Дискография Uno (8):
|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|2||Uno 7||audio||iTunes||1974||Les Disques Motors|
|3||Uno 7||audio||iTunes||1995-03-03||Nexus (3)|
|6||Uno 7||audio||iTunes||1991||Fonit Cetra|
|7||Uno 7||audio||iTunes||1980||Fonit Cetra|
Formed from the ashes of [a836392] when the band split in 1974 by [a1143216] and [a1214242] along with drummer [a142700] (from Hellza Poppin, who had played with Osage Tribe and Claudio Rocchi), Uno was a much-hyped band that went to England to record their first and only album with help from lyricist N.J.Sedwick and singer [a251579] (of The dark side of the moon fame). The album is not far from late Osanna style (Landscape of life-era), with four English-sung tracks and three in Italian, with songs like I cani e la volpe in evidence, but didn't reach the success the band hoped. An English sung version of the album was released abroad, with a nice surreal cover designed by Hipgnosis (again a link with Pink Floyd), but didn't attract much interest. The three-piece band worked well in studio but couldn't get satisfying results when playing live, so the help from Danilo Rustici's brother [a176436] (from [a1184950]) on guitar and bass was requested for live appearances. From this expanded line-up came the inspiration for a new band, called Nova. Enzo Vallicelli has kept playing (and still does it now, under his surname of Vince Vallicelli) as an appreciated blues drummer.