Point out De De Lind to many aficionados of Italian progressive rock and roll and, it?s likely that, they’ll come back in you using the band’s most widely known state to popularity — among the longest LP game titles ever accepted by a significant label (Mercury) — Io Non Thus da Dove Vengo e Boy Thus Dove Mai Andrio, Uomo è il Nome Che Mi Han Dato. A lot more impressively, the majority of those aficionados will inform you that it’s among the genre’s finest ever produces, and send out you out searching for it, on either its first vinyl fabric or via the 1990 Mercury Compact disc reissue. De De Lind shaped in 1969, using a lineup of Vito Paradiso (vocals, classical guitar), Gilberto Trama (flute, sax, keyboards), Matteo Vitolli (electric guitar), Eddy Lorigiola (bass), and Ricky Rebajoli (drums). Putting your signature on towards the Windsor label, they released the one “Anche se Sei Qui”/”Arrive si Fa?” that same season, before getting scooped up by Mercury. Two singles implemented over another 2 yrs, “Mille Anni”/”Ti Devo Lasciare” in 1970, and “Signore Dove Vai”/”Torneremo Ancora” the next season. Io Non Therefore da Dove Vengo e Boy Therefore Dove Mai Andrio, Uomo è il Nome Che Mi Han Dato premiered in 1972, and became the band’s last stand. By the finish of the entire year, De De Lind got vanished, with just vocalist Paradiso ever resurfacing, to get a short-lived solo profession during the past due ’80s.