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Agorà 2 (red vinyl)
After the moderate success of the debut album "Live in Montreux", Agorà published their first and only studio work in 1976. The possibilities offered by the recording studio seemed more congenial to their proposal, which turns out to be a deeply matured LP, technically flawless and with songs that still belong to the best Italian jazz–rock, with a more intense jazz component at the expense of the progressive ...
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Aktuala (Red)
1973 ITALO PROG.
LP 180 gr. red vinyl.
The eponymous Aktuala’s LP is the first one of this series, made by an ’open musical collective’ from milan, a fixed nucleus with many different contributes from guest musicians. As the Third Ear Band have always been inserted in the international prog panorama, the same happened with Aktuala, who were real music pioneers able to blend world, ethnic, jazz and ...
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La Terra (Green)
Reissue on 180–gram green vinyl with reproduced artwork and labels. ’La Terra’ is the second full–length from this Italian prog unit, featuring many guest appearances. Much like The Third Ear Band, Aktuala were heavily influenced by music from many different cultures across the globe. This is clearly reflected in the four long tracks on 1974’s ’La Terra’ (’The Earth’), which ...
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Ritmo dell’Industria n.2
LP 180gr black vinyl. "Ritmo dell’industria N. 2", originally released in 1969, is part of a reissues series, made in collaboration with Edizioni Leonardi (Milan, Italy), of extremely rare library music LP’s published between late ’60s and early ’70s, most of which have never been released again until today, and that are finally made available again for collectors and sonorization music lovers
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Lesbo (O.S.T) (with DE MASI, Francesco)
"Lesbo"" is a 1969 erotic film directed by Edoardo Mulargia, his only experiment in this genre within a filmography mostly focused on Western films and sentimental/romantic comedies. Calling ""Lesbo"" an underground film is practically an understatement, as no official home video releases of this movie seem to exist; its soundtrack instead has luckily survived to the present day and, given the ...
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Scolopendra (Red)
A trio from Turin, formed in 1970 by keyboard player Alluminio (hence the name of the band) and drummer Ostorero with various guitarists, they only lasted for a couple of years and their only album, Scolopendra, was issued when they had already split.

Their sole album is very well made, mainly based on Hammond organ and other keyboards, with good instrumental parts and an outstanding B side. A must–have for lovers ...
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Intorno alla mia cattiva educazione
Alusa Fallax were born in Milano in 1969, and they released a couple of 45s soon after. But it wasn’t until 1974 that they released their first and only longplay.
Released on the Fonit label with 5000 copies pressed, this is today a very sought after collector item in its original format.
The album is a magical piece of the best Italian progressive music. Melodic, with leading keyboards, classical influences and two ...
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Intorno alla mia cattiva educazione (Red)
Alusa Fallax were born in Milano in 1969, and they released a couple of 45s soon after. But it wasn’t until 1974 that they released their first and only longplay.
Released on the Fonit label with 5000 copies pressed, this is today a very sought after collector item in its original format.
The album is a magical piece of the best Italian progressive music. Melodic, with leading keyboards, classical influences and two ...
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Poa (yellow)
A very obscure and one of the rarest albums from Italian rock music scene of the 70’s. This album takes on ecology as its theme and sings of the evil of polluting the planet. Terrific basic progressive music housed in a creative gimmick sleeve with window to flower.

Blocco Mentale were a quintet, consisting of Aldo Angeletti (who wrote the music) on vocals and bass, Michele Arena on drums and vocals, Gigi ...
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Fiori di metallo (Orange)
Florence band I Califfi included in their first line–up the future Area and Electric Frankenstein guitarist Tofani and Campo di Marte drummer Marcovecchio and were a very popular band in the 60’s, before disbanding at the turn of the 70’s. They released an album on RiFi and no less than eleven singles.

The band was reformed in 1972 by bass player Franco Boldrini, the only member from the original ...
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Campo di Marte (Clear)
Another milestone when talking about Italian progressive rock, the same titled album by Campo di Marte, from 1973, is getting the deluxe reissue treatment.
Good guitar, keyboard and flute, along with Italian sung lyrics talking about the foolishness of wars. This is a strictly limited reissue of 500 copies in 180gr vinyl, nice carton cover and a fully exact replica of the original (only that new Catalog number is on ...
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An escape from a box (Clear Purple Vinyl)
One of the few American sounding Italian bands, and so convincing that even Vernon Joynson, in his 1988 book "The Flashback" included them in the US psychedelia section!

Their second album came in 1972, still in English but with a slightly more polished sound and some progressive influences. "An escape from a box" is again a very short album, around 33 minutes, but the five songs are longer and the ...
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Io non so da dove vengo (green)
Look for "De De Lind" on the internet and you will find mainly two results: those related to a Playboy magazine model very much in vogue in the ’60s, and those concerning the eponymous Italian progressive rock meteor band. The long title of the album "Io non so da dove vengo e non so dove mai andrò, uomo è il nome che mi hanno dato" (I do not know where I come from and where ever I’ll go, Man is ...
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Meccanizzazione
At the end of the ’60s in Italy – but also abroad, especially in France and England – a very particular trend began to spread, that one known as ’Library music’ or ’sonorization’: as suggested by its name, those were real music libraries intended for the accompaniment of audiovisual productions such as television programs, advertisements, documentaries and films. Since they were created ...
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