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BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO

Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.28 | 565 ratings

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apps79
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5 stars Formed in 1969 in Rome,Italy, BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO are one of the top examples of the 70's Italian prog rock wave's bands.Founding members were brother/keyboardists Gianni and Vittorio Nocenzi.After some early line-up changes,the band had finally a 6-member secure column to fully develop their ideas on a LP.This would be released in 1972 carrying the band's name as a title.The magnificance,brilliance and majesty of this album goes beyond simple words.''Banco del mutuo soccorso'' is built around the double keyboard interplays of Nocenzi brothers and the crystalline operatic voice of singer Francesco Di Giacomo,featuring unbelievable grandiose organ-dominated parts and classical/crying piano themes accompanied by the expressive/emotional vocal lines of Di Giacomo.But there are also some really amazing rockin' parts,led by aggresive guitars and pounding bass with slight jazzy influences.Balanced between emotions/sensitivity and complexity/aggresiveness this work is an absolute killer of the legendary Italian symphonic rock scene of the 70's,that should appeal to all lovers of demanding musicianship and deep expressions!
apps79 | 5/5 |

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