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Performer: Various Italo
Genre: Rock
Title: P.F.M/Banco del Mutuo S./Maxophone...
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Maxophone are an Italian progressive rock band formed in Milan in 1973. They released one self-titled album in 1975. The group was one of the few rock artists signed by the Produttori Associati record label, which focused mostly on film soundtracks and Jazz. Maxophone have since acquired a minor cult following that has endured for over three decades, long after their short career had ended.

Maxophone are an Italian Progressive rock band formed in Milan in 1973. Among fans of the Italian progressive rock genre Maxophone is today widely regarded as one of the top groups, along with PFM, Le Orme, and Banco del Mutuo Soccorso. Progressive pop Rock music Psychedelic music Art rock Progressive music. clarinetsB-flat clarinetB clarinets. They also include choral arrangements and instruments rarely heard in rock, such as clarinet, vibraphone and even harp. Bass clarinet A-flat clarinet Register key Woodwind instrument Single-reed instrument.

Maxophone is a music studio album recording by MAXOPHONE (Rock Progressivo Rock) released in 1975 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. MAXOPHONE-same Japan 1s. ress w/OBI Museo Rosenbach Alphaturus PFM Banco Osanna. The last two tracks seem like singles, with 'Il Fischio Del Vapore' being the better of the two. It's actually a beautiful track with nice guitars. Put it all together and you have an album that rivals the best Itailian symphonic prog.

Maxophone have since acquired a minor cult following that has endured for over three decades, long after their short career had ended. The group and their record label thought they had tremendous potential for success.

Along with Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM) and Le Orme, Banco del Mutuo Soccorso, or Banco for short, was among the most representative and accomplished groups of the Italian progressive rock scene that flourished in the country during the early 70’s. The ‘Big Three’ received worldwide attention and defined the classic Italian e sound that so many after them would follow.

Their first album, Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso (1972), featured jazzy elements but focused heavily on a classical sound that led many to compare them to ELP. The band continued in this vein for Darwin! (1972), Io Sono Nato Libero (1973), and Come In Un'ultima Cena (1976). Garofano Rosso (1976) and Di Terra (1978) were almost all-instrumental and found the group exploring further into the classical realm. Canto Di Primavera (1979) simplified the band's sound to a degree, evidenced further on the live Capolinea (1980). The group pursued a more pop-friendly sound in the 1980s before breaking up after Grande Joe (1985). They re-formed in the early '90s, releasing Da Qui Messere Si Domina La Valle (1991), a re-recording of their first two albums. Il Tredici followed in 1994, while an unplugged set, Nudo, was released in 1997

Banco del Mutuo Soccorso. Biography by Thom Jurek. One of the "big three" in Italian prog rock history (with Le Orme and PFM) who have performed in one form or another since 1969. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick.

Pagina Ufficiale del Banco del Mutuo Soccorso buona visione! Tony D'Alessio Filippo Marcheggiani Nicola Di Già Fabio Moresco Michelangelo Nocenzi o Capozzi.

07- Il fischio del vapore (Bonus). 08- Cono di gelato (Bonus). Maurizio Bianchini- Horn, Trumpet, Percussion, Vibraphone, Backing Vocals. Maxophone had a twin-fold soul: half of the members had classical music background while the other half had a solid rock background.

Album · 2006 · 8 Songs. Maxophone (English Version). La fabbrica delle nuvole. Banco del Mutuo Soccorso.