Alice (4)

Carla Bissi

Also known as Alice, Alice Visconti
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.alice-officialwebsite.com, http://aliceedintorni.blogspot.it/, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alice-Carla-Bissi/50802745268, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_%28singer%29

Discography of Alice (4):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Treni Di Tozeur 2 Audio 1984 EMI
2 Per Elisa 2 Audio 1981 EMI
3 Azimut 9 Audio 1982 EMI
4 Una Notte Speciale 2 Audio 1981
5 Il Sole Nella Pioggia 10 Audio 1989 EMI
6 Park Hotel 9 Audio 1986 EMI
7 Chanson Egocentrique 2 Audio 1994 EMI
8 Per Elisa 8 Audio 1981
9 Gioielli Rubati 9 Audio 1985 EMI
10 Falsi Allarmi 8 Audio 1983 EMI Italiana S.p.A.
11 Elisir 8 Audio 1987 EMI
12 Personal Jukebox 16 Audio 2000-02-25 WEA
13 Gioielli Rubati 9 Audio 1985 EMI
14 Messaggio 2 Audio 1982
15 Mezzogiorno Sulle Alpi 11 Audio 1992 EMI
16 Capo Nord 10 Audio 1981 EMI
17 Charade 12 Audio 1995 WEA
18 Exit 13 Audio 1998-10-23 WEA
19 Il Vento Caldo Dell'Estate 2 Audio 1980-05-15 EMI
20 Falsi Allarmi 8 Audio 1983 EMI
21 Carthago 2 Audio 1983 EMI
22 Alice 8 Audio 2002 EMI
23 Gioielli Rubati 9 Audio 1998 EMI
24 Mélodie Passagère 18 Audio 1988 EMI
25 Visioni 3 Audio 1989
26 Azimut 9 Audio 1982 EMI
27 Il Sole Nella Pioggia 10 Audio 1989 EMI
28 Prospettiva Nevski 2 Audio 1985 EMI
29 Messaggio 2 Audio 1982 EMI
30 Prospettiva Nevski / Mal D'Africa 2 Audio 1985 Emi
31 Il Sole Nella Pioggia 10 Audio 1989 EMI
32 Park Hotel 9 Audio 1986 EMI
33 Azimut 9 Audio 1982 EMI ITALIANA S.p.A.
34 Falsi Allarmi 8 Audio EMI
35 Alice 14 Audio 1986 EMI
36 Non Ero Mai Sola 4 Audio 1995 WEA
37 Alice Canta Battiato 16 Audio 1997 EMI
38 I Am A Taxi 4 Audio 1999 WEA
39 God Is My DJ 15 Audio 1999 Warner Fonit
40 Il Giorno Dell'Indipendenza 3 Audio 2000 WEA
41 Luna Indiana / Un'Altra Vita 2 Audio 1985 EMI
42 Alice 8 Audio 1981 EMI
43 Cosa Resta....Un Fiore 10 Audio 1978
44 Nomadi 2 Audio 1986 EMI
45 Lungo La Strada Live 12 Audio 2009-03-27 Arecibo
46 I Treni Di Tozeur 2 Audio 1984 EMI
47 Zu Nah Am Feuer 2 Audio 1984 EMI
48 Summer On A Solitary Beach / Mal D'Africa 2 Audio 1985
49 Visioni 2 Audio 1989
50 Park Hotel 9 Audio 1986 EMI


Italian vocalist. Born 1954 in Forli, roughly 60 km east of Bologna, Italy.

Alice made her first attempt in singing in front of audience when she was only 11 at the 1965 Sanremo Festival Internazionale dei Ragazzi, a singing contest exclusively held for underage participants.

In 1971 she won the local Castrocaro Festival with a [a=Pooh] cover song, "Tanta voglia di lei."

One year later, her appearance on stage of the 1972 Sanremo Festival with the song "Il mio cuore se ne va" was intended to become her first one in front of a nationwide audience (or even beyond that), although eventually she did not make it into the final contest. (Whilst she didn't even expect it, either: she felt that the song was not really of a kind she liked best.)

In 1975, she adopted her stage name, "Alice Visconti" and released her first album, "La mia poca grande età".

In 1980 she shortened her stage name to "Alice", a name that the artist has kept to this day.

Alice has been involved in many projects with many different artists, including classical and experimental music.


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