IVAN GRAZIANI will release his unreleased album “IVAN GRAZIANI – For friends” in January

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“IVAN GRAZIANI – Per gli amici” will be released on January 26th, a posthumous album of unreleased songs composed of eight songs that arrive 30 years after his last album.

The last album of unreleased songs by Graziani, who died prematurely in 1997 at the age of 51, dates back to Malelingue in 1994.

The eight songs that make up the album have resurfaced from Graziani’s sound archive thanks to the work of the Graziani family.

The songs produced by his son Filippo Graziani and distributed by the historic Numero 1 (with which the singer-songwriter had published his first album) make up this unmissable album which leaves us with a living testimony of one of the songwriters and musicians who revolutionized the way of understanding music author and Italian rock.


“Una donna”, “La rage”, L’Italianina”, “La canzone dei sailors”, “Tv”, “Miley”, “Ti Surpriserò” and the title track “For friends”.


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