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Latte E Miele - Aquile E Scoiattoli CD (album) cover


Latte E Miele


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.58 | 69 ratings

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4 stars A very good album, not as good as the first two but, if you like italian prog you need this one too. Everytime i ear that album it remind me of Pink Floyd, guitar sound Gilmour sometime.

"Aquile E Scoiattoli", is a very mellow tune, with acoustic guitar, melodic keyboards and vocal harmonie. A good song but not the best of the album.

"Vacche Sacre", has a very good keyboards riff, a good hook. I really like that song. In the middle you have a slide guitar that could have been in "Meddle" by Pink Floyd.

"Menestrello", this one is very very good :) It starts slow to bild into a very strong guitar solo that goes strait to my hart, WOW!!!!!

"Opera 21" is my least favorite on the album, classical music played by a rock band, that work perfectly on "Papillon" but less on this one.

"Pavana" is a strong track, 24 min of pure progressive rock like it's supposed to be :)

Overall, 4 stars well deserve.

If you are planing to buy any of the "Latta E Miele" album, try to find the "Latte E Miele" box set it's the best to have because it has the three album, "Passio Secundum Mattheum", "Papillon" and this one, in mini-vinyl format. It's not cheap, well it cost less that buying the 3 album separatly, but since all three album are good, it's a good bet, that's what i got and i didn't regret my purchase. But, if you're broke or can't find the box set, start with "Papillon" instead.

Fido73 | 4/5 |


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