E la luna bussò

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"E la luna bussò"
E la luna bussò cover art.jpg
Single by Loredana Berté
from the album Bandaberté
B-side "Folle città"
Released 1979
Format 7" single
Genre Reggae - Pop
Label CGD
Songwriter(s) Mario Lavezzi, Oscar Avogadro, Daniele Pace
Loredana Berté singles chronology
"Dedicato"
(1978)
"E la luna bussò"
(1979)
"In alto mare"
(1980)
"Dedicato"
(1978)
"E la luna bussò"
(1979)
"In alto mare"
(1980)

"E la luna bussò" (also graphically rendered as "...e la luna bussò") is an Italian reggae ballad written by Mario Lavezzi, Oscar Avogadro and Daniele Pace and performed by Loredana Berté. One of Berté's major hits, it stayed on the Italian Singles Chart for 29 weeks.[1]

Berté also recorded a Spanish version of the song titled "Y la luna llamò"; in 1997 Berté recorded a new version of the song in duet with Francesca Alotta for the Alotta's album Buonanotte alla luna.[1]

Track listing[edit]

7" single – CGD 10181
  1. "E la luna bussò" (Mario Lavezzi, Oscar Avogadro, Daniele Pace)
  2. "Folle città" (Oscar Avogadro, Alberto Radius)

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Italy[2] 8

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Dario Salvatori. "E la luna bussò". Dizionario delle canzoni italiane. Elle U, 2001. ISBN 8888169016. 
  2. ^ Dario Salvatori. Storia dell'Hit Parade. Gramese, 1989. ISBN 8876054391.