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De De Lind - Io Non So Da Dove Vengo E  Non So Dove Mai Andr˛, Uomo ╚ Il Nome Che Mi Han Dato CD (album) cover

IO NON SO DA DOVE VENGO E NON SO DOVE MAI ANDRĎ, UOMO ╚ IL NOME CHE MI HAN DATO

De De Lind

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.67 | 75 ratings

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kenethlevine
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3 stars De De Lind sports a somewhat typical early 1970s sound that adds a little extra British influence into the mix than is typical for Italian bands. The ubiquitous flutes can recall Tull one moment and the Moody Blues the next. For instance "Paura Del Niente" is one of the highlights and features the woodwind extensively in a manner reminiscent of the Moodys' "Legend of a Mind". The centerpiece, "Smarrimento" is more Tullish but then also sounds like Celeste in the latter part with its gentle vocals and acoustic guitar, but of course this disk predates Celeste. Still other parts, such as the driving section of "Indietro Nel Tempo", one of my favourite tracks, seems to presage that quality in some German bands like Jane. In summation, this is very much a record of its time, sounding engaging enough and relatively distinguished if mostly because of the flute, but ultimately not something I need to return to very often.
kenethlevine | 3/5 |

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