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PASSIO SECUNDUM MATTHEUM

Latte e Miele

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.90 | 111 ratings

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5 stars First released in the early 1990s here in South Korea by Siwan record (visit www.siwan.co.kr , one of the world's largest progressive music web site) in the domestic market, this album has been a myth to many progressive music fans here along with another Italian maestro New Trolls's grand opus, "Concherto Grosso Pert 1". I especially love its first, third, fifth, eighth and tenth track, but you can fully appreciate its rich taste when you listen through from track one to track twelve. They are seaminglessly connected to be a great picture painted by some Renaissance maestros like Michelangelo and Reonardo da Vinci. Holy, celesial, groovy, this concept album gives us an deep impression of the Italian progressive rock (dubbed as 'art rock' in Korea) band.

You can find much influences carried from this album to many other artists in all genres of music. For example, in an image music video "The gold-colored time flows" of the anime work "Please Save My Earth", you can find its composer Yoko Kanno (who is one of the most creative artist in the world now) absorbed choir-style and soundscape from Passio Secundum Mattheum. Another accepter is Rhapsody, Italian progressive metal band. Their serial concept albums resembles (little or much) those of Latte e Miele. (Am I going too far?)

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