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3.78 | 13 ratings

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1967/ 1976
3 stars OH, QUANTO SIAMO BRAVI... (eng: 'Oh, how good we are).

I do not think that some albums are for everyone. The difficulty for those who have sufficient knowledge of the avant garde Prog in the case of Garamond is very high. In first because garamond style is Jazz and Rock mix with Zappa and Canterbury but the evolution of Garamont is clear that in kind of music that I call 'abstract music'.

'Quant'altro' (eng: 'Whatever) is a typical Lizard Records album because is an album not commercial. I do not have sufficient knowledge to judge the music. Yet I can say that 'Quant'altro' is the kind of album that I call: 'Oh, how good we are'! only that in this case the music is good for me.

I do not have a particular song that please more respect to other song. So please me the sound, extreme modern in the way of tradiction. Some songs are pure mad songs, other songs are more close to Frank Zappa and other songs are Canterbury (also if not fir sound). In general the songs have a good RPI trademark (also not all the songs have this trademark).

Certainly, if avant garde prog is your type of prog Garamond is another band that should be investigated.

1967/ 1976 | 3/5 |


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