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5 stars Review #12 Here it is again! One of those albums that won't let you go after hearing it for the first time. An album, with such intensity that you can't get enough of it. We are talking about the Italian prog band "LogoS", who have created something magical on their album "Sadako e le mille gru di carta". Admittedly: This is my first contact with Italian-language prog, which is why this album brings an additional component that generally excites me. But hovering over all this is the band's talent for implementing fantastic melodies in their songs, whether sung or played. In the end, that should always be the goal, no matter what kind of music you play. But especially in prog, it's always nice to hear catchy melody lines built into complex arrangements. Luca Zerman's voice transports a lot of energy and emotion within these melodies, so it's always a pleasure to hear his vocals. But also apart from the vocals the band has a lot to offer instrumentally. Starting with the many innovative ideas to present the songs, sometimes tidy, sometimes playful and sometimes complex, "LogoS" manages to present a tremendous variety. The interplay between keyboards (what great sounds!) and drums can absolutely convince.

One of many highlights for me is the second track "Paesaggi di insonnia", which not only contains the already mentioned wonderful melody line, but is also characterized by the playing of saxophonist Federica Zoccatelli. This is immortal prog - simply beautiful.

For me, this album is a masterpiece in many ways, because it touches, inspires, surprises and never gets boring. Every prog fan should get to know this album and enjoy this music. I am absolutely thrilled.

Smurfreviews | 5/5 |


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