Genfuoco - Dentro l'Invisibile  CD (album) cover




Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.62 | 37 ratings

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3 stars Another short-life Italian band. At the end of the magic decade, when prog music went slowly walking to the abyss, Genfuoco realised this only album, giving to the listener very moody music with good Italian vocals. Adding sax and flutes to the traditional keyboards, guitar, bass and drums, "Dentro l'Invisibile" was an interesting effort though not a classic. Don't expect the typical Italian symphonic sound nor the soft majesty you can find in another moody band like, by example, Celeste. Genfuoco's music is a sort of jazz-folk-prog fusion, melodic and accessible, and -if there aren't fantastic songs here- it's generally a nice album, standing out the jazzy Ouverture and the homonymous last track.
Marcelo | 3/5 |


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