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Pick Up Records

Name
Pick Up Records
URL
http://www.pickuprecords.it
Email
info@pickuprecords.it
Phone
+39 0424 523000
Address
Via J. Da Ponte, 52 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI)
Profile
Italian distributor and prog rock label.
Releases on file (8)
Alembic Virtual  — Müsikaall Alembic Virtual — Müsikaall
(Pick Up Records PKPROG1901, 1994, CD)
Arpia  — Liberazione Arpia — Liberazione
(Pick Up Records PKPROG. 1904, 1995, CD)
Aufklärung  — De' la Tempesta... l'Oscuro Piacere Aufklärung — De' la Tempesta... l'Oscuro Piacere
(Pick Up Records PK 1909, 1995, CD)
Epica — Confini Epica — Confini
(Pick Up Records PKPROG 1902, 1995, CD)
Hyaena — Scene Hyaena — Scene
(Pick Up Records PKPROG 1906, 1995, CD)
Nuova Era — Il Passo del Soldato Nuova Era — Il Passo del Soldato
(Pick Up Records PK 1910, 1996, CD)
Nuova Era — L'Ultimo Viaggio Nuova Era — L'Ultimo Viaggio
(Pick Up Records 5490112, 1988/1998, CD)
Nuova Era — Dopo l'Infinito Nuova Era — Dopo l'Infinito
(Pick Up Records 5490122, 1989/1998, CD)

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L'Ensemble Rayé - Quelques Pièces Détachées – The core of L'Ensemble Rayé is Cédric Vuille (guitars, bass, clarinet, keys, ukelele, bandurria, percussion), Jean-20-Huguenin (guitars, mandolin) and Pierre Kaufmann (saxes, clarinets, piano,...  (1994) » Read more

Suspended Memories - Earth Island – Steve Roach is a very individual and influential synthesist: when he is involved in a project he is usually the most distinguishable factor. The Suspended Memories trio is one of these exceptions; its...  (1994) » Read more

Xhol Caravan - Electrip – Amongst the annals of the most psychedelic German rock of the early 70s stand out the legendary Xhol, a band that remains one of the most challenging that that country had to offer. Initially a band...  (1996) » Read more

Wittox O'Hara - Blame: Mascot – This is the second album by the Canadian guitarist, and although it’s getting a bit moldy by now, it does deserve a mention here. O’Hara plays electric and acoustic guitars, and also...  (2001) » Read more

Nels Cline - New Monastery: A View into the Music of Andrew Hill – Nels Cline’s affinity for pummeling sound boundaries as well as working within jam bands and standard song structures (e.g. – Wilco) is now further realized within the works of another...  (2008) » Read more



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