Antonello Venditti (born March 8, 1949) is an Italian singer/songwriter who emerged in the duo Theorius Campus with Francesco De Gregori, a pairing that yielded one album on the it label in 1972. Between 1973 and 1976, Venditti released five albums on RCA Italiana. Four further albums appeared on Philips and Ricordi up to 1982, after which he founded Heinz Music for all subsequent releases.
- Theorius Campus (1972 • Theorius Campus)
- L’orso bruno (1973)
- Le cose della vita (1973)
- Quando verrà Natale (1974)
- Lilly (1975)
- Ullalla (1976)
- Sotto il segno dei pesci (1978)
- Buona domenica (1979)
- Sotto la pioggia (1982)
- Circo Massimo (live, 1983)
- Cuore (1984)
- Venditti e segreti (1986)
- Centocittà (1987)
- In questo mondo di ladri (1988)
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