La Rossa - A Fury Of Glass FLAC album
Title: A Fury Of Glass
Style: Prog Rock
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La Rossa a forgotten and little known progressive act from early '80 from France with one album released in 1983 named A fury of glass, re issued on CD by Musea a decade after. This band is a curiousity for me, the line up was made by french and german musicians, the title of the album was in english and they were known in Tunisia for example, as much as in France, but in the rest of the Europe they were pretty much unknown.
Co-producer – La Rossa, Wolfgang Höller. Drums, Percussion – Marc Neve. Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Jean-Pierre Baile (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9). Grand Piano, Organ – Wolfgang Höller. Tracks 3, 10, 11 & 12 are previously unreleased. Recorded at Studio 621 by René de Wael and Alain Grima.
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La Rossa was a progressive rock band from Touluse, France, whose line-up contained both French and German musicians. They were founded in 1980. The "German" part of the line-up (vocalist Benki and keyboard player Wolfgang Höller) came from the band Wish. Their eclectic music was influenced by Van der Graaf Generator, Peter Hammill, Yes, Gentle Giant,ELP and Circus (Switzerland), as well as some classical composers, such as Bela Bartok. Similar Bands: Van der Graaf Generator, Yes, Gentle Giant, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Circus. A Fury of Glass 1983.
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|5||Faces We Move||7:12|
|6||To The Life||2:01|
|8||This Is To End It All
Acoustic Guitar – Benki
Acoustic Guitar – Benki
Acoustic Guitar – BenkiSynthesizer [Bass] – Wolfgang Höller
- Acoustic Guitar – Robert Licciardi (tracks: 2, 4, 7, 9)
- Bass – Dino De Rossi (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
- Co-producer – La Rossa, Wolfgang Höller
- Drums, Percussion – Marc Neve*
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Jean-Pierre Baile (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
- Grand Piano, Organ – Wolfgang Höller
- Vocals – Benki
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3426300 040978
|AG 1013||La Rossa||A Fury Of Glass (LP)||Studio 621||AG 1013||France||1982|
|FGBG 4097.AR||La Rossa||A Fury Of Glass (CD, Album, RE)||Musea||FGBG 4097.AR||France||1993|
|MALS 348||La Rossa||A Fury Of Glass (CD, Album)||MALS||MALS 348||Russia||2010|