Ich vertraue immer noch deinen augen Und beachte einfach gar nicht, was du in deinem Leben getan hast Schatz, ich werde immer an deiner Seite sein Aber lass mich nicht zu lange warten. [8][9], Learn how and when to remove this template message, Il Grande Viaggio Di Gigi D'Agostino Vol. In August 2011, he released a digital single Stay With Me. [citation needed]. Lyrics powered by www.musixmatch.com, zuletzt bearbeitet von In 2003, he released the song "Ripassa" in the EP Underconstruction 1: Silence, a hit which is very important for his next productions. Subsequently, D'Agostino released the song "Angel's Symphony" with R.A.F. His single "FLY", published in 1996 with BXR Noise Maker, the label created by Media Records for Mediterranea progressive house, reached the top of the sales in Italy. After some months, he released the compilation La musica che pesta under the name "Lento Violento Man", which contains two CDs for a total of 38 unmixed tracks. [5] He described the single as "a piece I wrote thinking of all the people who talk and talk without saying anything!"[6]. L'Amour Toujours deutsche Übersetzung von Gigi D’Agostino. Edoardo Bennato (Gigidagostino.Com) 1. In 2000, his remake of the Nik Kershaw song "The Riddle" sold 1,000,000 copies in Germany and 200,000 copies in France. This was released a few months after he postponed the release of his upcoming album Mondo Reale. As a child, D'Agostino wanted to be someone in the world of disco music. D'Agostino has played in some well-known clubs throughout Europe, including in Italy, Spain, France, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic at the Karlovy Lázně, Germany, Switzerland, and England (in 1996, he played at the Ministry of Sound in London with Mauro Picotto). Die deutsche Übersetzung von I'll Fly With You (L'Amour Toujours) (Perplex Cover) und andere Gigi D’Agostino Lyrics und Videos findest du kostenlos auf Songtexte.com. In 2007, D'Agostino released Lento Violento ...e altre storie, a compilation which contains two CDs and his new 35 Lento Violento songs. [citation needed] He also released the albums Tecno Fes (August 2000) and Tecno Fes - EP, Vol. After his rise to success, D'Agostino's musical style changed, with his sound becoming more melodic, at midway between house and progressive, with more energetic and melodious sonorities and less obsessive rhythms, also known as Italo dance. "[7], In 2018, along with Dynoro, Gigi released "In My Mind" which became an international hit. In 2006, he created his own new record label called "Noisemaker Hard" to differentiate the style of music released under his older record label, "Noisemaker". In May 2017, CBC News reported that his music is popular in the remote Canadian Inuit community of Arviat, where D'Agostino's "slicing, bass-heavy beats have a lot in common with the music of traditional Inuit drum-dancing. Most important "hits" of the album are "Cammino" (a collaboration with Dimitri Mazza) and "Vorrei Fare una Canzone" (a collaboration with Gerolamo Sacco) according to YouTube views. In 1997, he released the single "Gin Lemon", followed by "Your Love (Elisir)" (1998), "Cuba Libre" (1999), and "Bla Bla Bla" (1999). The hookline of "L'amour toujours" was also used for the 2018 hit remix/mashup "In My Mind". Deutsche Übersetzung des Songtexts für L’Amour Toujours by Gigi D'Agostino. In October, D'Agostino released another hit single, entitled "Another Way". In December 2004, D'Agostino released his fourth studio album, L'Amour Toujours II. In 2001, he released L'Amour Toujours EP, consisting of three songs: two new versions of "L'amour Toujours" and "Un Giorno Credi", a single made in collaboration with Edoardo Bennato. 2009 Preview SONG TIME Un Giorno Credi Feat. Traducción de la letra de L'Amour Toujours de Gigi D' Agostino al español. In December 2004, D'Agostino released his fourth studio album, L'Amour Toujours II. D'Agostino would continue working with Gas, as well as Mauro Picotto's production team in the following years. Platz 1 in mehreren Ländern, über 300 Millionen Klicks auf YouTube. "Benny Blanco scores first Irish Number 1: "That's insane! 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Gigi D’Agostino (* 17.Dezember 1967 in Turin; eigentlich Luigino Celestino Di Agostino) ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent.Er gilt als Ikone sowie Erfinder des Lento-Violento-Stiles und als bedeutender Interpret der Italo-Dance-Szene.International bekannt wurde er durch Lieder wie Bla Bla Bla, The Riddle, La passion und L’Amour Toujours "Un Giorno Credi" reached the top of the parades in Italy and became one of the most played songs in the national and international music networks. L'Amour Toujours Lyrics Übersetzung . D'Agostino has played in some well-known clubs throughout Europe, including in Italy, Spain, France, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland, and England (in 1996, he played at the Ministry of Sound in London with Mauro Picotto). Starting out working as a stonemason and a fitter, he began his musical career as a DJ by organizing parties in clubs. From 2005 until January 2010, he had radio programs, on the Italian Radio m2o Musica allo Stato Puro (in English: "Music at the Pure State"), called "Il Cammino di Gigi D'Agostino" and "Quello che mi piace Übersetzung: Was singen LA Vision & Gigi D'Agostino im Songtext zu "Hollywood" auf Deutsch? In 2001, he also released the hit "Super", as a result of a collaboration with Albertino (an Italian music artist), which won him the awards "Best Dance Producer" at the PIM (Italian Music Award) and "Public Award" at the Danish DJs Award in Copenhagen, Denmark. "Hollywood": LA Vision releast seine Debüt-Single mit Star-DJ Gigi d'Agostino, Dynoro legt seinen Cover-Hit "In My Mind" gemeinsam mit dem italienischen DJ Gigi D'Agostino neu auf, Ina Müller - Ich halt die Luft an Songtext, Purple Disco Machine & Sophie and the Giants - Hypnotized Songtext, Jason Derulo & Nuka - Love Not War (The Tampa Beat) Songtext. Zum Original Songtext von L'Amour Toujours, Mauro Picotto - Komodo deutsche Übersetzung, Eiffel 65 - Blue (Da Ba Dee) deutsche Übersetzung, Gabry Ponte - La danza delle streghe deutsche Übersetzung, I'll Fly With You (L'Amour Toujours) (Perplex Cover). His biggest project was the self-titled album Gigi D'Agostino, consisting of 19 tracks, which sold over 60,000 copies. As a record producer, D'Agostino's uses the pseudonym "Gigi Dag"; he transforms a piece, originally destined for the discos, into a success for the mainstream public. D'Agostino stated during an interview with MTV that he enjoys cycling with his pigs in Rome. 2 (December 2000). In 1999, his album L'Amour Toujours (released in 2001 in the United States) included 23 tracks on two CDs, with the hit song "L'Amour Toujours" bringing him to the 10th position in the sales parade in Italy;[4] as a result, he earned another Platinum Disc. In December 2004, D'Agostino released his fourth studio album, L'Amour Toujours II. He later released the album Eurodance Compilation, which contained five unpublished tracks. Und ich denke immer an meine große Liebe!! His 1999 single "Bla Bla Bla" became a major hit in Europe. L'Amour Toujours Original Songtext. "The Official Swiss Charts and Music Community", Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique, "Top Singoli – Classifica settimanale WK 33", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gigi_D%27Agostino&oldid=979882017, Articles with dead external links from January 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, BLP articles lacking sources from July 2016, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2008, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2017, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 23 September 2020, at 09:31. In 1986, he started his career as a DJ spinning Italo disco. Der Song "L'amour Toujours" von Gigi D'Agostino ist der größte Hit des italienischen Produzenten. L'Amour Toujours auf Deutsch. Also see Camelot, duration, release date, label, popularity, energy, danceability, and happiness. His debut was in a club near Turin called "Woodstock". As a DJ, D'Agostino is known as one of the "pioneers of Mediterranean Progressive Dance,"[3] consisting of minimalistic sounds and Latin and Mediterranean melodies. They consist of DJ sets played by Gigi, and featured new remixes of his songs and songs by Italian and international artists. On 15 July 2004, his compilation "Euro Dance" won Platinum certification with 120,000 copies sold in just a few weeks. Born in Turin, Italy on December 17, 1967, to parents from Salerno, Campania, D'Agostino spent his childhood between Turin and Brescia, where the Media Records studios are located. Chronologie Gigi D’Agostino (1996) L’amour toujours L’amour toujours II : Singleauskopplungen 17. [2] He worked also in a small club called Palladio in Cascinette d'Ivrea (30 km north from Turin) from 1987 until around 1992 and in a club called Le Palace in the Valentino Castle Garden in Turin. As a result, he was awarded with "Best Dance Producer" at the Italian Dance Awards. Juli 1999 Another Way Dezember 1999 Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen. Luigino Celestino di Agostino (Italian pronunciation: [luˈiːdʒiːno tʃeˈlɛstiːno di aɡoˈstiːno]; born December 17, 1967), known by his stage name Gigi D'Agostino (pronounced [ˈdʒiːdʒi d‿aɡoˈstiːno]), is an Italian DJ, remixer, singer and record producer. Thomas (Mugel) D'Agostino's first release was Noise Makers Theme, a double-A-sided record with a track by Daniele Gas on the other side, which launched the Noise Maker label, under the direction of Italo House producer Gianfranco Bortolotti. This was followed by his single "Gigi's Violin". Get … Gigi D’Agostino (* 17.Dezember 1967 in Turin; eigentlich Luigino Celestino Di Agostino) ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent.Er gilt als Ikone sowie Erfinder des Lento-Violento-Stiles und als bedeutender Interpret der Italo-Dance-Szene.International bekannt wurde er durch Lieder wie Bla Bla Bla, The Riddle, La passion und L’Amour Toujours He was also awarded with "Best DJ-Producer of the Year" at the "Red Bull Awards" in Italy. Juni 2009, 13:53. This song helped influence Lento Violento, a subgenre that had yet to be distinguished. In December of that year, he released Il Grande Viaggio, a compilation of his favourite songs, including old electronic pieces and new rhythms and melodies. am 5. 8:55 ... More by Gigi D'Agostino. With this compilation, he earned a platinum disc and was awarded "Best Producer in 1999" at the Italian Dance Awards. Gigi D'Agostino: L’Amour Toujours ‎ (2xCD, Album) Avex Trax: AVTCD-95356: Hong Kong: 2002: Vendi questa versione: 669910992852: Gigi D'Agostino: L'Amour Toujours ‎ (23xFile, MP3, Album, 192) Media Records Digital: 669910992852: Italy: 2006: Consigli Recensioni Aggiungi recensione [r720312] Pubblicazione. [1] His biggest chart successes include "Bla Bla Bla", "Another Way", a cover of Nik Kershaw's "The Riddle", "La Passion", "Super (1, 2, 3)" and "L'amour toujours", all in the years 1999 and 2000. Key and BPM for L'Amour Toujours by Gigi D'Agostino. Writer(s): Diego Leoni, Luigino Di Agostino, Paolo Sandrini, Carlo Montagner After successes like the track "Sweetly", he joined the team of Bortolotti, the general manager of Media Records and suddenly reached the top of the hit parades. He was resident DJ of an Italian disco named Ultimo Impero from 1993 to 1998.