After Non gioco più The Gioco Is Overa blues duet with the harmonica player Toots ThielemansMina announced her withdrawal from public performances. She continued her career with the top Italian chart hits E poi The duet album Mina Celentanorecorded with Adriano Celentanowas the biggest-selling album of in Italy. The songs were characterized by frequent changes of rhythm, pauses, and dialogues between the voice and the orchestra.
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These intertwine the lady's lamentation of the end of love and the lies she has to hear with the male protagonist's recitation. It was recorded and issued as Mina Live ' One of the first introductions of the new repertoire was the Senza Rete live televised concert from the Auditorio A in Naples on 20 January Sample from Io e te da soli. Mina continued to release albums on a yearly basis with her son Massimiliano Pani as the producer. The successes encouraged Enrico Riccardi to copy Battisti's style in Riccardi's composition Fiume azzurro, which earned another place in the top of annual record sales in Italy. The videos were broadcast over the Wind rete site on 30 March. After a break of three months, Mina returned and recorded the song Non credere Disbelieve , composed by Luigi Clausetti and Pietro Soffici, with lyrics by Mogol , in April.
After a break of three months, Mina returned and recorded the song Non credere Disbelievecomposed by Luigi Clausetti and Pietro Soffici, with lyrics by Mogolin April. The latter two albums were recorded during a break from live performances to give birth to her daughter Benedetta. Starting inall of her records included the jazzy piano playing of Danilo Rea. In there was quite hype about a second album of Mina and Celentano together: The single Alibi reached 6 in Italy.
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The song is an easy listening dialogue between Mina's singing and Lupo's declamation. Thus, her non-conformist choices represented the emancipation of women in Italy, which did not accord with the dominant Catholic and bourgeois virtues prevalent at the time. It was recorded and issued as Esplosivo Live '
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The single Alibi reached 6 in Italy. The single was released in April and topped the Italian charts. It includes standards in Spanish, as well as Spanish covers of her originals. Later, the public called Esplosivo the Queen of the Screamers.
It was recorded and issued as Mina Live ' In Mina's first TV appearances she further broke with tradition by shaking her head, hands, and hips to the rhythm. Inthe musical Mina Around the time of their collaboration, Mina turned towards middle-of-the-road pop.