Studio Uno 66  

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Studio Uno 66 is an album by Italian singer Mina.

The album was released in the spring of 1966, topping the charts and yielding three top ten singles - "Ta-ra-ta-ta", "Una casa al cima al mondo" and "Se telefonando".

"Se telefonando" is Mina's flawless interpretation of a difficult song, composed and arranged by Ennio Morricone to lyrics by Maurizio Costanzo. The main theme of the song thrills around just three notes, taken from the siren of a police car in Marseilles.

BMG reissued the album on CD in 1997.

Track listing

Side A

  1. Ta-ra-ta-ta - 2:10
  2. No - 2:30
  3. Se tu non fossi qui - 3:03
  4. Breve amore - 2:36
  5. Sono qui per te - 2:58
  6. Mai cosi - 2:53

Side B

  1. Se telefonando - 2:58
  2. Mi sei scoppiato dentro il cuore - 3:09
  3. Una casa in cima al mondo - 3:01
  4. Addio - 2:28
  5. Ebb tide - 2:43
  6. Lontanissimo - 2:09

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