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Pazzo Fanfano Di Musica


Symphonic Prog

4.63 | 32 ratings

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5 stars Maybe a premature review. After read BrufordFreak previous review about this supergroup called Pazzo Fanfano di Musica, I promptly tried the whole album, and I'm listening to it until now. After a good time, I found a different symphonic prog album that sounds so sweet. RPI from Japan. That's totally crazy! I don't know why this is actually so unknown, but it keeps the album surprising even more. The pastoral, classical, and castle age folk music, all fused by great japanese musicians. A lot of brilliant passages, and sometimes it reminds me a lot of Steve Hackett. Fiori per Algernon, the second track, was my favorite moment. Goddamn perfect. The japanese female vocals fits perfect with the songs. I haven't found anything as good as this from post 70s japanese musicians since Yousei Teikoku, avant-garde random artists and video game soundtracks. The violin, the piano, guitar, the mellotron and organ, it would be a sin to skip any track of this masterpiece. The tracks has several radical changes, throwing some angry moments too. An awesome ecletic interpretation. A soft but complex album, full of special touches.
VOTOMS | 5/5 |


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