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Locanda delle Fate


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.09 | 316 ratings

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4 stars Legendary album that pretty much closes the book on 70's Italian Symphonic prog. Sounding like a cross between PFM, (the majestic keyboards and flutes) and Banco, (the raspy, but excellent singing of Leonardo Sasso and guitars). They don't copy, btw, they just learned from the masters and came up with their own sound. Every track has incredible piano and I must say for an Italian prog album, I actually hear the bass being played! Can't say that for many in the genre :-). Delicate at times, time signatures switch at the drop of a hat and yet they can rock out. The album is a fitting end of an era. It'll be years before any other Italian band that plays this style of prog can compare. A must have gem that would have been 5 stars if not for the last track that, for me, is a tad over orchestrated. That being said, for all the fans of Italian prog, its an essential album! 4.5 stars.
NJprogfan | 4/5 |


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