Raffaella Carrà, a timeless icon of music and entertainment who has captured the hearts of millions of fans, leaving an indelible mark on Italian and international culture and scene… “Gli anni Rca di Raffaella the singles 1971-1972″ (Sony Music), the exclusive box set that follows the previous “Raffaella Carrà. The RCA years – singles 1970-1971”.
The box set contains four original 45 rpm records and an unreleased one and concludes the cycle of Raffaella Carrà’s RCA singles from the 1970s. The unreleased 7” 45 rpm contains “Tuca Tuca (English vrs) / Regue (Reggae Rrrr Spanish vrs)”. In this version, “Tuca Tuca (I Like It)” is released for the first time ever on vinyl and the song “Regue” will be available for the first time in Italy as it was originally printed solely for the Chilean market in 1971. The faithful reproduction of the original version of the four discs and the addition of the bonus disc make this box set a unique collector’s item.
“The RCA Years of Raffaella the singles 1971-1972”, which concludes the cycle of Raffaella’s RCA singles from the 70s, will be available in the black versions in physical and digital stores and in colored versions in a limited edition and numbered to 500 copies only on the Store Sony Music. The cover of this box set is embellished with an unpublished shot, captured by the keen eye of Gianni Boncompagni. It was precisely in those years that Raffaella achieved television success and met Gianni, with whom he then shared many years of his career.
Furthermore, since June the albums “Fiesta (Italian Edition)”, “Mi spendo tutto”, “Raffaella (1988)”, “Raffaella (1971)”, “Raffaella Senzarespiro”, “Raffaella Senzarespiro”, have finally been available for digital listening. Scatola a surprise”, “Milleluci”, “Felicità tà tà” and “Raffaella (1978)” for a total of 9 albums available on streaming platforms and in digital download. Disney+ also presents Raffa, the first original docuseries dedicated to Raffaella Carrà, available from 27 December on the streaming platform.
The docuseries, produced by Fremantle, is directed by Daniele Luchetti and written by Cristiana Farina with Carlo Altinier, Barbara Boncompagni, Salvatore Coppolino, Salvo Guercio and traces the extraordinary life of one of the icons of pop culture throughout the world. In 2024, Raffaella Carrà fans can expect more surprises as we celebrate the anniversaries of some of her most significant moments in her grandiose career.