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Eris Pluvia


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.77 | 70 ratings

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Paco Fox
4 stars An italian record that mixes pastioral feelings and Camel influences. Like some other folk-prog or folk rock groups (Gwendal or Celtas Cortos for example), they shine with the use of sax to spice up their sound. Although this instrument may seem out of place in the folk language, they make it work pretty well. The melodies are also very good, what makes me enjoy this group above the similar fellow contrymen Hostsonaten. The title track is the standout song of the record, and most of prog lovers should appreciate it. The rest of the disc features several mellower compositions that, while not being bad, are not up to the first song. This, and the fact that I don't find the singer is at the same level of quality as the other performers (maybe because of the accent), lessens my overall enjoyment of the record, although I recommend it.
Paco Fox | 4/5 |


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