Dedalus first eponymous LP consists of instrumental jazz-rock compositions, influenced by artists like Nucleus, Miles Davis, Soft Machine, Stockhausen and many other musical innovators of the time. "Dedalus" was originally released in 1973, and in the same year the band took part at the Avantgarde and New Trends Festival in Naples, being pointed as the real revelation of the event.
The album, enclosed in one of the most peculiar Italian Prog artworks by Cesare Monti, already contains some of the avantgarde hints which would be fully developed in the following "Materiale per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico".
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|TRI 1001, TRI. 1001||Dedalus||Dedalus (LP, Album)||Trident (2), Trident (2)||TRI 1001, TRI. 1001||Italy||1973||Sell This Version|
|TRI 1001-A||Dedalus||Dedalus (CD, Album, RE)||Trident (2)||TRI 1001-A||Italy||2001||Sell This Version|
|VM 009||Dedalus||Dedalus (CD, Album, RE)||Vinyl Magic||VM 009||Italy||1989||Sell This Version|
|AMSLP50||Dedalus||Dedalus (LP, Album, RE)||AMS (3)||AMSLP50||Italy||2012||Sell This Version|
|TRI 1001, TRI. 1001||Dedalus||Dedalus (8-Trk)||Trident (2), Trident (2)||TRI 1001, TRI. 1001||Italy||1973||Sell This Version|