Banco was one of the leading bands in the first wave of Italian progressive rock, and they had already established their primacy in their own country with three stellar albums before being discovered by Emerson, Lake & Palmer and signed to ELP's own Manticore label. In fact, Banco was the second Italian prog outfit to curry favor with ELP, as P.F.M. had already become Manticore artists by the time Banco cut their self-titled album for the label. ...See Full Description
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|2||Albero del Pane, L'||4:44|| $0.99|
|5||Leave Me Alone||5:22|| $0.99|
|6||Nothing's The Same||9:57|| $0.99|
|7||Traccia II||2:42|| $0.99|
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Banco buy CD music The 1976 release As in a Last Supper marked a pivotal point in the career of legendary Italian prog rockers Banco. The previous year, the band put out its first album targeted at English-speaking audiences, on admirers Emerson, Lake & Palmer's own label, Manticore. (Fellow Italian proggies PFM were already part of the Manticore roster.) But that self-titled release was a hodgepodge of earlier tracks with newly recorded vocals in English, plus some ...