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E TUTTO COMINCIO COSI '76

Sensitiva Immagine

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.09 | 36 ratings

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Marcelo
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5 stars Another Italian gem. The only SI album, originally released in 1976, is a lost treasure that demonstrate, once more, why Italian Symphonic Rock deserves a special cathegory among progressive sub-genres.

Since first track to last, listeners will enjoy the melodic line, elegance, esthetic sense, energy and creativity, great instrumentation and playing and, of course, lots of keyboards.

There are some influences from GENESIS (specially "Ai Confini del Mondo" -where acoustic guitar reminds "Trespass" moments- and the majestic and emotive "La Favola di Narcisio ed Eco" -reminding some soundscapes from "A Trick Of The Tail"-). It's easy to recognize some PFM influences too, but SENSITIVA IMMAGINE sounds fresh and very original. Another highlights are "E Tutto Comicio Cosi" and "La Giornata" (both instrumental tracks), "Overture" (plenty of variations), the beautiful "Storia Di..." and, essentially, "Harlem". But, really, this album is conformed only by incredible moments.

Wonderful and highly recommended; a masterpiece.

Marcelo | 5/5 |

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