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Area , Demetrio Stratos - The Real Jazz Rock

Area , Demetrio Stratos - The Real Jazz Rock
Performer: Area , Demetrio Stratos
Title: The Real Jazz Rock
Country: Greece
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Released: Oct 1998
Catalog number: 7243 4 97779 2 7
Label: Jazz & Τζαζ, Minos-EMI S.A.
MP3 album szie: 2066 mb
FLAC album size: 1650 mb

Tracklist

1Area ZYG
2Area Megalopoli
3Area Luglio, Agosto, Settembre (Nero)
4Demetrio StratosMirologhi 1 (Lamento D'Epiro)
5Demetrio StratosFlautofonie Ed Altro
6Area L'Internazionale (Live)
7Area La Mela Di Odessa (Live)
8Area L'Elefante Bianco (Live)
9Area Arbeit Macht Frei
10Area Gerontocrazia
11Area Gioia E Rivoluzione
12Area Cometa Rossa (Live)

Notes

Free with issue 67 (October 1998) of Jazz & Τζαζ magazine.

Short intro

Efstratios Dimitriou Greek: Ευστράτιος Δημητρίου April 22, 1945 June 13, 1979, known professionally as Demetrio Stratos, was a Greek-Italian lyricist, multi-instrumentalist, music researcher, and co-founder, frontman, and lead singer of the Italian progressive rock band Area International POPular Group. Born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt, of Greek parents, he studied piano and accordion at the National Conservatoire. In 1957 he was sent to Nicosia, Cyprus, and, at the age of 17, moved to. Listen to music from area & demetrio stratos like Lobotomia, Gioia e Rivoluzione & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from area & demetrio stratos. Area international POPular group, most commonly known as Area, is an avant-prog and jazz fusion band from Milan, Italy, formed in the end of 1972. They are known for being one of the most important and astonishing combos in their genre of all times. Crac is a jazz related rock music album recording by AREA released in 1975 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. AREA - Crac Jazz music community with review and forums. In 1979, Stratos finally left Area, then focusing exclusively on vocal research and on his career as a solo artist. Unfortunately, in April of the same year he was diagnosed with aplastic anemia a severe blood disorder, and transferred from Milan to New York, where he died on June 13, the day before a great fundraising live concert organized by his friends musicians was held. Area 6, Demetrio Stratos - The Real Jazz Rock CD, Comp. Jazz & Τζαζ, Minos-EMI S. AlternativeIndie Rock Art Rock Experimental Rock Alternative PopRock Industrial Jazz-Rock Experimental. Member Of. Submit Corrections. Demetrio Stratos. Follow Artist. Overview . Discography . Songs . Release group by Area & Demetrio Stratos. Album Compilation. The Real Jazz Rock. Cramps Records Italian progressive and avant-garde label, MINOS-EMI. Release group information. Artist: Area & Demetrio Stratos. Type . In 1967, Demetrio Stratos joined the Italian beat band I Ribelli, and in 1972, founded Area. Stratos recorded many records, and toured festivals in Italy, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Netherlands, Cuba, U. with Area, as well as a solo artist and in collaboration with other artists. He - Demetrio Stratos. For video post related to the Italian band from the 1970's, Area. Demetrio Stratos, Mauro Pagani, Paolo Tofani 25 Miles From Nowhere LP Rock And Roll Exhibition Live 1978 Cramps Italy 1979 Demetrio Stratos vocals,. Area - Demetrio Stratos. 19 June 2019 . Tic Tac is a real jazz-fusion album, maybe nothing to do with progressive music we're celebrating on this archive. And this is the only reason why I give it only only is the right word for a jazz-fusion listener 4 stars. After Demetrio Stratos death Area produces this 'Tic & Tac', a sort of fashioned album because Jazz Rock and Jazz Rock in POP style is the style of those time for too Prog bands. The music is not so fresh but good, yes. The music is good also if not Area. Tic & Tac' is an album of Patrizio Fariselli with 2 Ares Tavolazzi songs and not an Area album. This fact penalizes the final judgement because the magic is not the classic Area magic. Area moved towards free-jazz with Caution Radiation Area Cramps, 1974, which also included the electronic poem Lobotomia, but then delivered a calmer, relatively straight-forward Crac Cramps, 1974, featuring the dance novelty L'Elefante Bianco