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Acqua Fragile

Acqua Fragile
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Acqua Fragile was an italian progressive rock band, active from 1971 to 1975. The band was established in the city of Parma. Bernardo Lanzetti, leader and vocalist of the band, is best known for his work with Premiata Forneria Marconi and has played in many other progressive rock acts, including neoprogressive band Mangala Vallis. In 2017, several original members of the band regrouped to record an album of new material.
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http://acquafragile.altervista.org
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Acqua Fragile — A New Chant Acqua Fragile — A New Chant
(Esoteric Recordings Antenna EANTCD1069, 2017, CD)
Acqua Fragile — Mass-Media Stars Acqua Fragile — Mass-Media Stars
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2278, 1974/2012, CD)
Acqua Fragile — Acqua Fragile Acqua Fragile — Acqua Fragile
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2277, 1973/2011, CD)

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