Box of the Album "Tutti morimmo a stento"

Cofanetto dell'album "Tutti morimmo a stento"

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Rare example of a brown plastic box containing the Fabrizio De André album "Tutti morimmo a stento" (1968), it is a special edition delivered to the record stores in Genoa by Andrea Grillo, the first representative of “Bluebell”, one of the Italian labels founded in Milan in 1959 by Antonio Casetta.
The sales representative and the artist drove around the provinces in Grillo's Fiat 500, visiting retailers to promote De André's records. The shop of the Fratelli Ciglia in Via Cairoli was particularly well known at the time.