Sanremo Story: the songs that won the Mia Martini Critics Award from 1982 to 1987

Sanremo Story: the songs that didn’t win, and yet… (3)

There are numerous songs that in, up to now, seventy three editions of Sanremo Festival they didn’t win it; this does not mean that many were gods anyway greatest hits. We’ll let you listen to them again.

Eternity (by Giancarlo Bigazzi and Claudio Cavallaro) Ornella Vanoni – Chameleons, 1970

I stop here (lyrics by Luigi Albertelli; music by Enrico Riccardi) Donatello – Dik Dik, 1970

What Will Be (Franco Migliacci, Carlo Pes and Jimmy Fontana) Rich and Poor РJos̩ Feliciano, 1971

4 March 1943 (Lucio Dalla and Paola Pallottino) Lucio Dalla – Equipe 84, 1971

Jesahel (Oscar Prudente and Ivano Fossati) Delirium, 1972

Green Mountains (Giancarlo Bigazzi and Gianni Bella) Marcella Bella, 1972

Your mother’s eyes (Sandro Giacobbe, Daniele Pace and Oscar Avogadro) Sandro Giacobbe, 1976

Flight AZ 504 (Vito Pallavicini and Toto Cutugno) Albatros, 1976

A recent emotion (Ivano Fossati and Guido Guglielminetti) Anna Oxa, 1978

Gianna (Rino Gaetano) Rino Gaetano, 1978

Barbara (Enzo Carella and Pasquale Panella) Enzo Carella, 1979

About us (Paolo Barabani, Donatella Milani and Enzo Ghinazzi) Pupo, 1980

Contessa (Fulvio Muzio and Enrico Ruggeri) Decibel, 1980

Cursed Spring (Paolo Amerigo Cassella and Totò Savio) Loretta Goggi, 1981

It will be because I love you (Enzo Ghinazzi, Daniele Pace and Dario Farina) Ricchi e Poveri, 1981

Still (Franco Migliacci and Claudio Mattone) Eduardo De Crescenzo, 1981