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Locanda delle Fate

Locanda delle Fate
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Locanda delle Fate (The Fairy Inn) is an Italian progressive rock band from the end of the Italian progressive rock movement. The band formed in 1974 and in 1975 vocalist Leonardo Sasso joined the group. Despite good reviews, they encountered little success with their first album in 1977, and disbanded in 1980. In the late 90s the band reunited without their lead vocalist.
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Locanda delle Fate — The Missing Fireflies... Locanda delle Fate — The Missing Fireflies...
(AltrOck Productions Fading 005, 2012, CD)
Locanda delle Fate — Homo Homini Lupus Locanda delle Fate — Homo Homini Lupus
(Vinyl Magic VM CD 066, 1999, CD)
Locanda delle Fate — Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano Più Locanda delle Fate — Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano Più
(Polydor 519 389-2, 1977/1990, CD)

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