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Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.33 | 14 ratings

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3 stars ***1/2

The debut album by this new Italian band draws heavily back to the seventies even though it seems to be influenced by some newer music as well. It is the keyboardist Alfio Costa who leads the music. His contribution is a bit too clearly the high point of Tilion though the bassist Bobo Aiolfi deserves a mention as well. The vocals are not bad but I have to say that the majority of Italian bands I have heard have better vocals. There is also some flute and saxophone and these are by guest musicians as are the additional female vocals. Overall, it is a good debut but I don't really find it to be among the best new Italian progressive because of the reasons already mentioned.

Even though there are eleven tracks in the track list there is only five longer pieces. These tracks are also the ones including vocals. The shorter ones are instrumentals and kind of preludes for the longer tracks. The best tracks are "Buio", "Luna" and the 17-minute "Dietro i Ricordi".

Conclusion: A good debut.

geezer | 3/5 |


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