Il Cerchio d'Oro were one of the many symphonic-oriented
groups to come out of the initial boom of Italian productivity.
They were formed in 1974 by the Terribile brothers
(Gino and Guiseppe on drums and bass/guitars, respectively)
and Franco Piccolini on keys.
They were active on the gigging circuit around Savona but
never managed to secure a recording deal, and so the
only recordings initially available were a handful of singles
from the late '70s following lineup changes.
25 years after the band formed, Mellow records came along
and dusted off some old recordings, releasing them as the
self-titled "Cerchio d'Oro."
released May 10, 1999
piano, organ, keyboards and backing vocals
drum, percussions, lead voice and choir
bass, acoustic guitar, lead voice and choir
lead voice, 12 strings acoustic guitar, choir
electric guitar, slide and choir