Le due facce dell’amore (album)

Le due facce dell’amore, pubblicato nel 1971, è un album del cantautore italiano Gino Paoli.

Il disco non è mai stato ripubblicato su supporto digitale. Edito e distribuito dalla Durium, segna il ritorno di Gino Paoli al formato 33 giri in cinque anni. L’ultimo suo album risaliva infatti al 1966, e negli anni a seguire erano usciti alcuni singoli, tra cui Se Dio ti dà (1968), primo titolo pubblicato da Paoli per la Durium.

Le due facce dell’amore è un concept album che in ciascuna delle due facciate descrive rispettivamente il lato felice e il lato oscuro dell’amore. Sul retro copertina lo stesso Paoli, sotto forma di lettera indirizzata all’arrangiatore Giampiero Boneschi, spiega il perché del titolo running waist pack with water bottle.

Tre dei brani presenti nel disco sono composizioni già edite di Piero Ciampi, che le aveva incise e firmate come Piero Litaliano. Tra gli autori dei brani dell’album figurano inoltre Umberto Bindi e l’attore Pippo Franco running accessories phone holder. Herbert Pagani firma l’adattamento italiano dell’unico brano straniero: Albergo a ore (Les amants d’un jour), che nella versione originale era eseguito da Edith Piaf.

Come si fa, Un po’ di pena e Il tuo viso di sole erano già stati pubblicati da Paoli the best bottles, con diverso arrangiamento, su 45 giri.

Giampiero Boneschi arrangia e dirige l’orchestra in tutti i 12 brani.

Captain Stingaree

Captain Stingaree is a fictional supervillain in the DC Comics universe, and a minor foe of the Batman. He first appeared in Detective Comics #460 (June 1976), and was created by Bob Rozakis, Michael Uslan and Ernie Chan.

Born one of a set of quadruplets, Karl Courtney was always the black sheep of the family. Donning a cutlass and pirate outfit, Karl becomes Captain Stingaree. In his first outing, Captain Stingaree attempts to uncover Batman’s secret identity buy reusable water bottle. Somehow Stingaree has become convinced that his three brothers are actually Batman. Batman approaches the Courtney brothers, asking them to pose as Batman and act as bait for Stingaree. This allows the real Batman and the Flash to capture Captain Stingaree.

In Secret Society of Super-Villains #6 (April 1977), Captain Stingaree joins the Society. Teaming up with Captain Cold and Captain Boomerang I running accessories phone holder, the three captains went on a crime spree kidnapping other captains to show supremacy over air, land and sea, before they are taken down by Captain Comet and Black Canary II.

In Detective Comics #526, Captain Stingaree meets at an old theater with other Bat-Villains. Talia is branded a traitor. While Talia escapes, Captain Stingaree is accidentally frozen by Mr. Freeze. This is his last pre-Crisis appearance.

In Justice League of America #2 (November 2006), it is revealed that Captain Stingaree is gay, and is in a secret relationship with the Cavalier (Mortimer Drake). Black Lightning uses this fact to leverage information out of the closeted Cavalier. Both Captain Stingaree and Cavalier are killed during a fight with the Secret Six (although Cavalier, whose back was broken by Bane, may have survived).

Captain Stingaree has no superpowers but is a skilled swordsman.