Mina's Last Concert (August 23, 1978)
A cover of the song "It's a Lonely Town" by Gene McDaniels. Mina's Italian version dates from 1963. In 1978 was released a re-arranged version of the same song, entitled "Città vuota (It's a Lonely Town)" and included in the single of the same name "Città vuota (It's a Lonely Town)/Ancora, ancora, ancora".
A medley of four songs, originally performed by Lucio Battisti:
- "Emozioni" (Mina's studio version dates from 1975 and is included in the album "Minacantalucio")
- "Ancora tu" (Mina never released a studio version of it, only the medley version exists)
- "Sì, viaggiare" (same as for "Ancora tu")
- "I giardini di marzo" (a studio version of it is included in the "Minacantalucio" album)
And this happens to be the last song ever performed by Mina live. After singing the chorus, she stops singing and goes backstage, while the orchestra keeps playing until the very end. The public goes berserk, but that's how she ends her concert career. And, in my opinion, the harmonica which plays after she goes backstage seems to sound like something that will no longer happen again.