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Il Balletto di Bronzo

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.21 | 394 ratings

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vartskyj
4 stars What can i say , i love this album for a few reason's: 1. This is a very complete piece devided in to section's with an introduction and a epilog. all pieces were put together with absolutly no signs of struggle between them,you just dont find that a lot. 2. A lot of reviewers like to mention gianni leone ,the keyboardist. i would like to mention the drummer who simply cant play in a normal way (no 4/4 here), i think he is one of the greatest and i even dare to compare him to the beloved bill bruford from king crimson (and Yes). 3. The music moves between twisted barock and renessance with touches of modern classical music with a little jazz and all the way to guitar solo's a la hendrix. could you ask for more.

Finally i would like to say why i took one star off. The music here is very good yet quite intense which means that it is quite heavy and not easy to swallow. Although i am not one to break away because of such stuff it can ,from time to time, get quite tiering and for that reason ,although i do love this album,i never listen to it twice in a row. So it's four stars from me with a warning of not for everyone,not for the faint hearted.

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