Italy's leading progressive rock outfit of the early '70s, PFM would have remained a purely Italian phenomenon had they not been signed to Emerson, Lake Palmer's Manticore label. Their sound was more distinctly rooted in the pre-classical era than that of their Germanic counterparts. In addition to electric keyboards (synthesizers, etc.), they also relied on violin and flute (recorder, actually) as major components of their music. Their name, by the way, was short for Premiata Forneria Marconi, the name of the bakery that originally sponsored them. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

P̤r̤e̤m̤i̤a̤t̤a̤ ̤F̤o̤r̤n̤e̤r̤i̤a̤ ̤M̤a̤r̤c̤o̤n̤i̤- Per Un Ami̤c̤o̤-Full Album [HQ]
PFM Premiata Forneria Marconi Prog Exhibition 2010 Live
PFM - Mr. 9 'till 5 and Alta Loma Five till Nine
PFM - Celebration - Live @RSI 1980
PFM live @ Palais Montcalm (Québec) full concert 1° part
P.F.M. - Celebration
Premiata Forneria Marconi PFM - Celebration - Live TV, 1974
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