Giorgia (2)

Giorgia Fiorio

Also known as Giorgia Fiorio, Giorgio
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.giorgiafiorio.org/

Discography of Giorgia (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Pirate Of Love 4 Audio 1986 CGD
2 Giorgia 8 Audio 1986 CGD
3 Pirate Of Love 2 Audio 1986 CGD
4 Tell Me Why 2 Audio 1986
5 Rock Show / Clip Show 2 Audio 1987 CGD
6 Tell Me Why 3 Audio 1986 Ariola
7 Pirate Of Love 4 Audio 1986 CGD
8 Prende Al Cuore 8 Audio 1988
9 Take It Or Leave It / Save Tonight For Me 2 Audio 1986
10 Se Ti Spogli 2 Audio 1984 CGD
11 Tell Me Why 3 Audio 1986 Ariola
12 Io Con Te 2 Audio 1988
13 Tell Me Why 2 Audio 1986 CGD
14 Un'Altra Estate / Indovinare 2 Audio 1983 CGD
15 Tell Me Why 2 Audio 1986 CGD
16 Mit Dir Allein / Sto Bruciando Fermati 2 Audio 1983 Blow Up
17 Prende Al Cuore 8 Audio 1988 CGD
18 Giorgia 8 Audio 1986 CGD
19 Io Con Te 2 Audio 1988
20 Bimbo 2 Audio 1982 CGD


Italian singer, actress, and photographer.

Born: 23 July 1967 in Turin (Italy)

Her debut as a singer dates back to 1982, with the release of the hit single “Bimbo”, a catchy song made somehow unique by Giorgia’s deep and gritty voice.

The following year – while carrying on with her musical career – she took the opportunity to prove herself also on the silver screen, playing small but significant roles in two [i]nostalgia[/i] comedies: “Sapore di mare”, and its sequel “Sapore di mare 2 - Un anno dopo”.

In 1983 and 1984, she had the chance to perform at “Sanremo Music Festival” (the main Italian music event), singing “Avrò” and “Se ti spogli” respectively.

After having a hit written for her by Giorgio Moroder (“Pirate Of Love”) in 1986, she made her last appearance on the music scene in 1988 – again at “Sanremo Music Festival” – with the song “Io con te”, then choosing to dedicate herself to the profession of photographer, which she still practices successfully.


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