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Pooh (Italian)

Pooh
Monza, 2004
Background information
Origin Bologna
Genres Pop
Years active 1966–present
Labels Vedette, CBS, Compagnia Generale del Disco
Associated acts Jaguars
Website
Members Roby Facchinetti
Dodi Battaglia
Red Canzian
Past members Valerio Negrini
Mauro Bertoli
Gilberto Faggioli
Bob Gillot
Mario Goretti
Riccardo Fogli
Stefano D'Orazio

Pooh is an Italian pop band formed in 1966 in Bologna. They are referred to in the plural as i Pooh (the Pooh).

Lineups

Current lineup

  • Roby Facchinetti (1944), Vocals and keyboards from 1966 (main music writer)
  • Dodi Battaglia (1951), vocals and guitars from 1968 (sometimes music writer)
  • Red Canzian (1951), vocals and electric bass from 1973 (sometimes music writer)

Previous lineup

Pooh's original members were:

  • Bob Gillot (Keyboards)
  • Riccardo Fogli (1947), vocals and bass from 1966 to 1973
  • Valerio Negrini (1946-2013), vocals and drums from 1966 to 1971 (main lyricist)
  • Stefano D'Orazio (1948), vocals and drums from 1971 to 2009 (second lyricist)

Lineup changes

In the summer of 1966, Roby Facchinetti (Keyboards), and in September 1968, Dodi Battaglia (Guitar), joined the band.

In the winter of 1971, following Valerio's departure, the band recruited Stefano D'Orazio, the drummer of the Naufraghi. The definitive line-up of the band came in 1973, when Riccardo Fogli left the group and went solo during the "Alessandra Tour" and was replaced by Red Canzian, a young progressive rock guitarist, who quickly learned to play the bass, and became an official member of the group. Another unexpected and radical change occurs in 2009. Drummer Stefano D'Orazio, announces the intention to leave the band after the summer tour, in September 2009 and in 2010 was replaced by English drummer Steve Ferrone. The band remains a trio.

Discography

Official studio albums

  • Per quelli come noi (1966)
  • Contrasto (1968)
  • Memorie (1969)
  • Opera prima (1971)
  • Alessandra (1972)
  • Parsifal (1973)
  • I Pooh 1971-1974 (1974)
  • Un po' del nostro tempo migliore (1975)
  • Forse ancora poesia (1975)
  • Poohlover (1976)
  • Rotolando respirando (1977)
  • I Pooh 1975-1978 (1978)
  • Boomerang (1978)
  • Viva (1979)
  • Hurricane (1980)
  • ...Stop (1980)
  • I Pooh 1978-1981 (1981)
  • Buona fortuna (1981)
  • Palasport (1982)
  • Tropico del nord (1983)
  • Aloha (1984)
  • I Pooh 1981-1984 (1984)
  • Anthology (1985)
  • Asia non Asia (1985)
  • Giorni infiniti (1986)
  • Goodbye (1987)
  • Il colore dei pensieri (1987)
  • Oasi (1988)
  • Un altro pensiero (1989)
  • Uomini soli (1990)
  • La nostra storia (1990)
  • Il cielo è blu sopra le nuvole (1992)
  • Musicadentro (1994)
  • Buonanotte ai suonatori (1995)
  • Poohbook (1995)
  • Amici per sempre (1996)
  • The Best of Pooh (1997)
  • Un minuto prima dell'alba (1998)
  • Un posto felice (1999)
  • Cento di queste vite (2000)
  • Best of the Best (2001)
  • Pinocchio (2002)
  • Pinocchio - Il grande Musical (2003)
  • Ascolta (2004)
  • La grande festa (2005)
  • Noi con voi (2006)
  • Noi con voi - Versione integrale (2007)
  • Beat Regeneration (2008)
  • Per quelli come noi (Remastered) (2008)
  • Ancora una notte insieme (2009) ( ITA # 2 - Platinum )
  • Dove comincia il sole (2010)
  • Dove comincia il sole live (2011)
  • Opera seconda (2012)

Singles

  • Vieni Fuori (Keep On Runnin) \ L'uomo Di Ieri (February 10, 1966)
  • Bikini Beat \ Quello Che Non Sai (Rag Doll) (April 29, 1966)
  • Brennero '66 \ Per Quelli Come Noi (October 3, 1966)
  • Nel Buio (I Looked In The Mirror) \ Cose Di Questo Mondo (April 15, 1967)
  • In Silenzio \ Piccola Katy (February 2, 1968)
  • Buonanotte Penny \ Il Tempio Dell'Amore (October 16, 1968)
  • Mary Ann \ E Dopo Questa Notte (April 9, 1969)
  • Goodbye Madame Butterfly \ Un Minuto Prima Dell'Alba (November 17, 1969)
  • Tanta Voglia Di Lei \ Tutto Alle Tre (April 28, 1971)
  • Pensiero \ A Un Minuto Dall'Amore (September 28, 1971)
  • Noi Due Nel Mondo e Nell'Anima \ Nascerò Con Te (April 21, 1972)
  • Cosa Si Può Dire Di Te \ Quando Una Lei Va Via (October 21, 1972)
  • Io e Te Per Altri Giorni \ Lettera Da Marienbad (June 5, 1973)
  • Infiniti Noi \ Solo Cari Ricordi (September 5, 1973)
  • Se Sai, Se Puoi, Se Vuoi \ Inutili Memorie (May 20, 1974)
  • Per Te Qualcosa Ancora \ E Vorrei (November 5, 1974)
  • Ninna Nanna \ È Bello Riaverti (July 25, 1975)
  • Linda \ Donna Davvero (July 21, 1976)
  • Risveglio \ La Gabbia (March 23, 1977)
  • Dammi Solo Un Minuto \ Che Ne Fai Di Te (September 28, 1977)
  • Cercami \ Giorno Per Giorno (April 28, 1978)
  • Fantastic Fly \ Odissey (December 11, 1978)
  • Io Sono Vivo \ Sei Tua, Sei Mia (May 16, 1979)
  • Notte a Sorpresa \ Tutto Adesso (November 16, 1979)
  • Canterò Per Te \ Stagione Di Vento (April 14, 1980)
  • Chi Fermerà La Musica \ Banda Nel Vento (April 21, 1981)
  • Buona Fortuna \ Lascia Che Sia (November 16, 1981)
  • Non Siamo In Pericolo \ Anni Senza Fiato (October 21, 1982)
  • Se Nasco Un'Altra Volta \ Per Chi Merita Di Più (June 20, 1986)
  • Donne Italiane \ Davanti Al Mare (December 11, 1989)
  • Uomini Soli \ Concerto Per Un'Oasi (February 2, 1990)
  • Se Balla Da Sola (March 23, 1999)
  • Dimmi Di Sì (July 23, 1999)
  • Portami Via (October 19, 2001)
  • Il Paese Dei Balocchi (October 25, 2002)
  • Capita Quando Capita (April 21, 2004)
  • Ascolta (September 1, 2004)
  • Per Dimenticare Te (December 17, 2004)
  • La grande festa (November 18, 2005)
  • Cuore Azzurro (May 25, 2006)

External links

  • Official website
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