Ivy (Elisa album)

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Studio album by
Released30 November 2010
Genre Acoustic [1] [2]
Length74:26 (CD)
Label Sugar
Producer Elisa
Elisa chronology
Steppin' On Water
Singles from Ivy
  1. "Nostalgia"
    Released: 19 November 2010
  2. "Sometime Ago"
    Released: 28 January 2011

Ivy is the seventh studio album by Italian singer–songwriter Elisa. It was released on 30 November 2010 in Italy. Ivy is Elisa's second acoustic album (the first being Lotus) and features 3 new songs (Nostalgia, Sometime Ago and Fresh Air), covers and acoustic reworks of her previous songs. The album was released both digitally and on CD+DVD, with the DVD containing Ivy – the Film, a documentary featuring the making-of the album as well as live performances by Elisa. [3] [4]


Track listing

From M & B Music blog. [5]

1."Lullaby" Elisa Elisa4:11
2."Sometime Ago"ElisaElisa4:27
3."Fresh Air"ElisaElisa3:11
4."Ti vorrei sollevare"ElisaElisa4:28
5."Una poesia anche per te"ElisaElisa5:21
6."Nostalgia"ElisaElisa ·Andrea Rigonat4:54
7."Qualcosa che non c'è"ElisaElisa5:19
9."Gli ostacoli del cuore" Ligabue Ligabue4:24
10."1979" (The Smashing Pumpkins Cover) Billy Corgan Corgan4:22
11."Pour Que l'Amour Me Quitte" (Camille cover, feat. Giorgia)CamilleCamille3:15
12."Anche tu, anche se (non-trovi le parole)" (feat. Fabri Fibra)Elisa ·Fabri FibraElisa ·Rigonat5:16
13."It Is What It Is"ElisaElisa4:22
14."Eppure sentire (Un senso di te)"Elisa Paolo Buonvino 3:40
15."Ho Messo Via" (Ligabue Cover)LigabueLigabue3:50
16."I Never Came" (Queens of the Stone Age Cover) Joey Castillo  · Joshua Homme  · Troy Van Leeuwen Castillo ·Homme ·Van Leeuwen4:23


Charts and sales

The album peaked at 4 on the Italian FIMI Singles Chart. [6] As of January 2011, the album went platinum, selling over 60.000 copies.

Chart (2010)Peak
Italian Albums Chart [7] 4Platinum [8] 90,000+

Release history

Italy [9] 30 November 2010Sugar
UK [10] 21 December 2010 Warner
USA [11] 5 January 2011

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