Produced to recreate the design of intensifying music that was so well-known in 1970s Italy, Turin’s Calliope was observed because of its analog keyboard sound and extreme modern lyrics blended with a hard rock and roll rhythm section. Going through several lineup adjustments, the group pursued a far more symphonic style on the 1995 discharge, Il Madrigale del Vento. Calliope was produced in-may of 1989 by keyboardist Rinaldo Doro and manufacturer Beppe Crovella, the previous keyboardist of Arti & Mestieri. The group was shortly augmented with the enhancements of Mario Guadagnin (electric guitar), Enzo Martin (bass), and Gianni Catalano (drums). The brand new band eventually established down a four-track demonstration. Realizing they didn’t have a solid vocalist, the group added charismatic vocalist Massimo Berruti. Despite several difficulties during documenting sessions, Calliope’s initial record, La Terra dei Grandi Occhi (1992), received solid reviews and marketed well. Compiled by Doro, the record had a solid analog keyboard audio that captured the audio of 1970s Italian intensifying rock and roll. The band’s second work, Citta’ di Frontera (1993), was compiled by all the associates of the group and discovered Calliope relocating a more modern direction. Berruti still left the group in 1994, but a well planned solo record by Doro converted into a Calliope task. However, the music group was vastly unique of before. Guadagnin was changed by Aldo Mari while Lele Tosches required over on bass from Martin and Annalisa Gastaldo became the brand new vocalist. Enrico Perrucci was also added on keyboards. This fresh edition of Calliope released Il Madrigale del Vento (1995), that was even more in the hard rock and roll/symphonic vein. Following a release, the music group regrouped once again with Massimo Berruti, Gianni Catalano, and Mario Guadagnin all coming back. Francesco Lannocca became the bass participant. The reunion was short-lived, as Doro quickly left the music group for personal factors, followed soon after by Berruti, who was simply changed by Roberto Coli. Even more lineup changes adopted as both Guadagnin and Catalano remaining the group. After a yr of searching, these were changed by Roberto Zaffaroni (drums) and Diego Ferrero (bass), while Lannocca turned to guitar. Nevertheless, this lineup was also short-lived. In Xmas 1998, both Coli and Zaffaroni stop. In March 1999, Andrea Pallisco became a member of on vocals and Flaviano Sciarpa became the group’s fresh drummer. Although they performed some effective gigs, Pallisco quickly quit to obtain married. Berruti after that tentatively returned towards the group until they may find a new vocalist. In Dec 2000, Ferrero quit and was changed by Andrea Crovagna.