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4.04 | 183 ratings

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5 stars Lazuli are a French group that do eclectic progressive rock with a lot of emphasis on melodies and powerful and brilliant developments. This album "Le fantastique envol de Dieter Böhm" is their ninth work and it is the first I hear from them, but it has already catch me to the point that I am giving a good review of the rest of their discography. The axis of this band is the Leonetti brothers, one of whom, by only being able to use one hand, plays a curious instrument made on purpose called "Leode" and which has a very interesting sound. Also, I find very refreshing to hear an album of this style sung in French: it sounds very lyrical and it suits perfectly the epic style of musical storytelling. The melodies and the developments are really beautiful and they combine energetic moments with other ones more serene in a very intelligent way. An album that can be heard multiple times without losing its freshness.
DiversionConVinilos | 5/5 |


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