LOCANDA DELLE FATE live

by Mellow Records MMP140

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paul rote 70s Italian prog is a genre onto itself. It's a mood thing for me.totally unique.this is a fine example.it ain't about heavy all the time. Favorite track: Forse le lucciole non si amano più.
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this title is OUT OF STOCK !!!

1977 - Mellow Records reissue: 1993

Another great entry from Italy.
Intricate and complex, melodic and enjoyable.
The style is a symphonic rock with arrangements
and developments that make the most out of a
rich and varied instrumentation.
The delicate melodic work, shared by vocals,
keyboards, guitars and flute, is supported by
dynamic rhythms to create a sound that alternates
from acoustic to electric.
As good as the best BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO.

Without a question, LOCANDA DELLE FATE were one
of Italy's richest sounding progressive rock bands
of all time.
Apparently this recording which has been released
by Mellow Records was taken originally from a radio
broadcast during their "Phonogram... Mania" tour.
Sound reproduction is not pure digital and does show
its age a bit, but regardless this is just simply a
magical recording.
Featured here are many of the tracks from their stellar
debut album "Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amani Piu"
and one unreleased track. If you are a big fan than
this recording is ESSENTIAL!!!

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released April 21, 1993

Line-up:

Alberto Gaviglio
guitars, flute

Ezio Vevey
guitars

Giorgio Gardino
drums, vibraphone

Leonardo Sasso
vocals

Luciano Boero
bass

Michele Conta
keyboards

Oscar Mazzoglio
keyboards

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