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MAXOPHONE

Maxophone

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.20 | 320 ratings

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Dobermensch
4 stars It's such a shame that 'Maxophone' only released one album. They're one of the best Italian prog bands I've heard. I listened to this while cycling to work in the sunshine last week and have come to the conclusion that it's pretty damn good. It's well recorded and there are some truly beautiful moments on it. The vocals are kept to a minimum and there's plenty of variety of sounds from track to track. A brilliant little album from one of the lesser well known Italian acts on this website.

Oh, and for people like me who thought that Maurizio Bianchini who plays trumpets, horns and vibraphones on this recording was the same guy from the 80's noise band M.B and one time friend of Whitehouse - you're wrong. It's not the same bloke.

Dobermensch | 4/5 |

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