Tonight, at the Take Five Music Club, in via Cartileria 15, in Bologna, ‘Quelli che…’, a tribute in loving memory of Enzo Jannacci, the doctor-musician and actor from Milan, dead on last March 29th.
To remeber Jannacci, singing his songs And playing his monologues, a ground of artists that knew him or that have followed his theatrical classes in Milan or that in their show have, always, porposed his repertory. Famous songs as ‘Vincenzia e la fabbrica’ or ‘Elpurtava i scarp del tennis’ or ‘La ballata del Cerutti Gino’. Jannacci, during a 50 years of artistic career, has published 30 albums, one with another great musician from Milan, Giorgio Gaber; composed 8 soundtrack; written 4 books, one with Beppe Viola and one with Dario Fo; plaied 8 movies, directed by great italian directors like Lina Wertmuller, Ettore Scola, Mario Monicelli and Marco Ferreri; sung together with all the best italian singer, like Mina, Milva, Adriano Celentano, Claudio Baglioni, Paolo Conte, Gino Paoli, Ligabue, Francesco Guccini, Giorgio Gaber, Dario Fo, Cochi e Renato and many others. But Jannacci was, also, a doctor. He studied in South Africa with the Christiaan Barnard équipe. At the end of the ’50 he created ‘I Due Corsari’ with Giorgio Gaber, one his best friend, like a brother, dead on 2003. In his songs Jannacci told a Milan, mirror of Italy, that today it isn’t more but tonight will live in the Bologna’s homage, also with the famous song ‘Vengo anch’io. No, tu no’.