There are two groups by the name Anamor. 1) Anamor is an Italian female pop star performing in Spain and in the USA 2) Anamor is a four member Polish Progressive Rock Group formed in 1995 ANAMOR - The Italian/Spanish Pop Performer Anamor is an Italian singer and actress who is pursuing a singing career in Spain, Italy and the United States. Her most recent album MEMELO - is due out in September. Her previous album 'De lo tanto que te amo' enjoys continuous play in the US and Spain. She debuted as actress in the 1984 Sergio Leone movie, Once Upon a Time in America.
1) Anamor is an Italian female pop star performing in Spain and in the USA
2) Anamor is a four member Polish Progressive Rock Group formed in 1995
ANAMOR - The Italian/Spanish Pop Performer
Anamor is an Italian singer and actress who is pursuing a singing career in Spain, Italy and the United States. Her most recent album MEMELO - is due out in September. Her previous album 'De lo tanto que te amo' enjoys continuous play in the US and Spain.
She debuted as actress in the 1984 Sergio Leone movie, Once Upon a Time in America.
And has performed in Italy under the stage name CENERE releasing several singles and albums to much fan fare, among them is L'inferno o l'anima (1999).
ANAMOR - The progressive rock band
When considering the beginings of ANAMOR one has to go back to 1995 when four Polock citizens conceived a band to accompany some occasionally met vocalists (like a laureate of Idol TV programme Bartek Horn). At this time the members of the band were: Roman Kusy (bass), Marek Misiak (guitar), Jerzy Misiak (drums) and Cezary Szczerbak (keyboards).
In spring '96 the band was joined by playing the 12-string guitar Tomasz Rychlicki and the first true vocalist Dominika Owsik. This lineup gave its debut concert on 01.06.1996. The band appeared on a couple of concerts in the summer and won the first prize on "Jesienne Spotkania z Muzyka" in Sierpc in November. This encouraged them to make their first recordings what took place in February in "Radioaktywni" studio in Czestochowa. The demo they recorded consisted of five tracks: "Tylko
tam", "Sweet Fantasy", "Przebudzenie", "Sam", "Post Scriptum". The music they played then was
mainly soft rock with notable progressive influences.
After completing the recordings ANAMOR gave a few performances in music clubs in their home town Plock and gained a stable group of fans. Their songs made their way onto local radio stations.
Sudden decision of Dominika Owsik in autumn 1997 to leave the band stopped its development but
not for long fortunately - in November the band found a new vocalist, also female, Marta
After several concerts and a couple of months of working on new material the band showed up on
"Ogolnopolskie Konfrontacje Muzyczne GITARIADA '98" and won a prize again. At the turn of 1998
and 1999 the band recorded another demo - 7 songs: "Uliczny kochanek", "Na dnie", Dom na ziemi",
"Bede sloncem", "Senna impresja", "Zabic czas", "Sposob na ciemnosc", "Niewidoma". Their music
became more mature, ambitious, with interesting arrangements albeit containing catchy melodies.
In July 1999 ANAMOR gave an hour long performance during "VI Noc Symfoniczna" in Wagrowiec
sharing the stage with Abraxas, Quidam and Colin Bass and receiving decent reviews. In autumn the same year the band experienced another change in the lineup - the keyboardist Cezary Szczerbak made his mind to leave and was soon replaced by Marcin Ozimek. This way crystallised the lineup which survived to this day.
The band continued to perform on various occasions. In July 2000 the band turned up on "Noc Symfoniczna" again. Shortly after, encouraged by success and acclaim, the band decided to record their first full album. Recording sessions took place in November 2001. In KLON studio in Sierpc ANAMOR recorded 10 songs 9 of which appeared on the debut album. The self produced album "Imaginacje" was issued in October 2003.