Born in Savona in 1974, Il Cerchio d'Oro were never able to release an album in the '70s but did manage some singles. Over the years there would be two compilation releases which featured these singles, unreleased album tracks, and cover songs. Some of the band members participated in other groups and projects. Interesting and quiet melancholy ballad, led by the piano. An interessant track, but nothing more.
Rock Progressivo Italiano, Italy. Sometimes you hear a typical Classic Italian Prog atmosphere, like in the bonus track Futuro Prossimo.
Il Cerchio d'Oro, from Savona, only released three singles at the end of their career, that had begun in 1974. Their beginnings were as one of the many symphonic oriented bands active in their area, with a strong influence by Le Orme. In fact their surviving recordings even include some early tracks played as a trio of. Il fuoco sotto la cenere - LP. Quattro mura - 7" single and standard and jukebox labels. Funky dream - 7" single. Too many nights - 7" single. Il Cerchio d'Oro - CD. Black Out, Crisi - 7" single.
Arti e Discipline Bionaturali e Olistiche Tolentino (MC). SI RIPARTE! Dal 17 settembre il Cerchio riapre le porte con i suoi corsi classici, ma anche con nuove attività e nuovi orari. 10 hrs ·. Vi ricordiamo l'appuntamento per sabato, ore 18, per la presentazione del libro di Laura Sartori: SERPE GRIGIA.
Il Cerchio d'Oro were one of the many symphonic-oriented groups to come out of the initial boom of Italian productivity. They were formed in 1974 by the Terribile brothers (Gino and Guiseppe on drums and bass/guitars, respectively) and Franco Piccolini on keys.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import. IL CERCHIO D'oro (Artist) Format: Vinyl.
Label: Black Widow Records Il Cerchio d'Oro were one of the many symphonic-oriented groups to come out of the initial boom of Italian productivity. 10. Cercando l'Approdo 11. Conclusione (Il Ritorno) 12. Quattro Mura (Bonus track) 13. Futuro Prossimo (Bonus track).
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|ABN 22||Il Cerchio D'Oro||Quattro Mura (7", Jukebox)||Playphone||ABN 22||Italy||1977|