Lucio Battisti is a brilliant music talent from Italy where he was born in 1943.
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Lucio Battisti was an Italian singer and composer who was born in Poggio Bustone, Rieti - Italy on March 5, 1943 and died in Milano on September 9, 1998.
He has been the best-known and most influential musicians and authors in Italian pop/rock music history, by forming a strong and highly successful duo with lyricist Mogol (Giulio Rapetti).
Battisti's carrer started in 1966 and he released 18 albums from 1969 to 1994, during his successful career he performed just few live concerts, and in the early 1980s he limited to release studio albums, disappearing from the Italian public scene.
Lucio Battisti took part in just one Festival of Sanremo, with the song "Un'avventura" by getting 9th place but a strong audience and in the same year (1969), he won the Festivalbar with his song "Acqua azzurra, acqua chiara".
The italian singer performed lots of hits like "Il mio canto libero", "Balla Linda", "Non è Francesca", "Dieci ragazze", "Fiori rosa, fiori di pesco", "Emozioni", "La canzone del sole", "I giardini di marzo", "Ancora tu", "Mi ritorni in mente".