Mario Lavezzi (born 8 May 1948) is an Italian singer-songwriter, composer, record producer and guitarist.
Born Bruno Mario Lavezzi in Milan into a bourgeois family, he studied piano and guitar at the Scuola Civica di Milano. He started his career in 1963, as singer and guitarist in the band I Trappers. In 1966, following the dissolution of the band, he replaced Ricky Maiocchi in the band I Camaleonti, then in 1968 he had to leave the band to fulfill military service. In 1969 he debuted as a composer with the Dik Dik hit “L’ultimo giorno di Primavera”. In 1970 he co-founded the pop-rock group Flora Fauna e Cemento, then in 1974 he was part of the progressive rock musical project Il Volo. In the second half of the 1970s Lavezzi started an intense solo career as singer-songwriter; in the same period he also started collaborating as a composer and a record producer for several albums of Loredana Berté. He later wrote songs for many notable artists, including Lucio Dalla, Gianni Morandi, Anna Oxa, Spagna, Marcella Bella, Ornella Vanoni, Fiorella Mannoia.
Steve Lukather plays on track 9 Non Sapere Chi Sei.
|4||Per fortuna che ci sei||3:38|
|8||Il mio trenino||4:00|
|9||Non sapere chi sei||4:05|
|12||Insieme a te sto bene||4:11|