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REALE ACCADEMIA DI MUSICA

Reale Accademia Di Musica

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.12 | 119 ratings

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Thiago Hallak
5 stars Certainly one of the best symphonic albums that came out from Italy on seventies. With an attachment to italian popular music we found many delightful melodies. With a great keyboardist, a guitarrist influenced by D Gilmour and - most of the time - a calm vocal that few times goes to agressive tunes... the instrumental work as delightful as delirious.

Now... the highlights! The orchestral work on "Favola", the instrumental part with a long piano solo on "Il Mattino", the jazzy tunes on "Ognuno Sa", the psychdelic guitar that reminds Pink Floyd on "Padre", the basic rock line on "Lavoro in Citta'" and the great guitar solo together with organ passages on the rockest song, "Vertigini".

...This album is not about virtuosity but it has its moments...

The reason why I consider this album a masterpiece is simple. It has some of the greatest melodies I ever listen and the solos are just incredible!

Thiago Hallak | 5/5 |

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