Cose Della Vita was originally released in 1993 from Eros Ramazzotti as a single. In 1998, he re-recorded it together with Tina for his greatest hits album Eros, retitled as „Cose Della Vita (Can't Stop Thinking of You)“ with Eros part in Italian and Tina’s self-written part in English. Eros also recorded a Spanish and Portuguese version with Turner’s English vocals. A live version was released on Eros album Eros Live the same year, recorded at his Eros & Friends Tour, where Tina was a guest vocalist at some concerts. The music video is available as a bonus on the All The Best home video.
Written by Eros Ramazzotti, A. Cogliati, James Ralston, Tina Turner / Produced by Eros Ramazzotti / Arranged by: Celso Valli / Recorded by Luca Bignardi (Assistant: Marco Borsatti) at Studio Fonoprint, Bologna / Drums: Vinnie Colaiuta / Drums programming: Celso Valli and Luca Bignardi / Bass: Neil Stubenhaus / Acoustic guitar: Mike Landau / Hammond Organ and keyboard: Celso Valli / Programming: Luca Bignardi / Background vocals: Jim Gilstrap, Lynn Davis, Alex Brown, Phillip Ingram / Taken from the album "Eros"
January 31, 1998
If you haven’t joined the millions of people around the world who happily feast on the suave Italo-belting of Ramazzotti, then you need to catch up. This rock-edged pop chugger from his self-titled album is a good place to start. It shows him at his most magnetic, darting around the track’s crisp rhythms and limber electric guitar riffs. The Italian-language tune has been translated into English, allowing special guest Turner to wail and vamp admirably. Her voice meshes perfectly with Ramazzotti’s when they harmonize in English — leaving the listener wondering how long it will be before this international star will cut an album specifically for the American market.