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Dalton - Riflessioni: Idea D'infinito + (LP-Papersleeve) (CD) 
Vinyl Magic 8016158001228 
 
Genre: Prog-Rock 
Recorded: 1973 
Released: 2007 
 
The original Dalton recorded on the Italian psychedelic scene from around 1967, when they released their debut single, ''Monja''/''Il Giro'', on the GSC label. Further singles over the next two years included ''Era qui''/''Tempo d'estate'', ''Clementine''/''Da Cinque Anni'' and a cover of Shocking Blue's international smash ''Venus'' (backed by the band's own ''Summertime Signal''. The band broke up soon after, only to reform in 1972 around a line-up of founder member Temistocle Reduzzi (keyboards, vocals), Aronne Cereda (guitar, vocals), Alex Chiesa (flute - replacing Mauro Pagani, now a member of PFM), Rino Limonta (bass) and Walter ''Tati'' Locatelli (drums).Rifflessioni: Idea D'Infinito, Dalton's debut album, followed in 1973 and became an immediate underground favorite via its distinctly Jethro Tull influenced contents. The line-up - and the Tull content - was to be shortlived, however. Following one more single, 1974's ''La Donna e il Bambino''/''Il Vuoto'', both Reduzzi and Chiesa quit, to be replaced byvocalist Massimo Moretti and keyboard player Giancarlo Brambilla - Reduzza promptly began work on a rock opera retelling the life of 19th century highwayman Paciana, The Paciana Story - Dalton guitarist Cereda collaborated with him on the project.The revised Dalton made its debut in 1975 with the Argitari album, a folky-inflected set that only occasionally touched the heights of its predecessor - a predicament highlighted by critics who single out the best track as being ''Visione di una Notte d'estate'', recorded with Alex Chiesa briefly back on board.Dalton sank from view following this, releasing just a couple more singles over the next two years. Neither ''Monia''/''Mama dog'' nor ''Presto Tornerò''/''Mama Dog'' achieved anything of note and the band broke up in 1979. ~ Dave Thompson, All Music Guide 
17.99 EUR