Sardinian-born, flamenco guitarist Marino de Rosas initial found the instrument at age 14. By the first ’60s, he became a member of his first music group, the Devils, motivated by such hitmakers as the Shadows, the Projects, and undoubtedly, the Beatles. The music group released many singles and made an appearance in the obscure film Per el Pugno Di Canzoni, however in 1969, de Rosas still left the music group to concentrate even more on being along with his family members also to pursue an occupation in geometrics. de Rosas didn’t reject the guitar completely, though, as he produced other bands through the ’70s, including O.K. and La Sintesi. Subsequently, de Rosas begun to change his focus completely to traditional and flamenco electric guitar, two designs that center mainly on fingerpicking. After showing up on many compilations over time, de Rosas released his first single documenting in 2001, entitled Meridies, over the Amiata label.