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Edgar Allan Poe - Generazioni (Storia di Sempre) CD (album) cover


Edgar Allan Poe


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.78 | 80 ratings

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3 stars 01. Prologo The progressive Italian if initial, soon the dircussos begin. The Italian is a lovely language even. The strangers keyed to the bottom of the speech are sensational, an eternal arpegio of piano and a 'sound' of the synthesizer, giving a tremendously apocalyptic atmosphere, while the bumbo of the battery marks the beat of heart. When the music in you begins the almost acoustic bass of Marco Maggi it takes the band, while the guitar jazz and cleaning of Beppe Ronco goes flat almost without stopping. Practically an instrumental and very well arranged subject.

02. Considerazioni Low, the sounds of the synthesizer enter, the battery of Lello Foti gradually is fitted in the music, the guitar also gradually and discreetly is appearing also. Here the power is of the organ Hammond de Giorgio Foti who also is responsible for the vocal ones of the band. Several brusque changes in the song, riffs strangers, me them completed. When the vocal ones enter more arpegios of piano, next the stranger riff counts seizure of the song again until the vocal ones enter again. Sensational the pártes of keyboard of the final session, including also the bass duplicated soon after, are still these things, not very common, what leave me glad, more if tratanto of music.

03. Per Un'anima When it 'bleated' to the guitar, of those sentimental ones and of it cut heart what only the progressive Italian could do. Unfortunately that also was lost by the time. The keyboards 'orchestrated' to the bottom value and much to short song.

04. Alla Ricerca Di Una Dimensioni Devastating this track it begins already with strength. The keyboard dominates, but the guitar wha doing the melody joined is sensational also. The vocal thing enters in somewhat mystic way. In what it would be the second part of the song to thing it is more 'glad, with a more constant beat, one would slam almost funk. But do not be left enganr, soon the subject returns to put on the house down. Which keyboards are this almost in the end? Fabulous!

05. Ad Un Vecchio Did you imagine a video game when you bind that one began? Because I yes (laughters). The pulled rhythm of the battery half broken jazz, already leaves quite clearly the intention of the somewhat improvised song. The vocal ones enter under a broken melody and strange melody. The melodic parts are all somewhat strange ones and full ones of breaks, of round trips. The following instrumental thing has a worthy riff of the King Crimson. In the sequence more keyboards taken away straightly of the plays of video game (laughters, all are known by us, that in 1974 that 'almost' was not existing, and than all the soundtracks of plays finished going out from the synthesizers in the beginning of everything).

06. There Batalla Del Cane Infelice The mandolin appears here for the first time, fantastically! He doing the melody and the guitar when there is giving base so much for the ground all that for the vocal thing (what was very pretty), the bass accompanies everything in the distance and quite seriously. A sensational, worthy folk of being in the disc and also one of the distinctions of the same thing!

07. Generazioni It binds other one more acoustic and also fantastic. The guitar giving supports to the ground of synthesizer. A gloomy sequêncio with the vocal sussurado. But what follows is the most pure and fantastic progressive Italian, of those tracks that it comes in a crescendo, I risk already saying that to the best of the album. It is a song that gives name to the disc that is printed by one of the capes more legal than I already saw. The second part of the song is sensational, the vocal ones on the surface of the skin, the keyboards 'warning', and the completely sensational band. End more excellent what!

ProgShine | 3/5 |


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