ETNA Etna

by Mellow Records MMP209

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Leghorn Luau Hands down one of the best 70s Italian progressivey jazzy instrumental albums ever. One of real substance and imaginative compositions and to play over and over. 10 out of 10.
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1975 - Mellow Records reissue: 1994

A Italian Band of seventies that play Jazz Fusion with
high quality.
Beautifull fusion music with some good guitar
improvisations and a very balanced keyboards made
this special album one of most nice made in Italy in
this decade.
Some calm parts (not psichedelic), with a Zen music
context in Soft Machine vein, very sober, very well played
with a intricate music concept very successful.
We can listen a calm piano, a calm organ, a fast guitar,
a very good played drums and a bass integrated in music.
One album to listen at night, when we want a calm
jazz atmosphere with high quality music.
Mandatory for those who like Jazz Fusion because
it's a great album.

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released April 29, 1994

Line-up:

Agostino Marangolo
drums, percussion

Antonio Marangolo
keyboards, clarinet

Carlo Pennisi
guitar, mandoline

Elio Volpini
bass, double bass

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