[34][35][36] [citation needed], Gipsy Kings originally consisted of two parent families: Reyes and Baliardo. [122][123] [16] Modugno was first to perform that night. Funk is a music genre that originated in African American communities in the mid-1960s when musicians created a rhythmic, danceable new form of music through a mixture of soul, jazz, and rhythm and blues (R&B). [68], During the same year, several other versions of the song were released, but did not achieve the same success. [15] It would also mark a change in the way of performing, as Italian singers were used to standing with their arms on their chest, without moving on the stage.[9]. ", "Nel blu di Modugno, l'Italia si mise a cantare", "Sanremo 1958 – Storia e storie del Festival", "Sanremo – 50 Anni di Storia: 1958 – Nel blu dipinto di blu", "Con Parole Mie – Puntata storica – 1 febbraio 1958. [111][112] During the same year, Engelbert Humperdinck included a cover of the song in his album Definition of Love. The Baliardo brothers are his sons.[7]. They also performed "Get Up!" [117] In 2008, a new version was recorded by Gianni Morandi for the album Ancora… grazie a tutti. [17] At the end of the voting, the song had received 13 points, placing 3rd in a field of 10. [25] It also charted in France and the Netherlands, peaking at number 16[101] and at number 26[102] respectively. [38] However, the Rome court of justice absolved Modugno and Migliacci,[42] following the opinion of an expert who claimed that the two songs don't have any relevant similarity. [citation needed]. [95], In 1981, American Esperantist Alberta Casey released a cover in Esperanto, translated by Luigi Minnaia, on her album San Diego Vokas. The Reyes brothers, sons of Jose Reyes, are nephews of Manitas de Plata. [15], In the United States, the single debuted at number 54 on the very first Billboard Hot 100, on 4 August 1958, and the next week it climbed at number two, marking the biggest jump to the runner-up spot in the chart's history. The band have been criticised by flamenco purists, but Nicolas Reyes has said in an interview that the flamenco world is not in great shape itself and that the band are proud of their success. During the event, "Nel blu dipinto di blu" was ranked second on the list of the "all time favourite songs of the Eurovision Song Contest," behind ABBA's "Waterloo". [125] British tenor Jonathan Antoine's debut solo album, Tenore (2014), features an operatic pop version of "Nel blu dipinto di blu". At this point, the Gipsies played traditional flamenco invigorated by Tonino Baliardo's guitar playing and Nicolas Reyes' voice. So startet nämlich sein neuester Partykracher "Saufi saufi". André Reyes recorded a solo album in 1992, but never released it officially. Together with right-handers Canut and Paul Reyes, and Paco Baliardo, these guitarists focus on delivering the strong underpinning rhythms while the more complex leads are performed by the right-handed and conventionally-styled Tonino Baliardo. [97] During the same year, Dutch folk singer André Hazes included it in his Italian-language album Innamorato,[98] while in 1987 the song was recorded by American singer-songwriter Alex Chilton for the album High Priest. [65] [27] Moreover, the combined sales of all the recorded versions of the song exceed 22 million units. Sergio Franchi recorded two compilation albums featuring this song: 1976's Sergio Franchi Sings Volare[94] and 1977's Volare. Written by Modugno and Franco Migliacci, it was released as a single on 1 February 1958. His single peaked at number 33 in the US,[91] reached number 3 on the Dutch Single Top 100,[92] and was certified gold by the Canadian Recording Industry Association. [26], The song's popularity endures, and in 2004, according to the Italian Society of Authors and Publishers, it was the most played Italian song, in Italy as well as in the whole world. Gipsy Kings have collaborated with many renowned artists. [43], Credits adapted from Discografia Nazionale della Canzone Italiana. [16] Despite this, it became one of the most successful songs ever performed in Eurovision Song Contest history. As of February 2013, according to RAI's estimates, the single had sold 800,000 copies in its domestic market. A French version of the song, titled "Dans le Bleu du Ciel Bleu", was featured on Dalida's Les Gitans. When Reyes split from Manitas de Plata, he started made up of his sons, which he called Los Reyes (as well as being their family name, reyes means "kings" in Spanish). [30], In 2001, seven years after his death, Modugno was awarded with the Sanremo Music Festival Special Award, "given to the one who,...in 1958, with 'Nel blu dipinto di blu', turned the Sanremo Music Festival in a stage of worldwide relevance. Instrumental versions of the song were included in Herman Foster's Have You Heard (1960)[84] and in Russian orchestral conductor Andre Kostelanetz's Wonderland of Sound: Today's Greatest Hits (1961). [96], Australian alternative rock band TISM recorded a version in the early to mid 1980s which was issued on their debut album Great Truckin' Songs of the Renaissance in 1988. In 1996, American polka band Brave Combo covered the song for the compilation album Mood Swing Music. [19], The song became an instant success in Italy, selling more than 20,000 copies in its first 12 days. Einen wunderschönen guten Tag oder wie "Tobee" sagen würde "Ding Dong Partygong" ! In 1959, at the 1st Annual Grammy Awards, Modugno's recording became the first ever Grammy winner for both Record of the Year and Song of the Year.[2]. Their version topped the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart in April 1990[100] and reached number 86 in the UK chart. Winning the eighth Sanremo Music Festival, the song was chosen as the Italian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest in 1958, where it won third place out of ten songs in total. Dean Martin included a half-English version of the song, with lyrics adapted by Mitchell Parish, on his LP This Is Dean Martin!. [118] Italian jazz singer Simona Molinari included a live version of the song in her debut album, Egocentrica, released in 2009. [86] During the years, Caterina Valente recorded different versions of the song, both in Italian and English. In April 2020, Gilberto Gil sang "Nel blu dipinto di blu" with his nephew Flor, as a show of solidarity with Italy, largely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. [131], Articles related to "Nel blu, dipinto di blu (Volare)", Note: Entries scored out are when Italy did not compete, Italian Society of Authors and Publishers, 50th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest, 2010 Viña del Mar International Song Festival, List of number-one singles in Australia during the 1950s, List of Hot 100 number-one singles of 1958 (U.S.), List of number-one Billboard Hot Latin Tracks of 1990, "I divi della musica leggera sono più popolari dei ciclisti", https://terracechants.me.uk/tune/chants/Volare/best, "Mezzo secolo cantando "Volare" la vedova di Modugno racconta", "Cosa sarebbe stata la mia vita senza Chagall e Modugno? [22], In the United Kingdom, the single debuted at number 15 on 6 September 1958, and the following week it rose and peaked at number ten on the UK Singles Chart. Mi dipingevo le mani e la faccia di blu; poi d'improvviso venivo dal vento rapito, e incominciavo a volare nel cielo infinito. Even Eurovision losers get lucky sometimes", "Volare. [110] Also in 2003, German Eurodance band Captain Jack released the song as a single from the album Cafe Cubar. Festival de Viña 2010 tiene su canción ganadora", "La vera creatività non è scrivere canzoni ma avere una figlia", "BENVENUTI AL NORD – Emma Marrone nella colonna sonora", "Classifica settimanale − WK 17 (dal 23.04.2012 al 29.04.2012)", "Britain's Got Talent's Jonathan Antoine announces solo album Tenore", "Il Volo, alla conquista del successo internazionale nel nome dellʼamore", "Malika Ayane, anima Naïf in concerto all'Auditorium", "Sanremo, Tiziano Ferro dedica Almeno tu nell'universo al marito e si commuove", "Accetto Miracoli: L'esperienza degli altri, il nuovo album di cover di Tiziano Ferro", "Gilberto Gil Lança EP de três músicas gravadas com su neta Flor", ¡Volaré! An English/Spanish salsa version is also sung by Son Boricua of Jimmy Sabater and Jose Mangual Jr. in 2000. In 2005, a concert was held in Copenhagen, Denmark, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest. In 1988, Canut Reyes released his solo project Boléro. [74] Barney Kessel, Shelly Manne, and Ray Brown's The Poll Winners Ride Again! (1958) includes an instrumental version of the song. [82] During the same year, a live performance of the song appeared on Cliff Richard's When in Rome.[83]. [1][20] [129] Ferro's cover of the song was later recorded and included in the album Accetto miracoli: l'esperienza degli altri, released in November 2020. [69] Fud Leclerc, who competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 alongside Domenico Modugno, recorded a French version as well. [128], Italian singer Tiziano Ferro performed the song during the first night of the 70th Sanremo Music Festival. [9], On 31 January 1958, the song was performed for the first time, during the second night of the Festival, by Domenico Modugno and Johnny Dorelli. "—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory. The song is also used as the basis for numerous football chants. Gipsy Kings was released in the United States in 1989 and spent 40 weeks on the charts, one of few Spanish-language albums to do so. Because they lived so much like gypsies, the band adopted the name Gipsy Kings. [3], Franco Migliacci began working on the lyrics of the song in June 1957, inspired by two paintings by Marc Chagall. Gipsy Kings, born in France but brought up within Spanish culture, are largely responsible for bringing the sounds of progressive pop-oriented flamenco to a worldwide audience. [93] La grande storia di Domenico Modugno", "The Billboard Hot 100 Songs of the Year (1958–1969)", "Weekly Billboard Hot 100 No. [5] "Bamboleo" was featured in a grocery store scene in the 2016 film Sing. "Nel blu, dipinto di blu" (Italian pronunciation: [nel ˈblu diˈpinto di ˈblu]; 'In the blue [sky] [as I was] painted blue' or 'In the blue-painted blue [sky]'), popularly known as "Volare" (pronounced ; 'To fly'), is a song originally recorded by Italian singer-songwriter Domenico Modugno. Deana Martin recorded "Volare" in 2009. I think that a dream like that will never return; I painted my hands and my face blue, then was suddenly swept up by the wind and started to fly in the infinite sky. It was released on the same EP as his own entry for Belgium, "Ma petite chatte".[70]. [33], In 2008, the 50th anniversary of the song was celebrated in Italy by releasing a postage stamp showing a man who is flying on a blue background. [127] A cover of "Nel blu dipinto di blu", performed by Malika Ayane, was used for an Alitalia TV commercial in 2016, and later released as a single. One year later, a version of the song performed by Emma Marrone was included in the soundtrack of the Italian movie Benvenuti al Nord, directed by Luca Miniero. 1 Songs from the First 50 Years", "What The Music Biz Was Wrestling With In 1958", "Norwegiancharts.com – Domenico Modugno – Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare)", "E' 'Nel blu dipinto di blu' il brano italiano più cantato", "I 45 giri che i conduttori del Notturno Italiano hanno amato di più. with Captain Jack, and covered a version of the Doobie Brothers' "Long Train Running" with Bananarama on their Pop Life album, under the pseudonym Alma de Noche. They are known for bringing rumba flamenco, a pop-oriented music distantly derived from traditional flamenco music, to worldwide audiences. [4] In "Le coq rouge" was a yellow man suspended in midair, while in "Le peintre et la modelle", half the painter's face was coloured blue. Bamboleo was featured in a grocery store scene in the 2016 film Sing. [109] It was also performed by Sanjeev Bhaskar in the film Anita and Me. Gipsy Kings are a group of flamenco, salsa, and pop musicians from Arles and Montpellier in the south of France, who perform in a mixture of languages, mostly in Spanish, but also mixing southern French dialects. The song is a ballad in a dramatic chanson style,[8] in which Modugno describes the feeling he has when with his lover; a feeling that resembles flying. [72] Both Earl Grant's The End and Cortijo y su combo's El alma de un pueblo[73] albums also included cover versions of the song. The band started out in Arles, a town in southern France, during the 1970s, when brothers Nicolas and Andre Reyes, the sons of flamenco artist Jose Reyes, teamed up with their cousins Jacques, Maurice, and Tonino Baliardo. [2] The song is the only foreign-language recording to achieve this honor,[29] and it is the only song competing in the Eurovision Song Contest to receive a Grammy Award. [108] Mina re-recorded the song in 2010, for a television advertisement. [21] On 18 August 1958, it topped the Hot 100, becoming the second song to reach the top spot on the chart, after Ricky Nelson's "Poor Little Fool". [1] The single obtained global acclaim,[18] becoming an international hit. Domenico Modugno vince il Festival di Sanremo", "Piramidi rotanti luci da record e 007 in azione", "Also-rans no more? Los Reyes started out as a gypsy band. Later, they were hired to add color to upper-class parties in such places as St. Tropez, but their first two albums attracted little notice. [64], The song was also translated in several languages, including French, Spanish, Dutch, Finnish, and Portuguese. [99], In 1989, Gipsy Kings recorded an up-tempo version of the song, with lyrics partly in Italian and partly in Spanish. [4][6] [37], Immediately after the release of "Nel blu dipinto di blu", Antonio De Marco accused Domenico Modugno and lyricist Franco Migliacci of plagiarising his 1956 song "Il castello dei sogni". In the United Kingdom, Italian musician Marino Marini's cover peaked at number thirteen in October, and Charlie Drake's version reached number 28. As of 2015, only founding members Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo remain in the current Gipsy Kings lineup; current tour promotional notices bill them as "The Gipsy Kings (featuring Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo)", This article is about the musical group. [38] During the trial for plagiarism, De Marco claimed that he lost his sheet music in Rome while registering his song with the Italian Society of Authors and Publishers, suggesting that Modugno somehow found it[40][41] and plagiarised both the lyrics and the music of his composition. [12], While Dorelli's performance had little impact on the audience,[7] Modugno's is now considered to be the event that changed the history of Italian music. These efforts include "Speaking of Dreams" with Joan Baez in 1990, "My Way" with Francis Cabrel in 1993, a version of Bob Marley's "One Love" sung with his son Ziggy Marley, and Georges Reyes' song "Donde esta el amor" with Nicolas Reyes in 2006. [114], During the grand final of the 56th Sanremo Music Festival, Laura Pausini and Eros Ramazzotti performed the song as a duet. [124] Emma's cover reached number 70 on the Italian Singles Chart. In 2003, The band Lost Amigos With Ray Costello recorded Volare supported by EMI as a limited release edition single in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital. Later that same night, Migliacci discussed his lyrics with Modugno, and for several days they worked on the song, tentatively entitled "Sogno in blu" ('Dream in blue'). [88][89], For its 1973 release in Germany, the self-titled album (originally released in 1963) of Italian singer Rita Pavone featured the song. In 2001, Italian singer Mina released the album Sconcerto, entirely composed of Domenico Modugno Italian hits, including "Nel blu dipinto di blu". The group originally called itself Los Reyes. Domenico Modugno was chosen as the singer. British Popera vocal group G4 opened 2006's album Act Three with a cover of the song[116] and during the same year, Claudio Baglioni included it in his double studio set Quelli degli altri tutti qui, together with other popular Italian songs. It was Dorelli's first appearance at the Festival, and according to his team-partner, Dorelli was so nervous that he had to be punched by Modugno to be persuaded to perform on stage. ), "Mala Femmena" And Connie's Big Hits From Italy, This page was last edited on 20 November 2020, at 15:05. The English lyrics were written by Mitchell Parish. [25] The McGuire Sisters' version, also released as a single, peaked at number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US,[71] and entered the Norwegian Singles Chart at number seven. [15][28], During the 1st Grammy Awards, held on 4 May 1959 at Hollywood's Beverly Hilton Hotel, "Nel blu dipinto di blu" received two awards: for Record of the Year and for Song of the Year. The Very Best of the Gipsy Kings, https://www.radio.cz/es/rubrica/notas/gipsy-kings-presentaron-en-praga-su-ultimo-album-roots, "Los Gipsy Kings graban un tema para 'Toy Story 3, "Grammys 2014: The complete list of nominees and winners", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gipsy_Kings&oldid=986557110, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from September 2010, All articles needing additional references, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2012, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2015, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The song was later translated into several languages and recorded by a wide range of performers. In the United Kingdom, Modugno's single was released on 23 August 1958, together with eight other versions recorded by international artists. However, he would have to perform again at the end as well—before the voting took place—due to a transmission fault during the first performance that caused the song to not be heard in all countries broadcasting the event. The Very Best of the Gipsy Kings, You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me, Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Smile, Smile, Smile), Connie Francis Sings Fun Songs for Children, Connie Francis Sings Spanish and Latin American Favorites, Connie Francis Sings Award Winning Motion Picture Hits, Connie Francis and Hank Williams Jr. [75][76], In 1959, Connie Francis included the song in her album Connie Francis Sings Italian Favorites. The band have been criticised by flamenco purists, but Nicolas Reyes said in an interview that the flamenco world is not in great shape itself and that the band are proud of their success; the Compas album contains more … ;[81] and Petula Clark sang it for the album The International Hits, released in 1965. Following its first place victory at the Sanremo Music Festival, the song was chosen to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 1958, which took place on 12 March in Hilversum, Netherlands. [41], As a response, Modugno sued De Marco for defamation,[38] and in July 1958 De Marco was convicted by the Milan court of justice. [3] The band covered "I've Got No Strings" for the 1991 Disney video and compilation album Simply Mad About the Mouse. [121], In 2011, a rock version of the song was included in Gianna Nannini's Io e Te. He had planned to go to the sea with Domenico Modugno, but while waiting for Modugno to show up, Migliacci started drinking wine and eventually fell asleep. Remastered", "Caterina Valente – Caterina Valente Live", "I Grandi Successi... 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[107] Japanese-Brazilian bossa nova singer Lisa Ono also sang "Nel blu dipinto di blu" in her 2002's album Questa bossa mia. [22] "Nel blu dipinto di blu" was the first non-American, -Canadian or -British single to achieve this honor in the rock era, and it would be the only one to do so until 1994's "The Sign" by Swedish group Ace of Base. Gipsy Kings became popular with their self-titled third album, which included the songs "Djobi Djoba", "Bamboléo", and the ballad "Un Amor". The group included artists such as Vasco Rossi, Fabrizio De André, Loredana Bertè, Lucio Dalla, Patty Pravo, and Giuni Russo. [7], In 2008, Modugno's widow, Franca Gandolfi, recalled that her husband, after a storm forced open his window, had the idea of modifying the chorus of the song, introducing the word "Volare," which is now the popular title of the song.[4]. [11], After being admitted to the final,[12] held at the Sanremo Casino on 1 February 1958, the song was performed again, winning the contest,[13] beating the song "L'edera" by Nilla Pizzi and Tonina Torrielli, which came in second place. [25] It also peaked at number two on the Norwegian VG-lista Topp 20 Singles and on the Dutch Mega Single Top 100. "Nel blu, dipinto di blu" (Italian pronunciation: [nel ˈblu diˈpinto di ˈblu]; 'In the blue [sky] [as I was] painted blue' or 'In the blue-painted blue [sky]'), popularly known as "Volare" (pronounced [voˈlaːre]; 'To fly'), is a song originally recorded by Italian singer-songwriter Domenico Modugno. Brazilian singer Dolores Duran released it as a single and included "Nel blu dipinto di blu" in the album Canta para você dançar nº 2 (1958). [113] In 2005, a medley of "Nel blu dipinto di blu" and Modugno's "Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina)" was recorded live by Patrizio Buanne for his DVD The Italian Live in Concert. [14] During his performance, Modugno opened his arms as if he was going to fly,[7] which would contribute to making it the most successful Sanremo Music Festival song. [25] Decades later, Rydell's version was featured on the soundtrack of Richard Wenk's 1986 horror film Vamp. The song opens with a surreal prelude, which the cover versions often left out: Penso che un sogno così non ritorni mai più. He has since released a second solo album, titled Gitano. [90] Another charting version of the song was released in 1975 by American jazz singer Al Martino, and included in his album To the Door of the Sun. [119] A piano version of the song is also included in 2010's Golden Memories 2 by Iranian composer Fariborz Lachini. [126], Italian vocal group Il Volo recorded the song for the album L'amore si muove in 2015. For persons with the title Gipsy King, see, Learn how and when to remove this template message, ¡Volaré! 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Some of the individual members of the band have put out their own albums. [citation needed] Tonino Baliardo released his own instrumental album, Essences, in 2001, re-released in 2003. The combined sales of all the versions of the song exceed 22 million copies worldwide, making it one of the most popular Eurovision songs of all time and the most successful Sanremo Music Festival song ever. Unlicensed copies were acquired by fans and released online. Chico Bouchikhi, co-founder of the group, a son-in-law of Jose Reyes, was also a member but left after the 1989 album Mosaïque to create his own band, Chico & The Gypsies. The Gipsy King lineup featured a combination of left and right-handed guitarists; three of the Reyes brothers (Nicolas, Andre', and Patchai) play guitar left-handed, and play left-hand (and sometimes right-hand) guitars that are strung for right-handers (i.e., with the low "E" string on the bottom), while Diego Baliardo plays a left-handed guitar that is strung for left hand (i.e., with the low "E" string on the top). The jury charged with selecting the entries to the competition was going to reject "Nel blu dipinto di blu"; however, in the end, it was one of the 20 admitted songs. In February 2010, a cover of the song performed by Italian singer Simona Galeandro won the international competition of the 2010 Viña del Mar International Song Festival. Preceding the Netherlands' own Corry Brokken with "Heel de wereld". In 1958, the song participated in the selection process for the eighth Sanremo Music Festival, held in 1958. [120] During the same year, several Italian artists released their own version of the song, including Fred Buscaglione,[58] Nicola Arigliano,[59] Nilla Pizzi,[60] Gino Latilla,[61] Marino Marini and His Quartet,[62] Emilio Pericoli[63] and Claudio Villa. Their 1997 album Compas contains more traditional flamenco music.[6]. A version of the song by David Bowie was featured in 1986's British rock musical film Absolute Beginners. [130] [104] A piano cover of the song is included in 1997's Mambo Italiano by Stefano Bollani,[105] while Italian singer Al Bano released in 1999 an album titled Volare, featuring a cover of "Nel blu dipinto di blu".[106]. This page was last edited on 1 November 2020, at 16:19. [22] The song later completed a run of five non-consecutive weeks at the top of the chart,[23] selling 2 million copies in the United States during 1958[24] and becoming Billboard's Song of the Year. tu y yo ponte en la pista Que vamos a bailar, e chico, preparate, muevete, muevete Al compas conmigo, que te quiero tener muy cerca In 1985, the Italian supergroup MusicaItalia released a cover version for the song as a charity single for Ethiopian famine relief. [4] The 2010 film Toy Story 3 featured their rendition of "You've Got a Friend in Me", a Spanish-language version titled "Hay un Amigo en Mi", and performed in a recognisably flamenco style. It is also one of the only two songs by Modugno charting on the Hot 100, together with "Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina)", which peaked at number 97. [85] Ray Conniff also recorded an instrumental version of the song in 1967, with the brass impersonating a male chorus, as well as featuring a wordless vocal chorus, too. [44], Following the releases by Modugno and Dorelli, as well as the initial success of Modugno's solo, many other versions were quickly recorded and released. [5] So he began penning a song about a man who dreams of painting himself blue, and being able to fly. 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