Palepoli

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Palepoli
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Studio album by Osanna
Released 1973
Genre Progressive rock
Length 41:51
Label Fonit Cetra
Osanna chronology
Milano Calibro 9
(1972)Milano Calibro 91972
Palepoli
(1973)
Landscape of life
(1974)Landscape of life1974
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
irradiorock 3.5/5 stars[1]

Palepoli is a progressive rock album released in 1973 by the Italian band Osanna, widely considered amongst the best in the Italian progressive rock genre.[2]

Palepolis was the name of the pre-Greek settlement of Naples, the city from which the band members originated. The album shows a wild mix of progressive and Neapolitan-Mediterranean influences. The lyrics, composed by vocalist Lino Vairetti, mix social themes with mythological and mystic ones.

Track listing[edit]

  • "Oro caldo" – 18:30
  • "Stanza città" – 1:45
  • "Animale senza respiro" – 21:36

Personnel[edit]

  • Danilo Rustici – guitars, vox organ, electric piano, vocals
  • Lino Vairetti – lead vocals, rhythm guitars, ARP 2600, Mellotron
  • Elio D'Anna – tenor and soprano sax, flute, vocals
  • Massimo Guarino – drums, vibraphone, percussion
  • Lello Brandi – bass

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