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LA TORRE DELL'ALCHIMISTA

La Torre Dell Alchimista

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.91 | 65 ratings

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Warthur
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4 stars Don't let the title of La Torre Dell'Alchimista's second album (Neo) fool you - this is no neo-prog group, but a symphonic prog-inspired RPI band creating music in the tradition of their forefathers in the golden age of Italian prog. Thanks to Ceraolo Silva's presence on flute, there is a very pronounced Jethro Tull influence at play here, but for the most part the sound resembles the prettier and more pastoral end of the RPI spectrum, as occupied by bands such as PFM and Locanda Delle Fate. La Torre's mastery of this particular style of progressive rock is impressive, and even though this debut might not be the most original album out there, it should warm the hearts of most RPI and symphonic prog fans.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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