Le Orme - Live Orme JAPAN 2CD prog Italy

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  • Sold Date: Jul 18,2009
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Le Orme

Live Orme

King Records, Japan KICP 2715/6

Mega rare and long OOP release from 1993 which included sizzling live tracks from the 70s!



no obi strip

CD 1:
1. Contrapunti
2. Maggio
3. India
4. Premessa a gioco di bimba
5. Gioco di bimba
6. Era inverno
7. Introduzione a truck of fire
8. Truck of fire
9. Preludio a frutto acerbo
10. Frutto acerbo
11. Alliante
12. Cemento armato
13. Era inverno
14. La porta chiusa
15. Collage
CD 2:
1. Whole lotta love
2. Aqualung
3. Suite Sospesi nell'ncredible
4. Suite I due pianeti
5. Suite Ritorno al nulla
6. Regina al troubadour
7. Radio felicita
8. Laserium floyd
9. Aspettando l'alba
10. Sguardo verso il cielo
11. Collage
12. Maggio

Line-up / Musicians

- Aldo Tagliapietra / vocals, bass and guitar
- Toni Pagliuca / keyboards
- Michi Dei Rossi / drums

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