Al Bano and Romina Power are an Italian-American pop music duo formed in 1975 by then-married couple Italian tenor Albano Carrisi and American singer Romina Power, the daughter of Hollywood actor Tyrone Power. They have recorded over 22 albums, which have sold in 150 million copies across six decades. Their best known international hits include \"Felicità\", \"Sharazan\", \"Tu, soltanto tu (Mi hai fatto innamorare)\", \"Ci sarà\", \"Sempre sempre\", and \"Libertà!\". They participated twice in Eurovision Song Contest in 1976 and 1985 and performed five times at Sanremo Music Festival, winning in 1984 with the song \"Ci sarà\". The couple also shot seven films, based on their songs, between 1967 and 1984. The two separated and divorced in 1999, but reunited professionally in 2013.
In 1986, Al Bano and Romina Power signed a contract with WEA and recorded the album Sempre sempre, which confirmed their international success. The song \"Settembre\" featured the voice of their baby daughter Cristel, while for \"Lord Byron\" they used recordings of Byron's poetry by Tyrone Power. In 1987, they participated in the Sanremo Festival with the song \"Nostalgia canaglia\" and came third. The album Libertà! was released in the same year. The couple's daughter Ylenia sang a duet with Romina in \"Abbi fede\". In 1988, the couple released the album Fragile, and the following year, took part in Sanremo Music Festival with the song \"Cara terra mia\", placing at the third position. The single was a minor chart hit in Italy. 59ce067264