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PER UN AMICO

Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.42 | 1107 ratings

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5 stars One of the most beautiful and romantic Italian progressive rock albums you'll be sure.

Honestly, this Per Un Amico by PREMIATA FORNERIA MARCONI (P.F.M.) was the first Italian progressive rock album for me. As we can say about P.F.M., their worldwide-debut album Photos Of Ghosts was produced by Pete Sinfield and, to tell the truth, Pete's production could let me know about them. However, my first P.F.M. song was, not Cerebration but Appena un Po', and that encounter should be great! What a beautiful song...Appena un Po' could do make me mercilessly weeping.

One of the most beautiful track Appena un Po', frexible-speedy-jazzy style Generale, soft and smooth album-titled song Per un Amico, avantgarde and immediately-variable petit- suite Il Banchetto, and stable but strong epilogue Geranio...each song has its own position, role and character. This product should be absolutely strict as one story.

Although this album be easy to hear even for English-prog freaks, it should be one of the most Italian and progressive works. I wanna say only...listen with your ears like Dumbo. :P

DamoXt7942 | 5/5 |

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