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Roz Vitalis



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Roz Vitalis - Lavoro D'amore

A consistent, solid piece of symphonic and ecletic prog, not so avant-garde, but yes, it can be labeled like that sometimes. Shaking a bonanza hot crazy juice of things as acoustic folk and heavy rockin' passages, this multi-layered intriguing album deserves attention if you're looking for the real word "progressive rock" and how could it be nowadays. Fully instrumental, it carries a King Crimson touch in melodic organization format and sound. Very well worked, many instruments rising full of energy and skill to show up in neverending sequences of creative musical dreamscapes. The keys are the highlight of the album. Oh wait, everything sounds good. In fact, the album was based on keyboard compositions by Ivan Rozmainsky, the man behind Roz Vitalis curtains. The arrangement is pretty clever. Also, there's a trumpet which add a jazz feel sometimes for your listening pleasure. The album is already on their bandcamp, check it out!

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