Alan Sorrenti was born on 1950 in Naples, Italy, and is an italian singer, very popular in Italy for some popular songs.
Actually, he started as an experimental progressive rock performer, releasing two great albums Called "Aria" (1972) and "Come un vecchio incensiere all'alba di un villaggio deserto" (1973), where he showed extraordinary vocal abilities. Soon after, throat issues, and maybe the search for fame, thrusted him to join the pop stream releasing about 10 records amongst which the most known was "Figli delle stelle" (1977).
For progressive fans, checking "Aria" out is recommended, expecially the long, wandering progressive suite title track, which lasts for about 20 minutes.
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