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La Bottega dell'Arte


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.48 | 20 ratings

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2 stars It is something very difficult to write a review on "La Bottega delle Arte" in his self titled disk, release in 1975. Because in spite of some passages in that the band takes a risk some brief adventures for themes that can be considered progressive, just as in the final section of the track 1 " Il Fiume, Il Villaggio, La Miniera " in that it presents a typical melody of "cabaret", and of the use of some intruments that are easily associated to the rock (especially the progressive) I didn't get to identify his music as progressive music. Except for the track 4 "Camelot" and of the track 6 "Un' Esistenza" (with a beautiful guitar solo, and the vocals in the close section ) that really present characteristics of progressive, the disk is composed of ballads in a pastoral climate or maybe romantic that it didn't really please me. For this reason, my quotation is of only 2 stars..
maryes | 2/5 |


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