Fausto Papetti

Fausto Papetti was an Italian alto saxophone player. A jazz musician by formation, Papetti became widely known for producing instrumental covers of some of the most famous pop & jazz songs.
Papetti reached the height of his popularity in the 1960s and 1970s. His albums were particularly successful in the European and Latin American markets. During the 1970s, Papetti's first greatest hits album, published in 1975, is to these days his best-selling album. His performance of the song "Love's Theme" was featured on the breakbeat compilation "Ultimate Breaks and Beats". His influence on saxophone music was substantial and in the 1970s many imitators appeared, like Johnny Sax and Piergiorgio Farina.
Papetti's records are also characterized for their sexy covers, often featuring scantily clad women. He occasionally recorded under the pseudonym Fausto Danieli.

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Top SongsAlbum
Sulla sabbiaSulla sabbia2:34
Smoke Gets In Your EyesEl Relax Del Saxo Romantico3:50
LauraNights of Sax and Sex2:05
I Only Have Eyes For YouSax Feelings Vol. 42:55
Legata a un granello di sabbiaFausto Papetti - Polvere di stelle2:28
Je T'Aim, Moi Non PlusFausto Papetti3:24
NataliEcos De Italia3:52
Llamada De Amor IndioInstrumentales De Oro, Vol. 33:30
Love Said Goodbye (Tema Del Film: Il Padrino II)Fausto Papetti2:47
The Way We WereSax Feelings Vol. 33:01
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