Buon Vecchio Charlie ‎– Buon Vecchio Charlie

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Akarma ‎– AK 1011
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Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Repress, Orange
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Tracklist

A1 Venite Giù Al Fiume 12:06
A2 Evviva La Contea Di Lane 6:35
All'Uomo Che Raccoglie I Cartoni (15:01)
B1-a Prima Stanza
B1-b All'Uomo Che Raccoglie I Cartoni
B1-c Terza Stanza
B1-d Beffa
B1-e Ripresa
Bonus Track
B2 Rosa 4:33
B3 Il Guardiano Della Valle 2:38

Credits

Notes

Recorded in 1971.
Licenced by Luigi Calabrò

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 034003 290115

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MELOS-001 Buon Vecchio Charlie Buon Vecchio Charlie(CD, Album) Melos MELOS-001 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
AMS181CD Buon Vecchio Charlie Buon Vecchio Charlie(CD, Album, RE) AMS Records (6) AMS181CD Italy 2011 Sell This Version
AK 1011 Buon Vecchio Charlie Buon Vecchio Charlie(LP, Album) Akarma AK 1011 Italy 1999 Sell This Version
AK 1011 Buon Vecchio Charlie Buon Vecchio Charlie(LP, Album, RE) Akarma AK 1011 Italy Unknown Sell This Version
AK 1011 Buon Vecchio Charlie Buon Vecchio Charlie(CD, Album, RE) Akarma AK 1011 Italy 1999 Sell This Version

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November 11, 2012
uon Vecchio Charlie was formed in Rome in 1970 with a five-piece line-up featuring, along with Calabr�, Centofanti and Sangiorgio, bass player Walter Bernardi and percussionist Carlo Visca.
After some first demos they could record with the new six-piece line-up the tracks for an album in Suono label's (of Opus Avantra fame) recording studio near Venice in 1972, with the help of Venetian Power guitarist Claes Cornelius, also an important session man at the time.

Despite the good quality, and the interest shown for the band by many producers, the album never saw the light and was shelved until its first CD release in 1990 in a limited pressing.

The LP is very well made, and with a better production it could have been a classic in its style. Dominated by the flute, with strong classical influences, like in the opening Venite gi� al fiume it's still an original work, with very interesting moments.
(source: www.italianprog.com)