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3 stars ...E Fu il Sesto Giorno, this is the first Metamorfosi album, 1972.

This Progressive rock album is very interesting and good.

Even if the songs are a bit short but with a powerful rhythm section with good Guitar parts with classical passages and passages of flute and baroquisms and symphonic parts by Organ and Moog and the powerful charismatic voice of the singer and all that makes this album pretty original.

The band Metamorfosi and the album has the typical arrangements and atmospheres of the symphonic Italian Progressive but also with the Psychedelic vibes of the early seventies especially influenced by rock musicals of ''Jesus Christ Superstar''1970 and also how are written the lyrics and cover images of the album.

....E Fu il Sesto Giorno, it's a good original Progressive album and that anticipates as an introduction what will be their second album.

METAMORFOSI ....E Fu il Sesto Giorno (1972) three stars and half (***1⁄2). .

In the same year 1972, Metamorfosi make another album, this time inspired to a poetic and literary work to the epic poem (Sommo Poeta) Dante Alighieri and the greatest works literature the Divine Comedy (La Divina Commedia) focused on the part of Inferno.

''Inferno'' is a masterpiece concept album creating a very complex Progressive music with characteristic symphonic baroque arrangements but with more powerful hard and dark sound and the voice of the singer Jimmy Spitaleri borders on Opera.

Metamorfosi,Inferno,1972, but this is another story .....

RisingForce | 3/5 |


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