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Latte e Miele

Latte e Miele
Country
Italy
Profile
Italian progressive rock band from Genoa, originally formed as a trio in 1971.
Website
http://myspace.com/lattemieleprog
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (7)
Latte e Miele — Passio Secundum Mattheum: The Complete Work Latte e Miele — Passio Secundum Mattheum: The Complete Work
(Black Widow BWRCD 165-2, 2014, CD)
Latte Miele — Vampyrs Latte Miele — Vampyrs
(Mellow MMP 131, 1979/1992, CD)
Latte Miele — Aquile e Scoiattoli Latte Miele — Aquile e Scoiattoli
(Akarma AK 1041/4, 1976/2001, CD)
Latte e Miele — Live 1973 Latte e Miele — Live 1973
(Mellow MMP 110, 1973/1992, CD)
Latte e Miele — Papillon Latte e Miele — Papillon
(Polydor UICY-94504, 1973/2010, CD)
Latte e Miele — Papillon (English Version) Latte e Miele — Papillon (English Version)
(Mellow 517 537-2, 1973/1992, CD)
Latte e Miele — Passio Secundum Mattheum Latte e Miele — Passio Secundum Mattheum
(Polydor UICY-94503, 1972/2010, CD)

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