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One of the few professional bands from the Marche, on the Adriatic side of central Italy, Agorà were formed in 1974 near Ancona, and played a jazz-rock very influenced by the likes of Weather Report or the Italian group Perigeo, with a very limited use of progressive sounds. Two of the band members, Bacchiocchi and Colafrancesco, had already made some records first using the name Paolo e Francesco and later as Oz Master Magnus Ltd. Despite not being so popular they were contacted to play the famous Montreux international jazz festival in Switzerland that gave them a deal with Atlantic. Their first LP was a live album, recorded during that festival


Claudio Bonomi: Agorà Underground

Read "Claudio Bonomi: Agorà Underground" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Agorà Underground Claudio Bonomi 252 pagine ISBN: #978-88-97389-44-6 Crac Edizioni 2018 Il nome degli Agorà probabilmente non dirà molto alla maggior parte dei lettori più giovani, ma per chi ha vissuto la gloriosa stagione del rock progressivo italiano a metà degli anni '70 rievoca uno dei gruppi più ...

Marek Napiórkowski WAW-NYC

Label: AGORA
Released: 2017
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Label: Simon Music Productions
Released: 2015


Label: Sound Aspects Records
Released: 2013


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