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DIETRO L'URAGANO

Alphataurus

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.82 | 51 ratings

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ZowieZiggy
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3 stars Superbly skilled musicians, good and passionate songs. What else do you need?

The music you will discover is very good. On line with their debut (which was quite OK to say the least). This album will bring you into another sphere: psychedelia, harmony, skills and scaring moments.

The excellent "Valigie Di Terra" is leading to lots of emotions. Percussion work is superb, harmony is on par: this song is maybe sounding too much of an ELP affair at times, but it provides such a great feel!

This album has been released years later than recorded but it doesn't affect my feel: a good keyboards oriented album and fine compositions. OK: maybe brilliance is alien, but still: genuine Italian music is available and deserve your full attention.

The closing and vibrant "Claudette" is the best example from this album. it is a sublime song which consist of so many different parts: classical, jazzy, bombastic. A gorgeous moment of prog music for sure.

This is almost an all instrumental album and I like it. The mellotron lines of the closing epic are so huge?A fine album for sure. Three stars.

ZowieZiggy | 3/5 |

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