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INTORNO ALLA MIA CATTIVA EDUCAZIONE

Alusa Fallax

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.02 | 143 ratings

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Gatot
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4 stars I am lucky that finally i had a chance to listen to this album by Alus Fallax. I have been a longtime fan of Italian prog as most of them produced really good quality of music especially when they use Italian language. To me, Italian language is quite prog naturally as it sounds and it merges beautifully with symphonic kind of music. This album proves it really well - not only the language but also the stye of music.

Ever since I listened to the opening track that sounds to me like an overture of the album, I have enjoyed the album in its entirety because the opening track represents an excellent stage setting for the whole listening pleasure of the album. I cannot describe it really well the music but one thing for sure the melody and its nuances created stir my emotion already. Even from the opening track it suffices to say that it's gonna be a good stream of music. My prediction proved to be right as the next track and the rest really blew me away and I was deeply engaged with the music until the final track.

The music is actually blending the traditional kind of melody, I believe, combined nicely with textures and nuances that create wonderful listening experience. Yes there is no heavy part as most segments are basically mellow with memorable melody. The interaction of one instrument into another has created excellent harmonies that flow smoothly from track to track, segment to segment. You will be surprised also by the good work of flute and sax throughout the album. That's good enough to say the symphonic element of the music. Even though the tempo does not change abruptly but there are changes of style as the music moves. One final comment in its composition is the structural integrity of the album that sounds really cohesive and it sounds like a one track overall.

It's really an excellent addition to any prog music collection. It's a vintage album and it's really worth collecting it. Keep on proggin' ...!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

Gatot | 4/5 |

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