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Vincenzo Pandolfi

Vincenzo Pandolfi

Vincenzo Pandolfi


Born in Italy, was a student at the Conservatorio Vivaldi in Alessandria (Piemonte), where he studied organ, but for only three years. Played keyboards in various bands from the age of 14 in italy including: I Pentagoni, Jim Malaga e i Grintos, Don Miko e gli Oscars Quel Pazzo Mondo . With QPM He also backed the duo Computers, that issued between 1969 and 1971 three singles for Numero Uno, among which an italian version of David Bowie's Space Oddity entitled "Ragazzo solo, ragazza sola" Read more on Last.fm
Born in Italy, was a student at the Conservatorio Vivaldi in Alessandria (Piemonte), where he studied organ, but for only three years. Played keyboards in various bands from the age of 14 in italy including: I Pentagoni, Jim Malaga e i Grintos, Don Miko e gli Oscars Quel Pazzo Mondo. With QPM He also backed the duo Computers, that issued between 1969 and 1971 three singles for Numero Uno, among which an italian version of David Bowie's Space Oddity entitled "Ragazzo solo, ragazza sola" With Quel Pazzo Mondo he participated in television shows like Stasera Si hosted by Il quartetto cetra, Chissa` chi lo sa, Serata di Capodanno di Rai1 and the then Jugoslavian TV and Local German television in Dusseldorf. He met his Australian born wife Elaine in Italy in 1971 and moved to Australia in 1974. After a prolonged absence from music he has begun song writing again. 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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