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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 100

2024-06-05 17:02

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 100

First article about the italian band Pooh.

Welcome to a new episode of “Musical Disclosure,” the first one dedicated to the legendary band Pooh.


The initial core of Pooh was formed in Bologna in 1962, with various lineup changes until 1968 when the quartet of Roby Facchinetti, Dodi Battaglia, Red Canzian, and Stefano D’Orazio stabilized. In the 1960s, Pooh started as the Jaguars in 1962 and achieved their first stable lineup in 1964 with Negrini, Bertoli, Costa, Cantelli, and Barraco. In 1966, they signed a contract with Vedette, definitively adopting the name Pooh and releasing “Vieni fuori” (“Come Out”). In 1968, “Piccola Katy” topped the charts, and Dodi Battaglia’s entry solidified the definitive lineup. During the '70s, with CBS and Giancarlo Lucariello, the band consolidated their success with hits like “Tanta voglia di lei” (“So Much Desire for Her”) and “Pensiero” (“Thought”). Valerio Negrini left but continued collaborating with the band as a lyricist, replaced by Stefano D’Orazio on drums. In 1973, Red Canzian became the new bassist, and the album “Parsifal” marked an epochal turning point. This album flirted with progressive rock, shaping a genre we could describe as “symphonic pop,” with the use of orchestral arrangements. These sounds added a new artistic depth and unprecedented musical maturity to the group. From 1977, Pooh ushered in the era of large stadium concerts. In 1978, the album “Boomerang” achieved success, followed in 1979 by “Viva,” which sold over 700,000 copies and included hits like “Io sono vivo” (“I Am Alive”) and “Notte a sorpresa” (“Surprise Night”).


The listening recommendation for today is “Infiniti noi” (“Infinite Us”). Enjoy!

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