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Franco Leprino


Progressive Electronic

4.20 | 40 ratings

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5 stars Recorded in the second half of the seventies, Franco Leprino's only record blends brilliantly the avantgarde electronics and classic RPI aesthetics. Album consists of two sidelong tracks, and tracks themselves are composed by ever-changing themes and landscapes. Certain Modern Classical or Minimalist influences can also be traced here - but record never becomes too esoteric to enjoy. Of two parts, the first is mellower, let's say, symphonic, and successfully creates a magic atmosphere. Part 2 is more experimental, and made with great taste... A fabulous album that, despite its obscurity (which is a shame), can be enjoyed by broad audience, be it Modern Classical, RPI, experimental, or Oldfield-like music fans.
Thandrus | 5/5 |


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