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Itoiz

Itoiz
Country
Basque
Profile
Basque progressive folk band from the coastal towns of Mutriku and Ondarroa, formed in 1978 and disbanded in 1988. Throughout their existence, Itoiz dealt with several styles ranging from folk to progressive rock to pop.
Website
http://itoiz.org
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (7)
Itoiz — ...Eremuko Dunen Atzetik Dabil Itoiz — ...Eremuko Dunen Atzetik Dabil
(Elkar KD-796, 1988, CD)
Itoiz — Ambulance Itoiz — Ambulance
(Elkar ELK-145, 1987, LP)
Itoiz — Espaloian Itoiz — Espaloian
(Elkar KD-82, 1985, CD)
Itoiz — Musikaz Blai Itoiz — Musikaz Blai
(Elkar ELK 58, 1983, LP)
Itoiz — Alkolea Itoiz — Alkolea
(Elkar KD-51, 1982/1994, CD)
Itoiz — Ezekiel Itoiz — Ezekiel
(Elkar KD- 791, 1980/2008, CD)
Itoiz — Itoiz Itoiz — Itoiz
(Elkar KD-790, 1978/2009, CD)

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