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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 101

2024-06-05 17:08

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 101

Second installment dedicated to Pooh.

Let’s continue the week dedicated to the Pooh with the second installment focusing on the 1980s and 1990s.


In 1980, the Pooh released “Hurricane,” an album intended for the international market that rearranged their recent hits in English. Although it didn’t achieve the desired results abroad, “Hurricane” went gold in Italy. In 1981, they released the compilation “Pooh 1978-1981” and the album “Buona fortuna,” featuring the summer hit “Chi fermerà la musica” (“Who Will Stop the Music”). In the spring of 1982, they released “Palasport,” their first live album recorded during the 1981 autumn tour. Following the trend of major bands at the time, the Pooh decided to try recording abroad. The result was “Tropico del nord,” produced at the Montserrat studios—the first Italian LP also marketed on CD.

In 1986, “Giorni infiniti” (Infinite Days) was released, celebrating the group’s twenty years with sounds that harked back to their origins while incorporating new technologies. In 1987, “Il colore dei pensieri” (The Color of Thoughts) featured the track “Dall’altra parte” (On the Other Side), addressing political themes. The Pooh’s commitment was evident in 1988’s “Oasi” (Oasis). During those years, the band also began collaborating with the WWF, tackling social issues such as ecology and racial discrimination. Notably, they participated in the Sanremo Festival in 1990, winning with “Uomini soli” (“Lonely Men”).


Today, we recommend listening to “Chi fermerà la musica” (“Who Will Stop the Music”)

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