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LILITH

Contrappunto

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.00 | 2 ratings

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Marcelo
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3 stars Second album from this neo progressive band that shows, at the same time, interesting and some weak points.

CONTRAPPUNTO's sound is based on keyboards (specially piano) and a female voice potentially very good, but not really expressive. Rythmically, music isn't very complex, going from jazzy tunes to classical approaches, including some soft blues soundscapes.

The album isn't bad, with nice atmospheres and relaxing moments, but there's a lack of melodic line and playing isn't the best: i.e., keyboardist seems to sail between Rick Wakeman and Richard Clayderman beside the above mentioned singing style.

Among contemporary Italian bands, CONTRAPPUNTO isn't the winner, but worth a listen and -if you don't looking for the most elaborated music- "Lilith" has enjoyable moments.

Marcelo | 3/5 |

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