If De André's story were a playlist, it would sound like this

Fabrizio De André: three further reprints available from today

The project continues with new publicationsWay Point. Where do you come from… Where are you going?” to retrace the history of Fabrizio De Andréon the twenty-fifth anniversary of his death (it was January 11, 1999), through his words, his thoughts, his vision and his “journeys”, still relevant today.

The new “stage” of the project carried out by Fabrizio De André Onlus Foundation And Sony Music Italia predicts the release of three other reissues of as many albums.

After the release of the first 7 albums by the Genoese singer-songwriter (“Volume 1”, “Tutti morimmo stento”, “Volume 3”, “La Buona Novella”, “Not to money, not to love nor to heaven”, “ Story of an employee”, “Songs”), currently available in shops and digital stores, today 7 June the reprint of 3 other works was published: “Volume 8”, “Rimini”, “Fabrizio De André (L'Indiano)”.

Three discs are missing from the completion of the project (“Crêuza de mä”, “Clouds”, “Hello Souls”) and the collection of “Singles”.

These are the details of today's releases.

Volume 8, released in 1975, is Fabrizio De André's eighth studio album, born from the collaboration with Francesco De Gregori. Composed in Sardinia, it includes iconic songs such as “Fragile friend“, “The bad road” And “June '73“. The new booklet enriches the album with autographed lyrics and comments by De André on the songs.

Riminipublished in 1978, accomplished with the collaboration of Massimo Bubola, presents sounds inspired by American folk. The booklet contains notes and reflections that trace the genesis of the work, continuing to offer one in-depth look at the creative process.

In the end, Fabrizio De André (The Indian), like the previous “Rimini” written with Massimo Bubola, was published in 1981. The new booklet includes autographed working notes and retraces the genesis of the album centered on the parallelism between the American Indians and the Sardinians. In the new booklet some autographed extracts of the songs such as, for example, “Hotel Supramonte”, “Sand Creek River” and “If They Cut You into Pieces”.

The discs are available at the following link: https://bio.to/waypoint_FDA2024

“Way Point. Where do you come from… Where are you going?” it is a project that will develop throughout 2024 with various initiatives, including the complete navigation in De André's discography which involves the re-release of all his studio records throughout the year in chronological version order Black LP 180 gr and CDenriched by special booklets with the lyrics of the songs, the artist's handwritten notes, thoughts, reflections, comments, extracts from interviews relating to the songs and albums and some unpublished writings preserved at the De André Study Center of the University of Siena.

These are all the planned reprints:

Volume 1 (released February 16)
We all barely died (released February 16)
Volume 3 (released February 16)
The good news (released February 16)
Not to money, not to love, not to heaven (released April 12)
Story of an employee (released April 12)
Songs (released April 12)

Volume 8 (out June 7)
Rimini (out June 7th)
Fabrizio De André / The Indian (out June 7)

Crêuza de mä
Hello Souls
• Singles