Donatella Rettore

Donatella Rettore, also simply known as Rettore (born July 8, 1953, in Castelfranco Veneto, Province of Treviso) is an Italian singer and songwriter .[1]

Rettore started her singing career in 1973. Her early recordings was oriented towards Italian music. She became successful in 1979 when she recorded the album Brivido Divino. Her most popular hits are Splendido Splendente (Splendid Shining), Kobra, Donatella, Lamette (Razor Blades), This Time, Io Ho Te (I've Got You), Amore Stella (Love Star) e Di Notte Specialmente (Especially By Night). The majority of Rettore's albums are a mixture of pop, rock, disco music and ska. In the mid-1980s she experienced a slow decline in popularity, and she had to wait almost a decade before recording a top 10 Italian charts hit. Rettore's most recent album, Stralunata, is an anthological double CD & DVD which entered directly to n. 2 and stayed in top 10 Italian charts for two months.

Donatella Rettore
Donatella Rettore

Discography

Albums

  • 1975 Ogni Giorno Si Cantano Canzoni D'amore (-)
  • 1977 Donatella Rettore (-)
  • 1979 Brivido Divino (#12)
  • 1980 Magnifico Delirio (#8)
  • 1981 Estasi Clamorosa (#8)
  • 1982 Kamikaze Rock'n'roll Suicide (#18)
  • 1982 Super Rock, Le Sue Piu' Belle Canzoni (-)
  • 1983 Far West (#22)
  • 1985 Danceteria (#20)
  • 1988 Rettoressa (#47)
  • 1989 Ossigenata (#39)
  • 1991 Son Rettore E Canto (#42)
  • 1994 Incantesimi Notturni (#32)
  • 1996 Concert (-)
  • 2005 Figurine (#45)
  • 2008 Stralunata (#2 Dvd Chart)
  • 2011 Caduta massi (#26)
  • 2012 The Best Of The Beast (-)

Singles

  • 1973 Quando Tu (-)
  • 1974 Capelli Sciolti (-)
  • 1975 Ti Ho Preso Con Me (-)
  • 1976 Lailola' (-)
  • 1977 Carmela (-)
  • 1978 Eroe (#37)
  • 1979 Splendido Splendente (#6)
  • 1980 Kobra (#4)
  • 1981 Donatella (#3)
  • 1982 Lamette (#8)
  • 1982 This Time (#8)
  • 1983 Io Ho Te (#13)
  • 1985 Femme Fatale (#19)
  • 1986 Amore Stella (#42)
  • 1989 Zan Zan Zan (#47)
  • 1994 Di Notte Specialmente (#9)
  • 2003 Bastardo (#29)
  • 2005 Konkiglia (-)
  • 2011 L'Onda del Mar (-)
  • 2011 Callo (-)
  • 2011 Lamette Katana (7" vinyl)
  • 2012 Natale Sottovoce (-)
  • 2013 Ciao Ciao (-)
  • 2013 Ciao Ciao Remixes EP (-)

References

  1. ^ "DONATELLA RETTORE OFFICIAL MYSPACE". Retrieved 10 April 2011.

External links

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Rector (politics)

Donatella Rettore (born 1955), Italian singer and songwriter

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