Finisterre is one of the most interesting bands to have emerged from the international progressive rock scene in recent years. Drawing on the rich legacy of landmark 1970s Italian prog pioneers, Finisterre is a band that's always keen to experiment -- exploring many different musical directions -- while still managing to have established and maintain a unique and recognizable identity. Storybook documents Finisterre's first American concert, in the Summer of 1997, at Progfest. The music on their MoonJune debut is as adventurous and gripping as we've been led to expect from the band. The repertoire consists of often-extended versions of compositions from their first two well-received studio albums, "Finisterre" and "In Limine", plus a superb cover of PFM's anthem "Altaloma". This is one adventurous disc that will appeal to all progressive music fans, dynamically capturing the excitement of that unforgettable evening.
“... Storybook signifies a delectably appealing addition to the slightly asymmetrical contemporary progressive rock scene. Recommended.” -Glenn Astarita, All About Jazz
released December 17, 2012
FABIO ZUFFANTI: bass guitar, lead & background vocals
STEFANO MARELLI: electric & acoustic guitar, lead & background vocals
BORIS VALLE: Fender Rhodes electric piano, Mini Moog, Mellotron
SERGIO GRAZIA: flute
ANDREA ORLANDO: drums
Recorded live during the ProgDay 1997 -- at Storybook Farm, Chapel Hill, North Carolina on August 31, 1997.
Executive Producer: Leonardo Pavkovic
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