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ROBIN DELLE STELLE

Consorzio Acqua Potabile

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.67 | 41 ratings

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loserboy
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4 stars The story of CAP is a bit of an interesting one for this band from Novara Italy who were around in the 70's yet never released anything from this era and were discovered in the 90's by Kaliphonia Records. 'Robin Delle Stelle' (Robin Of The Stars) is a beautiful album full of progressive arrangements and expressions. Essentially this album is composed of 5 epic tracks which cover quite a range of moods. from calm passages to heavier parts all offering great melodies and instrumentation. This music of CAP is pretty much guitar and keyboard driven with some great supporting bass and drum interplay. There is also quite a range of instruments/sounds on this alum with piccolo, flute, piano, breath taking beautiful operatic vocals on title track. Vocals are handled mostly by Maurizio Mercandino who sings in native Italian and brings a certain operatic feel to their music. Other musicians include Romolo Bollea and Maurizio Venegoni (keyboards); Massimo Gorlezza and Enrico "Chicco" Mercandino (guitar); Luigi Secco (bass) and Luca Bonardi (drums). Overall album is very solid from start to finish and may fit in more with the wave of more recent Ital-prog bands like GERMINALE, FINESTERRE and H20.
loserboy | 4/5 |

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