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Le Orme (Italian: "The Footprints") is an Italian progressive rock band formed in 1966 in Marghera, a frazione of Venice. The band was one of the major groups of the Italian progressive rock scene in the 1970s. They are one of few Italian rock bands to have success outside their own country, having played concerts across North America and Europe, and releasing an album in English at the height of their success.

Only for completionists (0%). If this was a brand new album of fresh material recorded in the same manner, there would be plenty of reasons to praise the effort here, because all the musicians are in great form. Instead, despite curious little fleeting differences and additions that are momentarily surprising on only the first listen, as it stands & e Sorona 2016' works as an interesting & perspective' at best, and sadly that's all it will probably ever be.

Uomo di pezza is an album by the Italian progressive rock band Le Orme. It was released in 1972 and was one of their best selling works, which won an Italian award disco d'oro. Compared to the previous album, it shows many more classical elements: the opening of the album, for example, is a chaconne of Johann Sebastian Bach, played on piano by Gian Piero Reverberi.

Listen to music from Le Orme like Ad gloriam, Gioco Di Bimba & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Le Orme. Their first album, Ad Gloriam, was released in 1968. From their psychedelic and beat roots, they moved into increasingly sophisticated musical structures.

Other productions from Le Orme.

Cover 300g Mysterious, charming, and wavering, Scoprire Le Orme represents a unique musical experience.

Collage (1971) is the real "first" Le Orme LP, after two previous albums of beat music. It is also the first album to feature the trio's progressive rock sound, albeit in an embryonic stage. As such, it is a mixed bag. On the one hand you get pompous, excessive keyboard workouts that owe a lot to the Nice ("Collage," "Sguardo Verso Il Cielo"), down to orchestral arrangements.