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Floating State


Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.92 | 40 ratings

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3 stars Floating State, this unknown italian band mange to create only one album named Thirteen tolls at noon in 2003 and then gone into oblivion. The sound is reminescent of seventies, a combination of folk parts, symphonic elements also present, some rock passages all under progressive atmosphere. There is also some medieval folk atmosphere with flute, piano and even sax , we might think Jethro Tull for influence. There are only 5 pieces, but two of them are very lenghty, one of them White flower is nearly 22 im while Pilgrimage to Nowhere has no more no less then 45 min a giant epic, but the music flows nicely, crescento with nice musicisnship, well developed arrangements and funny voice of Moschini, it sounds like a flower power vocalist from late '60s, not really bad but sometimes it sounds little goofy. So, a pleasent album, not great but ok most of the time, very nice is the art work and booklet, nice drawings and all. 3 stars I think it deasearves.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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