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DA QUI MESSERE SI DOMINA LA VALLE

Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.19 | 28 ratings

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dodaro
4 stars After 19 years Banco's four survivings (Di Giacomo, Nocenzi, Calderoni and Maltese) decided to rerecord their first two albums in modern key. In spite of the word of Di Giacomo "non ho mai amato troppo i rifacimenti" ("I've never loved a lot the remakes") this Banco's album is a perfect example of the prog style of the band. In 19 years a lot of things are changed in the DNA of the band, but with this album Banco's demonstrate that after not really good works like "Buone Notizie", "Banco" and "...e Via", they remains a prog band, with good musicians who can still play at the old manner. The comparing with the original soundtrack of "Banco del Mutuo Soccorso" is not completely winning for the firs edition issued. Infact this remake is really good, the music and the production came from an evolution of band's style, so is too much simple to hear all the instruments playing it's parts... The sound of mellotron and moog is substituted by modern sinthetizers, but the good Nocenzi plays like in the early days. I recommend this album to Banco's evaluetors and to all the evaluetors of italian prog.
dodaro | 4/5 |

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