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Il Balletto Di Bronzo


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.23 | 523 ratings

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5 stars Wow!

This album is just beautiful, a true masterpiece of progressive rock history, also it was one of my first Italian albums ever, maybe because of this my love for that country and it`s music started to grow, since then i have listened to it so many times, and it`s always the same feeling, great!

An obscure syphonic album which could be a bit annoying for some people because of the vocals and of some dark piano passages, even there`s a part in the last song which has repetitive bass notes, you could get desperated when you listen to it, for me, is simple fantastic, nothing annoying for me, i love the vocals, Gianni Leone is one of my fav singers in the Italian scene, the music is always great, each song has it`s moments, the language is beautiful and the dark mood and music makes it yet more special.

Maybe the highest or best point of this album is the use of piano and synths during the album, it has 5 songs with names of Introduzione , Primo, Secondo and Terzo incontro, then to finish with Epilogo which is the greatest of them all because of its blend of piano ,voices and great drumming. But it also has an extra track called La Una Casa Comoda which is a nice end of the album.

I really love this album, i could say that im a fan of it, not of Il Balleto di Bronzo, i think it was their only masterpiece.

memowakeman | 5/5 |


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