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Napoli Centrale

Napoli Centrale
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Napoli Centrale were formed by the nucleus of The Showmen after the band's split, when James Senese (saxophone, vocals) and Franco del Prete (drums), along with American keyboardist Mark Harris and English bass player Tony Walmsley veered toward a personal blend of jazz-rock and popular music leaving any traces of prog behind them. Harris and Walmsey departed after the first album, to be replaced by a succession of other players. Senese was often billed as the leader for releases as James Senese and Napoli Centrale.
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Napoli Centrale — Qualcosa Ca Nu' Mmore Napoli Centrale — Qualcosa Ca Nu' Mmore
(BMG Ricordi 74321441572, 1978/1997, CD)
Napoli Centrale — Mattanza Napoli Centrale — Mattanza
(BMG Ricordi 74321890282, 1976/2001, CD)
Napoli Centrale — Napoli Centrale Napoli Centrale — Napoli Centrale
(BMG Ridordi 74321860152, 1975/2001, CD)

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