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 vengo e non so dove mai andrò, uomo è il nome che mi han dato is generally considered as one of the top albums in this style. A perfect record, very well played and sung by this band based in Milan.
They began their career in 1969, the unusual name coming from a popular Playboy model of the early 60's, and only released three singles in their five years career, the first two closer to the italian beat of the time, while the third had a good rockier B-side in Torneremo ancora. though still far from their LP sound.
The album came in 1973, the vocal parts are short but very well made by singer Paradiso, leaving plenty of room to acoustic atmospheres and the sudden assaults of guitarist Vitolli and flute/sax/keyboards player Trama, and the seven tracks on the album are all highly regarding, with a mention for Smarrimento with a sweet flute introduction, a furious guitar/flute interplay followed by the acoustic guitar based vocal parts that leads to a powerful guitar-driven end.
Singer Vito Paradiso had a short solo career in 1978-80, while the rest of the band has totally disappeared.
01 - Fuga E Morte 7:21
02 - Indietro Nel Tempo 4:18
03 - Paura Del Niente 7:46
04 - Smarrimento 8:00
05 - Cimitero Di Guerra 5:20
06 - Voglia di rivivere 3:35
07 - E Poi 2:04
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