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VIETATO AI MINORI DI 18 ANNI

Jumbo

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.08 | 110 ratings

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ProgShine
4 stars 01. Specchio The voice is the differential (90% of the Italian vocal are good), with Alvaro Fella is no different. The band has brought a calm environment / medium strong and full voice yelled in lungs is a hit. Full of breaks and rhythms for guitar and tape (laughs). Several interpretations of variants with flute and guitar and bass. Forward means of a mess of guitars in a fast pace of the band, almost a progressive speed (more laughter). Pianos links melodies for violins and dreams. And much violin and piano. But it is the voice that surprised even to the end.

02. Come Vorrei Essere Uguale A Te A start light and folk. Delay until you get used to hearing with the small volume of sound. When the man takes the same bassist Aldo Gargano is a show that the destructive line. The pianos of Samuel Conte always present. And in the band a series of blows, which I am not sure whether or synthesizers are blows, I think the mayor is right the second.

03. Il Ritorno Del Signor K More calm, a folk guitar and the piano. This time the vocals are more relaxed for the instrumental track. At the end of the song surprise, 78!

04. Via Larga Seems like a Cartoon, maybe to illustrate the cover of the disc! Guitars well and good interpretations drawn from the battery Vito Balzan. The whole band singing a piece of cartoon together. Several Jasons keyboards as Celeste, typical design.

05. Gil Ballad of guitar and vocal and interpretive. Full details of the guitar, and a good keyboard solo in almost over. This is where the band enters a crazy time doing super-broken and full of details, Pupo Bianchini of the guitars are always well boladas and rings. After a very crazy last part quiet and pensive.

06. Vangelo? Full of percussions, everywhere sounds of some kind of percussion, keys and many lost some blows. Many parts in a different time broken, and many quebradeira everywhere. Until a few bells lost the road. A good jazz guitar takes care of the environment while the guitar is based. But what is crazy is the head of the quasi-jazz crazy full of details.

07. 40 Gradi The various' barulinhos' start so bland. Line bottom excellent! Many guitars. Of course, many of the great voice of Alvaro. Another highlight is the guitar than the drums, very well placed in all the details of music, including percussion. A beautiful melody in the middle front. A climate and space, with a sax lost here and there.

08. No! In the continuation of 40 Grade dedilado opens up a guitar and the song, right there in the background keyboards, flutes and intersections are low is a clear line of jazz / cool. When you enter the voice is almost a tirade, a speech. Soy soy against government, or something. To eliminate many flutes and guitars fade in out.

You know what? What good disc! Full of details and a sensational voice.

Source: www.progshine.com

ProgShine | 4/5 |

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