I want you to raise

“Ti vorrei sollevare” is a song written, recorded by Italian Pop rock singer Elisa and produced by her and Andrea”Ringuz” Rigonat, featuring Italian singer Giuliano Sangiorgi from Negramaro. It was released as the lead single for Elisa’s sixth studio album, Heart.[1]

The track was released on the radio and digitally in Italy on October 16, 2009 and it reached the #1 on the Italian Chart FIMI for the first two weeks from its release, on Italian Airplay Chart since November 15, 2009 and was certified Platinum Award for the copies sold.

The music video for “Ti vorrei sollevare” was directed by the Italian film director Marco Ponti and was produced by One More. It premiered on the Corriere della Sera website on 5 November 2009 and was set in a Mountain’s countryside.

Teach Me Again

“Teach Me Again” is a single that was released in 2006 by the Grammy Award-winning rock singer Tina Turner and Italian pop singer Elisa. The song was recorded for the film All the Invisible Children. The duet was a number one single in Italy and also charted in a few other European countries like Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

Track listing and formats:

European CD maxi single
“Teach Me Again” – 4:33
“Teach Me Again” (Instrumental) – 4:33
“Teach Me Again” (Elisa’s Version) – 4:42
“Teach Me Again” (Video) – 4:35

Sleeping in Your Hand

“Sleeping in Your Hand” is the debut single of Elisa, The song is from her debut album, Pipes & Flowers, released in 1997. The single was released in Europe only.

The single, which charted in the fifth position on the Italian charts paving the road to Elisa’s success, was released in Italy in May, 1997 and in August in some European countries (in 1998 in Germany). In Europe the single was also published as a promotional EP. An alternative version of the song was also published in the foreign singles and in the music video, the Mark Saunders Remix, which differs from the original in both arrangement and duration and was remixed by the English producer Mark Saunders. This version is also present on the album. An acoustic version of the album, which was arranged and produced by Elisa, was recorded on the album Lotus, released in 2003. The arrangement differs greatly from the original and the remix and showcases Elisa’s various talents as a singer, musician, songwriter, producer and arranger. The remixed version of the song was featured on her first Greatest hits album Soundtrack ’96-’06, which was released in 2006

Caterpillar (Elisa album)

Caterpillar is a best-of compilation by pop rock singer Elisa, mainly aimed at the international market. It’s an international, revisited edition of Soundtrack ’96-’06 and it has been published in Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.

Track Listing :

“Stay” (First single) – 4:11
“Luce (Tramonti a Nord-Est)” ( Adelmo Fornaciari , Album Version) – 4:26
” The Greatest ” ( Luciano Ligabue ) – 4:29
“Broken” – 4:19
“Heaven Out of Hell” (Elisa Toffoli, Corrado Rustici) – 4:55
” That’s What I ” – 4:37
“Swan” (Michele Centonze, Elisa Toffoli) – 4:54
” Yet hear (A sense of you) ” (Remix) (Paul Buonvino, Elisa Toffoli) – 3:38
“Electricity” – 4:32
“Rainbow” – 4:58
“Rock Your Soul” – 5:05
“The Waves” – 4:20
“Wild Horses” (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 5:40
“Dancing” (only Australia & New Zealand)

Something that is missing

“Qualcosa che non c’è” is the fourth single from the Greatest Hits by the Italian singer Elisa, Soundtrack ’96-’06.

It is an introspective, intimate, and deeply autobiographical song. The promo aired on the radio from November 2, 2007, exclusively in Italy.

It advises “Do everything as if only saw the sun, and not something that is not there” ( “Do everything as if you only saw the sun, and not something That does not exist”).

Love Is Requited

“Love Is Requited” is a single from Italian singer Elisa. The lyrics of the song were written by Michele von Buren and the music by Andrea Guerra for the film Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You. It is Elisa’s third single, after “Almeno tu nell’universo” and “Gli ostacoli del cuore”, in which the singer/songwriter is only the singer.

The song was available for the first time on the iTunes Store USA on November 15, 2011, which precedes the arrival of the album Steppin’ On Water, which was released on March 13, 2012 in the United States.

In June 2012, the song received a Nastro d’Argento for Best Original Song.[1]

The obstacles of the heart

“Gli ostacoli del cuore” (en: The Obstacles of Heart) is a pop single by Italian singer Elisa, featuring pop rock Italian singer Ligabue, from her first greatest hits album, Soundtrack ’96-’06. Released as the album’s lead single, the song was written by Ligabue, and produced by Corrado Rustici.
The song also appears on the album Caterpillar, released in September 2007. In the Caterpillar’s version, the song is sung without Ligabue.

Luce (Tramonti northeast)

“Luce (Tramonti a nord est)”[1](“Light (North-East Sunsets)”) is Italian singer-songwriter Elisa’s most famous song, both in her home Italy and internationally, in its English version “Come Speak to Me”. It also has a Spanish version called “Hablame”, which has a slightly different arrangement. It was Elisa’s first song in Italian, even though she had already released two albums in English.

It was heard for the first time in the 2001 edition of the Sanremo Festival, winning first place, defeating the entry by the favorite Giorgia, as well as the critics’ award and the radio and TV award; Elisa won the best singer award in that same event. The music was written by Elisa, as well as the English lyrics, which are actually the original lyrics. But in order to take part in Sanremo Festival, the lyrics had to be presented in Italian, so she asked for the help of rocker Zucchero. It is heavily influenced by Björk, with references to Peter Gabriel during the chorus bassline. The arrangement is one of the most complex and dazzling in all of Italian music. There is a vocal mantra which runs throughout the entire song.

“Luce (tramonti a nord est)” is available as a single, as well as in the repacking of Elisa’s second album Asile’s world in both Italian and English versions. The latter was also available in Elisa’s international compilation of her first three albums, which in some countries contains the Spanish version. It was later featured in Elisa’s acoustic album Lotus, with a remarkably different arrangement. The song is included in Elisa’s greatest hits album “Soundtrack” in its Italian version.

The single was certified gold by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry.[2]

Broken (Elisa song)

“Broken” is a song written by Italian adult alternative singer Elisa from her fourth studio album, Lotus (2003), it was released on 24 October 2003 as the album’s lead single. The song was also includes in the Greatest hits Soundtrack ’96–’06.

The music video for the song was filmed in October 2003 by Luca Guadagnino, the video shows Elisa and her band.

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