Paolo Conte

Paolo Conte - Amazing Game: Instrumental Music (2016)  Music

Posted by 1rostik at Oct. 23, 2016
Paolo Conte - Amazing Game: Instrumental Music (2016)

Paolo Conte - Amazing Game: Instrumental Music (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 66:32 min | 154 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Decca

Paolo Conte has captivated audiences the world over for the past 4 decades. With his gruff voice and unmistakable style, he tells the tales of his humorous but poignant views of the world through his music. Paolo Contes new release presents the first ever instrumental album by the Italian singer/songwriter. This albums repertoire consists of recordings made at different times (from the 90s to the present day), for sound tracks of theatre productions and for study and experimental purposes.

Paolo Conte - Paolo Conte Live (2016)  Music

Posted by edi1967 at July 3, 2016
Paolo Conte - Paolo Conte Live (2016)

Paolo Conte - Paolo Conte Live (2016)
Mp3 @ 320 Kbps | 125 MB + 5% recovery
1 CD | 13 Tracks | 00:52:42 | Covers: Front
Genre: Pop, Jazz | Label: Universal Music

Fantastica raccolta dei miglio brani di Paolo Conte estratti da indimenticabili concerti Live che l'artista ha fatto in giro per il mondo. Una raccolta da non perdere.

Paolo Conte - Live Arena Di Verona (2006)  

Posted by robi62 at March 29, 2014
Paolo Conte - Live Arena Di Verona (2006)

Paolo Conte - Live Arena Di Verona (2006)
Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 7 706 Kbps, 720 x 576 at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 224 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, DTS 6ch. at 755 Kbps
Genre: Jazz, Pop, Chanson | Label: Warner Music | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 3 April 2006 | Runtime: 100 min. | 7,61 GB (DVD9)
Subtitles: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese

Almost 29 years after his first ever performance in front of 200 people in a former Verona cable railway station turned into a theatre (the Teatro/Laboratorio), Paolo Conte returns to Verona where he made his debut, to perform at the Arena: this time, to a crowd of twelve thousand. This live DVD documents Paolo Conte's concert at the Verona Arena on 26 July 2005 and includes songs selected from a recorded repertoire spanning thirty years: from 'Genova Per Noi', dating back to 1975, to songs from the most recent studio album, 'Elegia', released in 2004.
Avion Travel - Danson Metropoli (Canzoni di Paolo Conte) (2006)

Avion Travel - Danson Metropoli (Canzoni di Paolo Conte) (2006)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image) + CUE + LOG | 427 Mb + 3% recovery
Mp3 @ 320 Kbps | 206 MB + 3% recovery
1CD | 11 Tracks | 00:50:11 | Full scans
Genre: Pop, Jazz, Folk | Label: SUGAR

Danson metropoli - Canzoni di Paolo Conte è il titolo di un album della Piccola Orchestra Avion Travel pubblicato nel 2006. Il disco segna per il gruppo di Caserta - sfoltito nei ranghi - il ritorno sulla scena discografica dopo anni di silenzio. Per questa rentrée gli Avion hanno colto l'occasione di una collaborazione con Paolo Conte, autore del quale..

Paolo Conte - Tutto Conte...Via con me (2 CD) (2008)  

Posted by pgf000 at Dec. 11, 2010
Paolo Conte - Tutto Conte...Via con me (2 CD) (2008)

Paolo Conte - Tutto Conte…Via con me (2 CD) (2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | 770 MB | no scans
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 321 MB
Italian Jazz/Songwriter | 02:20:00

Greatest Hits collection by the famous Italian singer and songwriter. If you never heard about Paolo Conte you have to listen to this disc ;)

Paolo Conte - The Best Of Paolo Conte (1996)  

Posted by thingska at June 26, 2010
Paolo Conte - The Best Of Paolo Conte (1996)

Paolo Conte - The Best Of Paolo Conte (1996)
1CD | EAC-Rip | FLAC-tracks+cue +log +SCANS | 25 Oct 1996 | 438,45 Mb
Genre: Jazz, Pop, Chanson | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Coalition

Paolo Conte - Tournée (1993)  

Posted by mohet2003 at Feb. 2, 2009
Paolo Conte - Tournée (1993)

Paolo Conte - Tournée (1993)
Label: Warner Music 1993 | All Covers | MP3 320 kbps | 155MB
Genre: Jazz/Pop Format: Live

Tournee could be the right album to be introduced in the fascinating world of Paolo Conte. Wonderful swing, soft atmosphere, Paolo Conte's music seems to be without borders. His music could be defined "global" because does not have a nationality: it is a music with no barriers!
Ce premier disque intitulé "Tournée" est vraiment mon Paolo Conte préféré. Les chansons déjà connues bénéficient de nouvelles orchestrations qui leur donnent beaucoup plus de relief et de grâce ; la voix est idéalement rauque et profonde. Au bout de quelques écoutes, une émotion poignante s'est emparée de moi : une émotion que, des années plus tard, j'éprouve encore le besoin de retrouver régulièrement. Malgré l'absence des célébrissimes "Via con me" ou "Gelato al limon", c'est ce disque que je conseille à ceux qui n'ont pas encore découvert l'univers de Paolo Conte.

Paolo Conte - Un Gelato al Limon  

Posted by mohet2003 at Feb. 2, 2009
Paolo Conte - Un Gelato al Limon

Paolo Conte - Un Gelato al Limon
Label: RCA Records 1979 | MP3 192 kbps | 51.9 MB
Gernre: Jazz/Pop

While his first two superb albums, released in 1974 and 1975, failed to gain widespread popularity for Paolo Conte, his reputation among Italian songwriters kept growing steadily. In the meantime, Conte spent four years away from his solo career concentrating on other projects, but finally made the third time lucky with 1979's Un Gelato al Limon. The album's success was undoubtedly boosted when Lucio Dalla and Francesco de Gregori performed the title track in their mega-tour, as documented by the subsequent live album Banana Republic. The same year, Enzo Janacci included two other Conte originals from Un Gelato al Limon on his album Fotoricordo. Musically or lyrically, there is little in Un Gelato al Limon (or in almost any other Paolo Conte album, for that matter) that was not already present in the first two records. In fact, the new batch of material is, if anything, less consistently excellent than those of the previous releases. Several of the songs feel like rewrites of older ones, something that would become a constant in Conte's career. This is perhaps hardly avoidable for a songwriter like Conte, who has always concentrated on a fixed set of themes and characters, such as provincial bourgeois boredom and vaudeville artists, and the particular world they inhabit. At any rate, any Paolo Conte effort is a most enjoyable affair, and Un Gelato al Limon is no exception. Two of his best-known songs are here, the title track and "Bartali," two trademark Conte snapshots of watching life passing by through the slow Italian summer, with its scant spectacles and consolations – a fleeting (probably illicit) love affair and bicycle racing, respectively. Another colpo di genio is "Dal Loggione," one of those Conte songs about the love of music, a subject that allows him to sound more genuinely sincere than steeped in character, as is usually the case. As if to signal his entrance into star status, Un Gelato al Limon is the first Paolo Conte album to feature his photograph on the cover. Of course, he is shown against the darkened stage of a shabby nightclub, with the locale's bar counter featured on the back cover. A man and his world, indeed.
~ Mariano Prunes

Paolo Conte - The Best of Paolo Conte [Special Tracks]  

Posted by mohet2003 at Nov. 25, 2008
Paolo Conte - The Best of Paolo Conte [Special Tracks]

Paolo Conte - The Best of Paolo Conte [Special Tracks]
Italian Singer-Song/writer | Label: RCA | All Covers | MP3 @320 | 122 MB
Original Release Date: January 8, 1990

Paolo Conte is the most internationally successful of the Italian singer-songwriters who emerged in the 1960s and 1970s. He is also among the most idiosyncratic, eclectic and unusual exponents of what Franco Fabbri has defined as the canzone d’autore (author’s song). Nonetheless he remains a rather arcane, cult figure in the Anglophone world – an example of what Simon Frith has called ‘the unpopular popular’. A combination of apparent opposites – the provincial and the cosmopolitan – his music appropriates a global sweep of influences without being definable as ‘world music’. Characteristics of both his rough, untrained singing style and wry, ironic and opaque compositions have strong affinities with US singer-songwriters like Tom Waits and Randy Newman, and he draws heavily on early American jazz influences, although he remains quintessentially Italian. This makes him difficult to categorise in the world music market.

Paolo Conte - Elegia (2005)  

Posted by mohet2003 at Nov. 11, 2008
Paolo Conte - Elegia (2005)

Paolo Conte - Elegia (2005)
Label: WEA International | All Covers | MP3 320 kbps | Total Time: 0h 42m 38s | 92.4 MB
Genre: Vocal/Jazz-Pop

Elegia was Paolo Conte's first proper studio album in nine years. At 67, no one could blame him if he decided to slow down a little. Yet, in the evidence of this fine album, it seems clear the reasons for such a delay had little to do with any lack of creativity. Instead, it was probably a consequence of Conte's growing international reputation (two acclaimed U.S. compilations, The Best of Paolo Conte and Reveries, were released during this period, and subsequently Conte added the U.S. to his already busy touring schedule), as well as the fulfillment of a lifelong ambition, the multimedia musical Razmataz. Elegia represents a return to the elegantly austere atmospheres of his 1987 masterpiece, Aguaplano, and stands in stark contrast to the luxurious orchestral trend of Conte's albums in the 1990s. In virtually every track, the spotlight is squarely on Conte's piano and voice. Gone are the extra vocalists or the full swing band numbers, and the horns and strings are subtly muted so as to offer a delicate accompaniment, rather than to lead the festivities. As its title suggests, Elegia is a pensive, longing album, one over which the shadow of Astor Piazzolla looms large — most obviously, of course, in "Il Regno del Tango," the best Conte tribute to Rio de la Plata music since his 1981's classic "Alle Prese con una Verde Milonga." Elegia, however, is neither somber nor mournful. This is because Conte's lyrics are back to their witty, compassionate best, reintroducing his familiar persona of half cynical nightclub performer and half incurably romantic buffoon. Nowhere is this better expressed than in the ineffable closer, "La Vecchia Giacca Nuova," where Conte's perennially down-and-out figure dignified only by the proud self-awareness of the spectacle of his own ridicule reaches new comic heights. Indeed, old fans and Italian speakers will find this album a true delight — for what a pleasure it is to listen to a full new set of bona fide Conte standards, such as "Sandwich Man" and "Bamboolah," after the immaculate yet somehow impersonal mannerist albums Una Faccia in Prestito and 900. It may be unfair to describe this album as a return to form, since all of Conte's efforts are possibly a class apart. Rather, Elegia is a back-to-the-roots album, a return to the very essence of what made Paolo Conte's music and persona so great in the first place.