Raffaella Carrà, new "physical" and digital publications

Raffaella Carrà, new “physical” and digital publications

On the occasion of the month of her birth and of Pride, Raffaella Carrà is once again celebrated by Sony Music Italy with a new initiative which includes a series of special publications to – we read in a press release – underline “the indelible impact of the great artist on the society of yesterday and today”.

Among the upcoming publications, already available for pre-order, are the release scheduled for July 12th of “Milleluci” from 1974. The album, fifty years after its publication, will be released for the first time in CD format and on August 2nd in 180g yellow colored vinyl format. Published last year for the first time on streaming platforms and in digital download, the album was originally linked to the television show co-hosted by Raffaella and Mina.

Also “Mi spending everything” from 1980, Raffaella Carrà’s eleventh album and also released last year for the first time digitally, will be released for the first time on July 12th in white colored CD + 45 rpm format with “Pedro” on side A and the Spanish version of “Pedro” on side B. The album, which includes hits such as “Pedro”, “Mi spendo tutto” and “Io non vive senza te”, will also be available from August 2nd in beige vinyl format 180gr.

From today, June 26th, however, Carrà’s digital discography, enriched since last year with the releases of 9 albums, includes three new releases: “Bolero”, a 1984 album which this year celebrates 40 years since its publication, which has left its mark on the Italian disco musical genre and contains the song “Rosso”, particularly important for the LGBTQ+ community; “Forte, forte, forte”, 1976 album containing the world hit “A far l’amore begins tu” which returned to success 10 years ago with the remix by Bob Sinclair and other iconic songs such as “Sciocco” and “Male”, considered one of the first disco songs produced in Italy and clearly inspired by “Honey Bee” by Gloria Gaynor; “

Applauso” (https://sme.lnk.to/Applauso), which this year marks 45 years since its release (1979).