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FRUTTI PER KAGUA

Capitolo 6

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.42 | 61 ratings

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Doobie
4 stars Yet another great album, this is actually one of my favorite prog-albums. There is great dialogue between the voice, guitar and flute. In some parts in gets pretty raunchy (pesado...pesado...) but it never looses its melodic attributes. The guitar is never to loud, all the instruments are perfectly sinqued and never does one get lost behind another. It changes mood pretty dramatically in some parts, but the changes are never abrupt or out of place it follows a well developed structure.

A really nice classic, the voice is another nice addition. A great example is my fav. pick on the album "Il Tramonto di un Popolo" where the voice is another part of the set of the mood of the whole track, not like in other albums where it just kind of follows along with the song. the best part is the end of the song where it just bursts out with this huge sentimental yell, its awsome! I always try to look for this one album efforts, where, sadly, the band employes/explode all off their creativity into a hand full of really great tracks. Like this type of albums, NOT allong the musical style of Capitolo 6, I could amply recomend Panna Fredda "Uno" and Le ali del Vento "1969-1971" (a girl on vocals, really cool!). Get this album if you dont have it.

Doobie | 4/5 |

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