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Le Orme


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.22 | 673 ratings

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5 stars This album, published a year after "Collage", brings the Orme to a higher level.

The music is superb. Symphonic. The songs are perfect.

"Uomo di Pezza" is an album more catchy, compared to the previous. But, in this case, it takes all the possible benefits.

" Una dolcezza nuova" is the beautiful opening track. Significant. ID. These, ladies and gentlemen, are the Orme and their sound. The Hammond and piano sad.

"Gioco di Bimba", probably the most famous song of the band. Released as 45 rpm record. Was an immediate success. It sounds like a lullaby. A fairy tale that hints at a legend. The music is perfect.

"La porta chiusa" it's a scary song. Shady. Is nearer to the sounds of "Collage", but it is very charming.

"Breve immagine" continues in the wake of sweetness. This is a melancholy album, playing on the strings of the soul.

"Figure di cartone" was the B side of 45 rpm record. The guitar and percussion, voice and solo piano. The sweetness.

"Aspettando l'alba" closing phase of the dream. Remember that the time will never erase. Never. At night, the wait. I remember, exactly.

As long as the dream fades, the day is coming. The memories have forgiven in the drawers of the time, and running back. A fight. To lose, to get together maybe. Tonight? Tomorrow? When?

But why do not we have more time for dreams?

"Alienazione" is this. Forty years ago, like today. That time there were the dreams, however...

An album that you need.

anywhere | 5/5 |


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