

  • Fabio Perversi - keyboards, violin, backing vocals (1999–present)

Past members

  • Piero Cassano - vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards (1975-1981, 1999-2017)
  • Giancarlo Golzi - drums (1975-2015)
  • Aldo Stellita - bass guitar (1975-1998)
  • Carlo Marrale - guitar, vocals (1975-1994)
  • Antonella Ruggiero - vocals (1975-1989)
  • Mauro Sabbione - keyboards (1981-1984)
  • Sergio Cossu - keyboards (1984-1998)
  • Laura Valente - vocals (1990-1998)
  • Silvia Mezzanotte - vocals (1999-2004, 2010-2016)
  • Roberta Faccani - vocals (2005-2010)

Discography

  • Matia Bazar 1 - 1976
  • Gran Bazar - 1977
  • Semplicitá - 1978
  • Tournée - 1979
  • Il tempo del sole - 1980
  • Berlino Parigi Londra - 1981
  • Tango - 1983
  • Aristocratica -1984
  • Melanchólia - 1985
  • Meló - 1987
  • Red Corner - 1989
  • Anime pigre - 1991
  • Dove le Canzoni si avverano - 1993
  • Radiomatia - 1995
  • Benvenuti a Sausalito - 1997
  • Brivido caldo - 2000
  • Dolce canto – 2001
  • Profili svelati - 2005
  • One1 Two2 Three3 Four4 (Volume 1) - 2007
  • One1 Two2 Three3 Four4 (Volume 2) - 2008
  • Conseguenza Logica - 2011

Greatest Hits Albums

  • L'oro dei Matia Bazar - 1977
  • Matia Bazar - Best - 1988
  • Tutto il mondo dei Matia Bazar - 1992
  • Gold - 1992
  • Tutto il meglio dei Matia Bazar - 1996
  • Messaggi dal vivo – 2002

References

  1. ^ Repubblica.it. "Matia Bazar, Piero Cassano lascia: la band perde anche il co-fondatore". 2017 Repubblica. Retrieved 1 June 2017. 

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