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VOICES BEYOND MY CURTAIN

Tale Cue

 

Neo-Prog

3.40 | 54 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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3 stars Very interesting obscure italian prog band that released only one album in the early 90īs. Itīs really a pity that they did not come with at least one more record. It would have been nice to hear how they would develop from here. Voices Beyond My Curtain is very promising, dark and haunting with great atmospheric feel all over it. Silvio Masanttiīs guitar playing is awesome, sometimes gentle and emotional, sometimes fiery and aggressive, but always passionate. The keyboards are more in the background but add nicely to the overall dark and mysterious mood. Laura Basla vocals are quite original and a little difficult to get on initially, but once you do, itīs very nice and fits very well in the groupīs instrumental tapestry.

Actually is not an easy listen album. It sure takes some time to sink in, but itīs really worth the effort. It grows on you with every listening, and youīll find some subtle details each time. I think it is a must have for any neo prog fan at least (and fans of Rothery and Gilmour, of course). Not really essential to the average prog fan, I guess, but very good and different. My rating is 3,5 stars really. Recommended.

Tarcisio Moura | 3/5 |

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