Capricorn College – Orfeo 2000 (1974)

orfeo 2000

Capricorn College is one of those borderline italian progressive rock bands from the seventies that tried to surface.

Led by composer Mario Barigazzi, the band only released two albums on the Kansas label, both containing a mix of early 70’s italian melodic pop with clear progressive inspiration.
The first one, in particular, titled “Orfeo 2000”, is generally regarded as the best of the two, especially for the instrumental parts, while the second, released as Barimar & Capricorn College, contains shorter songs. The band also released five singles.
The band split after the second LP, in 1974.

Capricorn College – Orfeo 2000

Studio Album, released in 1972

Origin: Italy
Genre: Rock Progressivo Italiano

Track Listings

1. Io Più Te (3:31)
2. Adamitico Sound (5:41)
3. Particolare Amore (4:25)
4. Flash Discorsivo (1:30)
5. Cenacolo ’70 (5:02)
6. Orfeo 2000 (5:00)
7. Anatomia Di Una Notte (3:28)
8. Why (3:40)
9. Corri, Corri, Corri (3:40)
10. Sei Giorni Su Sei (3:57)

Line-up/Musicians

Nino Antonino / guitar, II flure, bongos, chant
Pino Ferro / II guitar, chant
Oreste ferro / bass, chant
Adamo Biello / drum, percussion, chant
Alifranchini Guerrino / flute, tenor sax
Mario Barigazzi (Barimar) / piano, organ, harpsichord, eminent 310, tumbe, arrengement and direction

3 Responses to “Capricorn College – Orfeo 2000 (1974)”

  1. MarkProg Says:

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  2. jay south Says:

    Adamo Biello, ti ricordi di me? La cantante inglese alla Carousel, Genova?Quanti anni sono passati! Se hai un momento, mi farebbe piacere di sentire da te.

    Un gran saluto dal’ Inghilterra.

    Jay

  3. ernesto martinez Says:

    me gusta el rock progresivo italiano

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