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Mr. O
4 stars This is one of the most beautiful touches for me with really classic Italian Prog. It contains an excellent mix of Jazz, Prog and Folk. They used rather many musical instruments, like keyboards, percussion, acoustic guitar and particularly flute. Electric guitar didn't find a place among them, but their Prog Music was based on expressive flute and inventive keyboard playing. And don't forget to mention beautiful vocal parts, which I like so much! Most of the songs were written in rather light melodic manner, typical for 70's Italian Prog with ma. I would like to mark the most expressive part of the album Movimento II (Dubbio) with real Prog elements and strong syncopes. But at the same time, Johnnie Sayre (Il Perdono) contains some psych elements. The last song on my CD is a pleasant ballad Jesahel, which had great success in 70's.

All the music and lyric is written by well-known tandem Ivano Fossati-Mario Magenta. The first one became a very popular figure in Italian music, and he left the band after their successful release.

Mr. O | 4/5 |


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