BALLETTO DI BRONZO Trys

by Mellow Records MMP367

supported by
/
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

about

IL BALLETTO DI BRONZO formed in Naples in the late
sixties with a line-up consisting of Lino Ajello (guitar),
Giancarlo Stinga (drums), Marco Cecioni (guitar/vocals)
and Michele Cupaiuolo (bass) using initially the name
BATTITORI SELVAGGI.
Despite avoiding the fate of many other Italian
progressive bands of releasing one album and
splitting up (they managed two) they still suffered
from a lack of interest, the reason cited by some
that they were too advanced for the time, which
ultimately led to a split in 1973.

Well this third album is not bad and quite well produced,
and moreover the purpose is noble, despite of this album
adding a few symphonic breaks through in comparison
to the original work, because now Gianni Leone is using
a couple of digital synthezisers.

The 11 compositions sound pleasant featuring some
spectacular work (with hints from Keith Emerson).
The song "Technoage" has even a house climate
delivering a tight and propulsive beat
(along flashy synth runs)!

This is a good keyboard-oriented progrock CD.

credits

released April 29, 1999

Line-up

Gianni Leone
vocals, keyboards

Romolo Amichi
bass

Ugo Vantini
drums

tags

license

all rights reserved

feeds

feeds for this album, this artist

about

MELLOW RECORDS Italy

for other not necessarily progressive productions,
please visit:

mellowyellowlive.bandcamp.com

eightiesvibrations.bandcamp.com

contact / help

Contact MELLOW RECORDS

Streaming and
Download help