Recorded from a television concert in 1983, Live at RTSI is a good example of Gianni Morandi's live sound. Unfortunately, this is a pretty bland and boring record that concentrates more on the gentle, swaying mood than the actual songs. Admittedly, early-'80s Italian pop may be one of the least accessible genres to modern music fans. But even with that in mind, this is still quite forgettable music that emphasizes style over substance. Like most bad albums, there are occasional moments that are quite decent. And the sound quality is excellent considering the conditions it was recorded under. But, for the most part, this breezy album is for fans of Morandi only.
AllMusic Review by Bradley Torreano