Farewell Carmelo La Buonda, the historical inventor of Italian dance music with his brother Michelangelo: he was 73 years old. His great success
A Dangerous Mourning for Italian Music: The Historical Inventor of italian dance musicAnd the Carmelo La Bionda. with his brother Michelangelo It revolutionized the genre, exporting the so-called Italo Disco.
Goodbye Carmelo La Bionda
According to news agencies, Carmelo La Buonda passed away this morning, Saturday 5 November 2022. He was 73 years old And he died at his home San Donatoin Milan.
His son announced his death Francesco Paolo and family members. It is also reported that La Bionda had been ill for at least a year and had a tumor, a possible cause of death for the famous musician born on February 2, 1949 in Ramaka (Province of Catania) but adoptive Milan.
Carmelo and Michelangelo La Bionda together formed the duo DD Sound
The FuneralKnowing that it will be held Tuesday, November 8 at 2.30 pmin the Basilica of Santa Barbara di San Donato, Milan.
Italian disco dance
Thus Italian music loses one of the codenames of the twentieth century: Carmelo La Buonda is in fact considered the inventor of Italian dance music, along with his brother Michelangelo. Together, the two established La Bionda Groupalso known as DD . voice.
They wrote songs early in their career my martiniAnd the Ornella Vanioni And because I Riches and the poor – which they have recently Sad about the disappearance Franco Gatti. In 1975, they played acoustic guitars for the 8th volume album Fabrizio de Andre.
The first breakthrough occurred in 1974, when they became record producers for Amanda Lear, which owes much to the La Bionda brothers for its international success. Its popularity has grown thanks to the fledgling disco And in particular to Italo Disco, which contributed to the export to the world.
The great hits of DD Sound
The first international hit that is remembered is bass disco (first historical abbreviation de Sunday Athlete color) and burning love. In 1977 they made the world dance with them 1,2,3,4…give me some more. In 1978 they released the album La Bionda which contains their most famous songs: One for you, one for me.
Carmelo La Bionda and his brother were also discovered Regira: Vamos a la PlayaIt is one of the most popular songs of the 80s.
Then follow other songs like I want to be your loverby taking samples from cabarizza in the song Title. They also composed soundtracks for films like More cop, find a friend, find treasure, face to face, this and that, rich things, my beauty, my beauty And many, many others.
Michelangelo La Bionda He is also responsible for the Italian version of the song My heart will go on from the movie Titanicin addition to the theme of the film by Pearl Harbor. One for you, one for me And the 1,2,3,4…give me some more It was also used in Mediaset Premium and Vodafone commercials.
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