Nino Ferrer

Nino Agostino Arturo Maria Ferrari

Also known as А.Феррари, Н. Ферре, Нинно Феррер, Ferrari, Ferrei, Ferrer, N. Ferrer, N.Ferrer, Nino, Nino Ferrar
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.nino-ferrer.com/

Discography of Nino Ferrer:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 De Nino A Ferrer 23 Audio 1999-11-17 Polydor K.K.
2 Le Téléfon 2 Audio Ariola
3 On Dirait Le Sud (Métronomie) 15 Audio 1987 Barclay
4 L'Indispensable 24 Audio 1991 Barclay
5 Mirza 4 Audio 1965 Riviera (3)
6 Joseph Joseph 2 Audio 1978 CBS
7 Chanson Pour Nathalie 2 Audio 1976 CBS
8 Il Sud 2 Audio 1975 Love (5)
9 On Dirait Le Sud 10 Audio 1987 Barclay
10 Il Re D'Inghilterra 2 Audio 1968-01-00 Riviera (3)
11 Du Sud A Nos Jours 14 Audio 1979 K-Tel
12 Dansez Le Monkiss 4 Audio 1966 Riviera (3)
13 La Pelle Nera 3 Audio Full Time Records
14 Nino And Radiah 8 Audio 1974 CBS
15 Les Plus Belles Chansons De 12 Audio 1982 Warner Music France
16 Blanat 8 Audio 1979 Disques La Taillade
17 Métronomie 8 Audio Riviera (3)
18 Satanée Mirza !... 17 Audio 1987 Barclay
19 Le Sud 8 Audio 1975 Versailles
20 Le Téléfon / Je Veux Être Noir 2 Audio 1967 Riviera (3)
21 Les Hommes A Tout Faire / Les Petite Jeunes Filles De Bonne Famille 2 Audio 1969 Riviera (3)
22 Agata 2 Audio 1969
23 Pour Oublier Qu'On S'Est Aimé 2 Audio 1981 WEA Filipacchi Music
24 Mao Et Moa 2 Audio 1967 Riviera (3)
25 Mamadou Meme 4 Audio
26 Mirza 2 Audio Riviera (3)
27 Dansez Le Monkiss 4 Audio 1966 Riviera (3)
28 Enregistrement Public 11 Audio 1966 Riviera (3)
29 Métronomie 8 Audio 1971
30 Satanée Mirza !... 21 Audio 1987 Barclay
31 Le Sud 8 Audio WEA
32 Les Enfants De La Patrie / La Maison Près De La Fontaine 2 Audio 1971
33 Les Succès De Nino Ferrer 24 Audio Barclay
34 Nino Ferrer & Leggs 8 Audio 1972
35 La Carmencita 9 Audio 1980
36 Io Tu E Il Mare 2 Audio 1970
37 Enregistrement Public 11 Audio 1998 Riviera (3)
38 Métronomie 8 Audio 1999 Riviera (3)
39 Nino Ferrer 12 Audio 2000 Riviera (3)
40 Mirza 4 Audio Riviera (3)
41 Oui Mais Ta Mère N'Est Pas D'Accord 2 Audio 1970 Riviera (3)
42 La Cassette D'Or Nino Ferrer 13 Audio Barclay
43 Je Reviendrai 4 Audio 1964
44 In Trouble 12 Audio 1968 Riviera (3)
45 Agata / Mao Et Moa 2 Audio 1975 Barclay
46 Ses Plus Grands Succès 12 Audio Musidisc
47 Véritables Variétés Verdâtres 9 Audio 1977 CBS
48 Métronomie 8 Audio 2009
49 Le Telefon / Je Cherche Une Petite Fille 2 Audio 1967 Riviera (3)
50 Nino Ferrer 12 Audio 1967 Riviera (3)


Italian-French jazz, rock, R.& B. singer and songwriter (born 15.08.1934, Genova, Italy; died 13.08.1998, Quercy Blanc, Saint-Cyprien Lot, Montcuq, France). As a young man excellent draftsman and painter on Dali' style, but became very famous with the music. In the 50's plays double bass and banjo on the side of little French myth [a=Richard Bennett] and [a=Bill Coleman]. Then he tries his hand as a singer with a warm and roca voice - on the type of the great Afro-American singers - making him famous all over the world, especially France and Italy. Poet and musician was an author capable of graceful text nonsense with irresistible melodies & rhythms. His most famous song is undoubtedly [i]"Je Veux Etre Noir" (La Pelle Nera >The Black Skin)[/i] by the controversial anti-racism; then writes another R & B anti-war song titled [i]"Il Re d'Inghilterra" (The King of England)[/i]. He also writes ecological songs without going into commonplace as [i]"Le Sud" (Il Sud > The South)[/i] and [i]"La Campagna" (The Country)[/i], a little 'escape from the city and its neurosis, as had done by writing [i]"The Cornichons" (Il Baccalà > The Cod)[/i]. In 1986 he was appointed by the French Government [i]"Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres"[/i] in 1989 obtained French citizenship. His last appearance was in Italy in 1997 in a [a=Red Ronnie] TV program.


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