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  1. Apoteosi published just one eponymous album in 1975. Considered by some as an Italian prog classic.

    Built on the nucleus of the three brothers…

  2. NUOVA ERA were one of the first in the new wave of Italian progressives and also one of the most highly regarded. They are a symphonic quartet…

  3. IBIS were another member of the Italian prog rock contingent of the mid- seventies, more inclined toward the "heavy" side of that genre, with…

  4. A true rarity on an unusual label for the Italian prog (Mercury), and for sure one of the longest LP names ever conceived, "Io Non So Da Dove…

  5. The Capitolo 6 is a progressive rock italian band. The band was born in 1969 from the fusion of Gli Eremiti from Viareggio and I Rangersi from…

  6. In the second half of the the '70s, the Venetian composer/keyboardist LUCIANO BASSO recorded a series of albums, which represent an interesting…

  7. Italian progressive rock, from the 1970's with only one known album.

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  9. The italian band Malibran was born in 1987, in Catania, a city in the south of Italy (more specifically, in the Sicily island, from where all its members…

  10. There is more than one artist with this name.

    1) A trio formed in Florence in the early 70's by keyboardist Vincenzo Coccimiglio along with bass…

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