Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Bella Italia

Adriano Celentano - per voi --
Fragments from a 1987 Moscow pre-concert interview with Celentano, regarding a film in which he participated:

"...it highlights something perhaps more dangerous than the atomic bomb or a rocket...the greatest sin...the sin of apathy, apathy which exists in many people, and this is very dangerous...and I wanted to add that I have wanted to come here for some time now....but was not able to overcome my fear of flying...until today..."

Viva Adriano Celentano--!


bluestorm said...

did you go to his concert in '87? Celentano was such a generational icon - i grew up with his voice from the radio in the background. (i smile)
thank you for posting these!

Iulia Flame said...

I just missed the concert in terms of timing......but the music means a lot to me.....I think every marketplace had pirated cassettes of Celentano, no?

Iulia Flame said...

Celentano makes me smile, too.


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