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L' Uovo di Colombo


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.72 | 107 ratings

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4 stars You may call me an ELP sucker but nothing will change my eternal love for the keyboards and organ based songs. This obscure album is very creative and energetic. L'Uovo Di Colombo is another one shot, and this single album couldn't be wrong, a dynamic italian organ based symphonic progressive rock. If my words are making you think of this album as another Keith Emerson worship, this is it. But there's no shameless rip off, like some obvious Triumvirat tracks. All the tracks are enjoyable and it makes my mind. The album has some pleasant RPI (Rock Progressivo Italiano) typical passages, like the track Anja (Coscienza E Vanita).

All the eight tracks worth a check. Most of the tracks are great. The track Visione Della Morte reminds me of the Premiata Forneria Marconi songwriting style, but not so complex. This album doesn't work as a RPI standard album, though. The members of this band would play with other well known italian bands like Cherry Five (pre-Goblin).

VOTOMS | 4/5 |


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