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Marco Gallesi

Marco Gallesi
Country
Italy
Profile
Marco Gallesi is best known as the bassist for Arti + Mestieri, but has released works under his own name as well.
Website
http://www.marcogallesi.com
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (8)
Arti & Mestieri — The Live Arti & Mestieri — The Live
(Ma.Ra.Cash Records MRC033, 2013, CD+DVD)
Arti e Mestieri  — Live 1974-2000 Arti e Mestieri — Live 1974-2000
(Electromantic ART 4078, 2003, 2CD)
Marco Gallesi — Riff Marco Gallesi — Riff
(Electromantic ART 9013, 2003, CD)
Arti e Mestieri  — Live Arti e Mestieri — Live
(Vinyl Magic VM 018, 1990, CD)
Arti e Mestieri  — Quinto Stato Arti e Mestieri — Quinto Stato
(Cramps Records CRSCD 014, 1979/2002, CD)
Esagono — Vicolo Esagono — Vicolo
(Electromantic ARTS9011, 1976/2004, CD)
Arti + Mestieri  — Giro di Valzer per Domani Arti + Mestieri — Giro di Valzer per Domani
(Cramps Records 88843073662, 1975/2014, CD)
Arti e Mestieri  — Tilt - Immagini per un Orecchio Arti e Mestieri — Tilt - Immagini per un Orecchio
(VM 004, 1974/1989, CD)

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