Area - 1978 Gli Dei Se Ne Vanno, Gli Arrabbiati Restano CD (album) cover




Rock Progressivo Italiano

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Cometa Rossa
5 stars I don't want to write as much as I've written to "Chernobyl 7991". But as I think this is still my favourite AREA album, I think I should mention it here. As well as: No Paolo Tofani on this one (was he already heading for India to get lost there?) and at least I don't miss him. Nice trombone sections by one of the meanwhile best hidden bass champions, Ares Tavolazzi; his acoustic bass was as perceivably present as Stanley Clarke's at those times (OK , 2-4 years earlier). And he was playing a mean fretless electric bass, which he started before Jaco became famous for that. Demetrio, Patrizio and Gulio are at their best. Perhaps even better, already somehow matured, than in the years before.

By the way: whether Demetrio and Jaco are playing together up there? Being members of the orchestra of the irreplaceables?

Cometa Rossa | 5/5 |


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