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Living Life
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Living Life was an Italian jazz rock group from Torino active in the second half of the 70s. The band was founded by Roberto "Johnny" Betti (drums), and included Daniele Pintaldi (guitar), Flavio Capello (flute), and Roberto Savarro (bass).
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Living Life — Mysterious Dream Living Life — Mysterious Dream
(Mellow MMP 265, 1981/1995, CD)
Living Life — Let: From Experience to Experience Living Life — Let: From Experience to Experience
(Mellow MMP 259, 1975/1995, CD)

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