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I Giganti


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.25 | 111 ratings

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5 stars 01. Part Press I-Largo iniziale II-Molto Largo III-Avanti IV-Avanti Tutto - Brutto Moment - Plim Plim V-Al Parossismo Plim Plim - Delicato Andant VI-Rumor - Fine Incombente Well, here we are facing a giant wall (pardon me the pun) and special. The first part of the disc opens so confused, but soon finds a way more 'traditional', that little hard, many pianos and keyboards in the beginning, some great guitars, too. Everything here is played on a pure and emotional. When the voice starts (sensational, all four, yes, everyone sing), starting with some clever guitars. Here the story begins and some spoken vocals, the piano back sensational. Again enter the voice said on the scene, literally, which gives me the impression of one of those films to the Italian Malena, which is excellent! The next part is more 'happy', all singing, a major voice in the background. A small intersection. Then another part emotional, beautiful face of battery, and a save for the special keys. Vocal mad and then return all voices doing a wonderful job. A most Rock first appears here, with rabid and vocal time on high, which lasts just as the voice again and also because it is time to 'park'. Part instrumental longer with various parties' orchestrated 'most vocal and interpretative. A far from full of details and melody bucolic calm and follow up. The piano and guitar chords to marry perfectly with the voice, suddenly ... A strange synth enter into play and ... boom! Changes everything. Rock 'n' Roll with a guitar solo (and keyboard) and everything. But the time it takes to last, just the melody (which is the strength of the disc) back in a sensational subject, the more vocal make it really seems a play, even a musical. What melody PQP. The end of the first part repeats this melody that most sensational, not the small defects ripping (clearly made of one or more LPs) to ruin. The final is perfect, full of guitars and a piano to the fund which was perfect for all 23 minutes of play.

02. Party Monday I-Fine Lontana - Allegro Per Niente Both II-Va La Gatta Al Largo - Su E Giu III-Larghissimo - Inside Tutto IV-Alba Di Note - Rimbalzello Sad V-Rimbalzello Compiacente - Ma Non Troppo Ossetia - Fine The topic that ended in the first part begins here in a manner equal, but at the same time different. The issue here is heavier, and full of breaks, imagine a movie of persecution, those full of action. The guitar the sole issue, the band follows closely. The voice enters with what I imagine to be a flute (or a keyboard very good). But the guitars are they highlight it. And that voice that just are multiplied in the melody that is the main part (and also the most beautiful). Many 'uhuhus' the track too. Here once again the thing changes, a theme all broken and full of fear. The four vocal really make much difference for the music I Giganti (here the Gentle Giant would be inspired? Both in name and in several vocal?). Some echoes of King Crimson here, some blows, parts broken, much suspense in the air. The battery reminds me rather the lines of Nick Mason (Pink Floyd). An abrupt cut and more ... A sequence with a quiet and beautiful and melodic voice and piano sensational. After the sensational voice, yelled, torn, dying to tell what you want when the party is only with bumbo and incredible voice gives a sense, then, can dance and boogie baby, happy to be a little, we get back to you all the melancholy that brings the disc. Back the boogie with their vocal support worthy of the title of great. The chapel of folk round for a moment, renaissance. But little hard, the guitar and vocal torn back, but that will come from-and-tunes (laughter). What vocal barbarians (in honor of a friend). This keyboard 'angelic' gives a feeling indescrítivel would tickle the brain? The noises of the mind? From what I understand very little of the Italian now you get the emotion of the spoken voice, before returning to singing in breach of hand. And also the whole quebradeira. After the music character 'dead ends so banal,' but not the disk! Classic absolouto!

If this is not recognized as a major world records of prog and even by Italian is pure lack of curiosity and attention of their own proggers, which are wrapped in the mesh of the main names of the genre! Wake staff!

ProgShine | 5/5 |


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