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Era di Acquario

Era di Acquario

Era di Acquario


Sicilian trio (from Palermo), one of the little important groups from the Sicily the ERA DI ACQUARIO produces only one LP, titled "ANTOLOGIA". This band is formed by Michele Seffer (voice, guitar, bass), Angelo Giordano (that replaces Gianni Garofalo at flute, sax and voice) and Pippo Cataldo (drums, percussions, voice). The album it is able to be a small disappointment for some Prog fans, since based on acoustic guitar and flute creating ballads and soft atmospheres that, in some cases, they can remember bands like Fairport Convention. Read more on Last.fm
Sicilian trio (from Palermo), one of the little important groups from the Sicily the ERA DI ACQUARIO produces only one LP, titled "ANTOLOGIA". This band is formed by Michele Seffer (voice, guitar, bass), Angelo Giordano (that replaces Gianni Garofalo at flute, sax and voice) and Pippo Cataldo (drums, percussions, voice). The album it is able to be a small disappointment for some Prog fans, since based on acoustic guitar and flute creating ballads and soft atmospheres that, in some cases, they can remember bands like Fairport Convention. But in "Padre Mio" or "Geraldine" the Era Di Acquario they produce also excellent Rock pieces, practically clones of the New Trolls. Very profitable group under the appearance of the concerts the Era Di Acquario they had ready a new LP with formation to four elements when went out the first LP, unlucky remained unpublished. Michele Seffer, successively, played with Il Volo (but done not recording nothing) and therefore it appears like author and arranger in other bands.

Seffer passed away in the 2000s. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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