In 1969 he met Jenny Sorrenti and together with
musicians like Robert Fix, and with the support
of Tony Esposito, founded the "Saint Just",
folk-rock-progressive that debuted in 1973
with the first album.
In 1977, after the experience of Saint Just and
have subsequently worked with Alan Sorrenti
and Pino Daniele, he moved to London to record
the solo album "Calypso".
Assisted by excellent musicians such as the famous
jazz musician Lol Coxhill, pianist Vincent Crane
(Atomic Rooster) and David Vorhaus
(White Noise and sound engineer staff Virgin),
creates a completely instrumental album,
a mixture of various styles, with episodes
of experimentation between electronic
music and acoustics.
Industry experts still remember him as
one of the first examples of acid jazz fusion
of progressive rock, electronic, soul, jazz and
rhythms of Central America.
The album, then released on the label EMI - Harvest,
is still gaining interest in the Eastern market with
the CD reissue of Mellow Records.
released October 15, 1995
Engineer: David Vorhaus
Mixed by: David Vorhaus, Tony Verde
Music by: Toni Verde
Brian Smith, David Vorhaus,
Francesco Froggio Francica,
Henri, Lol Coxhill, Pino Bellardinelli,
Roberto Gardin, Toni Verde, Vincent Crane.