The '60s were a fascinating decade for Italian pop, as British and U.S. trends flooded in. Sunshine pop, beat music, surf and rock 'n' roll seduced young rebels, with the likes of Peppino di Capri delivering classic floor-fillers such as “St. Tropez Twist”. Elsewhere, versatile diva Mina demonstrates her phenomenal range, swapping the speedy, high-pitched acrobatics of “Brava” for lavish romantic ballad “Un anno d'amore”. There's also dreamy pop from Neapolitan master Massimo Ranieri, folkster Fabrizio De André and theatre star Ornella Vanoni, who waltzes in with the jazzy “Senza Fine”.