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Corte Dei Miracoli


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.68 | 164 ratings

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Zeuhl Glikowski II
5 stars Corte Dei Miracoli, is one of the best lost in times albums of RPI, it's actually my favourite album of all the sub-genre, since i heard it 4 years ago. Every time that i listen this album i can't evite to feel a great emotion, it's very sad that CORTE DEI MIRACOLI wasn't published another album afther this, a lot of the most classic RPI classic bands had a lot of albums like PFM, BMS, Le Orme and Area, and there are great works, majestic albums of the sub-genre, but to me, Corte Dei Miracoli, always be my favourite.

"...E Verrą L'Uomo", it's a great piece, the best way to open the album, seven minutes promissing that it's going to be a masterpiece. After this, the whole album is full of the most pure sounds, really soft songs, "Verso Il Sole" & "Una Storia Fiabesca" had for short moments clearly elements of jazz, and a little bit of symphonic style. "Il Rituale Notturno", is my favourite piece, when it's over, the entrance of "I Due Amanti" it's simply perfect, the longest song of the album, close it with the golden botton.

If you're searching for RPI, you can't miss the oportunity of listen this majestic album, i recommend it for fans of PFM, BMS, Le Orme, Area, Alphataurus, New Trolls, Il Balletto Di Bronzo & Osanna.

Zeuhl Glikowski II | 5/5 |


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