A work by Maurizio Sangineto [birth name], aka Sangy.
Review from rateyourmusic is pretty much spot-on (for once):
"The Sangi album is a very pleasant fusion album, with a noticeable late 70s cruise ship / tropical feel. Sax, guitar and Rhodes lead the solos. Exquisitely played and produced. A very obscure album." [from ashratom]
more from cdreissue:
'The Sangi album is a very pleasant fusion album, with a noticeable late 70s cruise ship / tropical feel. Exquisitely played and produced. As the AC says "I think part of the appeal of this one is the excellent sound quality, especially for such an obscure small label release. I doubt anyone could make an album that has quite this kind of production nowadays." And it's true. For such a small label private production, the rich full sound here is amazing...
Finally, the AC notes "The other interesting thing is that there's a cameo appearance by Lucio Fabbri of PFM." '