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    Before then were a folk band, they were psychedelic(ish) 1966



    Macchina Maccheronica and Al Volo are my favorites

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    Al Volo and L’Apprendista are my faves.
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    I have know about the band for years but have not heard yet any of their music. I ordered L’Apprendista yesterday. So soon...
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    Thanks for rehashing this thread. Been listening to the Stormies, after a long time. Still good stuff.

    Question: I recall that they reformed a few years back, with F. Zago from Yugen replacing Franco Fabbri. I clearly remember hearing their new album somehow, and made the author of their Wiki page hip to the fact that the band was on again.

    However, for the life of me, I can find no reference to any of this anywhere on the Net. It's almost as if I had dreamt it up, but I'm not yet prone to such senior moments.

    Does anyone (Ske, Udi, Steve) maybe know what's the story ? Thanks.

    EDIT: BTW, it's not this I'm referring to. Rather a studio album, with a seemingly great deal of reverb. stormy six.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prehensile Pencil View Post
    Thanks for rehashing this thread. Been listening to the Stormies, after a long time. Still good stuff.

    Question: I recall that they reformed a few years back, with F. Zago from Yugen replacing Franco Fabbri. I clearly remember hearing their new album somehow, and made the author of their Wiki page hip to the fact that the band was on again.

    However, for the life of me, I can find no reference to any of this anywhere on the Net. It's almost as if I had dreamt it up, but I'm not yet prone to such senior moments.

    Does anyone (Ske, Udi, Steve) maybe know what's the story ? Thanks.

    EDIT: BTW, it's not this I'm referring to. Rather a studio album, with a seemingly great deal of reverb. stormy six.jpg
    I'm rather sure that there is only that above live CD/DVD from Zago with Stormy Six.

    Maybe you have Barrakha Epos in mind which also featured Pino Martini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    I have know about the band for years but have not heard yet any of their music. I ordered L’Apprendista yesterday. So soon...
    And today I received it. Just listening for the first time. Sounds nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    And today I received it. Just listening for the first time. Sounds nice!
    macchina maccheronico is more complex and smells of Henry Cow (thus more interesting for me), and Al Volo is less folky and quite original and psychedelic in places. My favorite Stormy Six tracks is on this album.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    macchina maccheronico is more complex and smells of Henry Cow (thus more interesting for me), and Al Volo is less folky and quite original and psychedelic in places. My favorite Stormy Six tracks is on this album.

    As I am HUGE Henry Cow fan I think my next Stormy Six album will be Macchina maccheronico
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