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Bancolini Liliana

Bancolini (Liliana)   (Italy)

EuroDance member
Added : 21/01/2020
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One
09 2010

 

Featurings and collaborations

One Guido Block - One 2010  
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Liliana Bancolini biography

Singer, teacher and vocalist Liliana Bancolini was born in Milan (Italy). With Luciano Scaglianti, she wrote the song Giovane Donna in 1977. She took part to important reviews and records (Les Disques Victo Canada, Virgin) and cinematographic (Brucio nel Vento by Silvio Soldini). The is thought to have taken part to many Italian eurodance projects from Discomagic records, without being credited.

2010 : she was featured by Guido Block on song One. It appeared on compilation International Hits, where 4 covers that she sung (I Will Always, It's Raining Man, I'm Outta Love and Something Stupid) were also included. The same year, Mina cover song E se domani appeared on compilation Io canto (Italian Songs)

2013 : she released The Very Best Tribute to Boney T (Boney M) with Tonio. A compilation entitled Tribute to Mina included her version of E se domani as well as Non credere, Se telefonando, Grande grande grande and Vorrei che fosse amore. In December, compilation 2014: Aspettando il Capodanno cantando included cover of Italian classics, 2 of them sung by Liliana : Meravigliosa creatura and La primavera

2018 : she recorded a cover of Enrico Ruggeri's Nessuno tocchi caino with Antonio Summa.

Nowadays, she performs cover songs in English and Italian by several famous singers, sings in the area of jazz and improvised music.

Annah - No More "I Love You's" (1995)
Carmen - Only 4 Luv (1994)
Cecilia - Call My Name (1995)
Dany Marty - Feelings (1995)
Fun Century - Point Of No Return (1994)
Guido Block feat. Liliana Bancolini - One (2010)
Innocence - I Feel On Your Heart (1994)
Island - One Day (1995)
J.J. Power - Stay With Me (1994)
La Epoque - Black is Black (1995)
Lilian - Baby baby (2018), Believe (2018), Born this way (2011)
Liliana Bancolini - Lotta Love (2013)
Lilly Hann - Bang-bang (1997) Compilation only
Martha Williams - Don't Leave Me This Way (1995) , Your Loving Arms (1995)
Masha Sirago - Boogie Time (1994)
Michelle Rock ‎- Someday (1996)
Nicol - Tonight it's over (1994)
Pann Dora ‎- Do You Remember (1997)
Power Band - Be My Lover (1995)
Queen Liza - Somebody to love (1996)
Remakers ‎- Goodbye / Only You (1995)
Sophia - Right Beside You
Sonia Prado - For Love (1994)
Surama K ‎- Save Up All Your Tears (1995), A Whiter Shade Of Pale (1998), I Want You Into My Life (1998)
Tasha - Listen To Your Heart (1997)
The Angel's Fly Again - You've Got The Power (1995)
The Dancers ‎- Never Alone (1994)
Valery - I will always love you (1993)

Thanks to Andrew-FK

Liliana Bancolini biography was last updated Tue, January 21st 2020



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