Quintorigo

Quintorigo

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Quintorigo

Quintorigo is an Italian band founded in 1996 by John de Leo, who left the band in 2005. Their genre vary from experimental, jazz, reggae, pop and rock music. Although the musical ensemble is composed only by acoustic instruments, the band often makes heavy use of sound effects like distortion, flanging and wah-wah.

Band members

  • Andrea Costa - violin
  • Gionata Costa - cello
  • Stefano Ricci - double bass
  • Valentino Bianchi - saxophone

Former members

  • John De Leo - vocals, left the group in 2005
  • Luisa Cottifogli - vocals, left the group in 2009
  • Luca Sapio - vocals, left the group in 2012

Discography

Albums

  • Rospo (1999)
  • Grigio (2001)
  • In Cattività (2003)
  • Il Cannone (2006)
  • Quinto (2006)
  • Play Mingus (2008)
  • English Garden (2011)
  • Quintorigo Experience (2012)

Singles

  • Bentivoglio Angelina (2001)

Live recordings

  • Nel Vivo (2004)

References

External links

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