Дискография Mario Barbaja:
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|1||Super Supermarket 2||audio||iTunes||1975-09-00||Ariston|
|2||Made In Hong Kong 8||audio||iTunes||1978||Ariston Music|
|3||Vai, Amore Vai / Super - Supermarket 2||audio||iTunes||1975||Ariston|
Mario Barbaja is a little known artist based in Milan, whose early works have much in common with another singer-songwriter that released his main albums on Ariston, [a416225]. Like Rocchi's first album, Barbaja's debut, Argento, is a mainly acoustic work, based on guitar with some flute, sitar and percussion, in a sort of eastern-influenced psych/folk style. Second album, Megh, has more intense arrangements closer to rock, and is usually considered his best LP. It featured many well-known session musicians, among which guitarist [a676566] from [a593634] and his brother Gigi on bass, [a443966], [a145643] and [a310475] (both also with Finardi, the latter was then in PFM), drummers [a31759] (with New Trolls Atomic System and later one of the most important Italian session drummers) and Pasquale Venditto from Forum Livii and Ibis, and even a guest appearance by Stormy Six leader [a580031]. With the latest group Barbaja had also collaborated writing Sotto il bambù, released on single in the same year. Later albums from 1975 and 1978 were on a lower level and closer to a poppy style.