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Zauber

Zauber
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Progressive rock group from Turin, Italy, formed in the mid 70s. Their 1978 debut LP had classical and folk elements, plus female vocals by Liliana Bodini. The band continued for three decades after the release of the debut with occasional albums. Only Mauro Cavagliato continued throughout, and past guest keyboard player Oscar Giordanino joined as second staple member in 1981. Liliana also featured on all but the latest recordings.
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Various Artists — A Tribute to ELP - Fanfare for the Pirates Various Artists — A Tribute to ELP - Fanfare for the Pirates
(Mellow MMP 343 ABC, 1998, 3CD)
Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge
(Mellow MMP328 ABCD, 1997, 4CD)
Various Artists — Camel Tribute - Harbour of Joy Various Artists — Camel Tribute - Harbour of Joy
(Mellow MMP 229A/B, 1996, 2CD)
Various Artists — Eyewitness - A Tribute to VdGG Various Artists — Eyewitness - A Tribute to VdGG
(Mellow MMP 279 A/B, 1995, 2CD)
Zauber — Il Sogno (AKA Zauber) Zauber — Il Sogno (AKA Zauber)
(Vinyl Magic VM010, 1978/1989, CD)

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