I was surprised that the Vol. 2 is missing online, despite the 'high popularity' (haha) of the first fusion masterpiece, which was called Sotto e n'coppa, and appears in the database under the 'Revolt Group' moniker. Probably everyone knows that work already, and it's really wonderful, ranging over a variety of emotions and styles including straight progressive but also the energetic fusion you'd expect from 1976 backed by some pretty militaristic, machine-gun drumming, consider the awesome title track which employs diminished chords for that highly dramatic prog affect:
Also take a look if you haven't already at the verso for that one, the third LP from the top, where he pretends to be peeing against a wall.
Vol. 2 is inevitably not as good as the well-known Sotto, illustrating once again for us the common sense principle that the best albums tend to be the best preserved or remembered, though this does not in any way preclude us from completing these discographies, since randomness seems to play a large part in these losses too. The first track:
The artist's discography is here, and those probably are the only two worth hearing, nonetheless, I threw in, for the curious, the disappointing jazz album from 1978 with Luis Agudo where he this time appears in a quintet in the database. Equally disappointing is the 1983 Acqua which pandered in the end to songwriting and commercialese.
Mention must also be made of the remarkable collaboration he did with our favourite Rocchi in the 1981 Metamorfosis. This library (?) one is a real gem and should be well known to everyone already, I think, due to its involvement with Oscar Rocchi.