Le Orme - L'infinito CD (album) cover


Le Orme


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.74 | 93 ratings

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3 stars Well the present new effort by Aldo Tagliapietra with "Le Orme" is so close to the spirit of his solo-albums, but it's quite modern in the same time: that's a kind of "New-age", a personal interesting language, inside a "Light Symphonic apparatus", already used within their previous albums "Elementi" and "Il Fiume"...moreover it's a kind of return to their delicious music features contained into some progressive pop albums like "Florian", but according a different music style, a sort of new "Celtic" spirit!! A relaxing mood it is, without any peak of invention, comparable to "Contrappunti" or the early progressive atmosphere of "Collage",but of course it's worth checking out. Besides I like to remark its diverse atmosphere, in comparison for example to the dark mood of "Felona e Sorona", probably their best album,which makes this new album a quite recommended work... By completing your personal collection regarding Le Orme- "L'infinito" is tasteful, as I like listenining to it without being too much involved...it has got a strong personality and cause of all my explanations above it deserves also a major score (another half star at least): after all "Le Orme" are one of the best Italian Progressive Bands of all time, and- even though the present suite is a bit inferior than their best albums mentioned above (but never "dated" anyway...)- check it out !! So you can add an half star in the final evaluation!
lor68 | 3/5 |


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