Dalton (3)

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Italian '70s progressive rock band from the Brescia-Bergamo area. Their sound, heavy with keyboards, guitar and flute has been compared to a cross between Jethro Tull and Deep Purple. They released two albums and a number of singles between 1972 and 1979. Compilations and reissues include a number of tracks not included on the original albums.

Not to be confused with I Dalton, an earlier band from the same area which included Mauro Pagani.

1972-74
o Temistocle Reduzzi (keyboards, vocals)
o Aronne Cereda (guitar, vocals)
o Alex Chiesa (flute, vocals)
o Rino Limonta (bass, vocals)
o Walter Locatelli (drums, vocals)

1975
o Aronne Cereda (guitar, vocals)
o Giancarlo Brambilla (keyboards)
o Rino Limonta (bass)
o Walter Locatelli (drums)
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Albums

Dalton (3) - Riflessioni: Idea D'Infinito album art Dalton (3) Riflessioni: Idea D'Infinito (Album) Music Italy 1973 Sell This Version
Dalton (3) - Argitari album art Dalton (3) Argitari (Album) International Audio Film Italy 1975 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Dalton (3) - La Donna E Il Bambino album art Dalton (3) La Donna E Il Bambino (Single) International Audio Film Italy 1974 Sell This Version
IAF 1908, IAF 1906 Dalton (3) - Monia / Stanotte Tu album art Dalton (3) / Ettore Santoro Dalton (3) / Ettore Santoro - Monia / Stanotte Tu(7", MP) International Audio Film, International Audio Film IAF 1908, IAF 1906 Italy 1977 Sell This Version
IAF 1908 Dalton (3) - Monia album art I Dalton* Monia(7") International Audio Film IAF 1908 Italy 1977 Sell This Version
RFN NP 16787 Dalton (3) - Presto Tornerò album art Dalton (3) Presto Tornerò(7") Rifi RFN NP 16787 Italy 1979 Sell This Version

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Nagilus

Nagilus

January 25, 2014
Do not confuse: there a two bands with the same name coming from Brescia-Bergamo area: http://www.italianprog.com/a_dalton.htm

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