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

Fabrizio De André: three new reprints coming soon

With the first 4 releases, which took place on February 16th, the project began “Way Point. Where do you come from… Where are you going?” with which, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the death of Fabrizio De André (occurred on 11 January 1999), Fondazione Fabrizio De André Onlus and Sony Music Italia reissue the entire recording production of the Ligurian singer-songwriter.

The releases, which will take place throughout the year, everyone suggests his studio records in chronological order.

The new versions will be available in 180g black LP and CD format, enriched by special booklets with the lyrics of the songs, autograph notes by Fabrizio De André, thoughts, reflections, comments, extracts from interviews relating to the songs and albums and some unpublished writings preserved at the De André Study Center of the University of Siena.

After the release of Fabrizio De André's first 4 albums (“Volume 1”, “We All Died Hardly”, “Volume 3” and “The Good News”), currently available in shops and digital stores, the project continues with other new releases scheduled for Friday 12 April.

They will be available on that date 3 other titles from Faber's production: “Not to money, not to love, not to heaven” (published in 1971 and inspired by the book “Spoon River Anthology” by Edgar Lee Masters)“Story of an employee” (De André's most “political” album released in 1973) and “Songs” (a 1974 anthology with three unreleased songs including a cover of “Desolation Row” originally contained in the 1965 album “Highway 61 Revisited” by Bob Dylan).

This is the publication plan for the reprints

Volume 1 (released February 16)
We All Hardly Died (released February 16)
Volume 3 (released February 16)
The Good News (released February 16)

Not to money, not to love, not to heaven (out April 12)
An Employee's Story (out April 12)
Songs (out April 12)

Volume 8
Fabrizio De André / The Indian
Crêuza de mä
Hello Souls