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DOPO IL BUIO LA LUCE

Salis

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.95 | 17 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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4 stars The name of this Italian progrock band is derived from the two Salis brothers, Francesco and Antonio. The music on their fourth album from 1979 sounds like dynamic symphonic jazzrock and reminds me of the splendid Spanish band Mezquita, it's also based upon captivating interplay between fiery and powerful guitar and vintage keyboards, including a Steinway Grand piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano, organ, Minimoog and ARP string- ensemble. The level of the musicians is very high, we can enjoy strong soli on guitar and keyboards and many captivating moments: exciting shifting moods and virtuosic piano play in the titletrack, excellent guitarwork in the vein of Jan Akkerman (Focus) in "Peccato Che .. !", a Spanish climate featuring strong vocals, howling electric guitar and orchestral keyboards in "El diablo" and swirling Fender Rhodes piano and fiery electric guitar in "Inquinamento".

A STRONG AND CAPTIVATING ALBUM, FORZA ITALIA!

erik neuteboom | 4/5 |

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