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LA TRASFIGURAZIONE

Ornithos

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.80 | 43 ratings

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maryes
3 stars 3,5 stars really. In spite you can find countless well-know "cliché" of rock in this album from ORNITHOS "La Trasfigurazione" the final results are far away to displeasure or boring... at least in the most of tracks. Due to the form of arrangements and the excellent musicians approach of such themes. The musical "landscape" is near to prog rock scenery of 70's and practically include all styles of prog rock (with exception of space-prog and R I O ) you can find - eclectic/heavy/jazz-fusion- and a hint of symphonic and folk. The sound invoke influences from Italian bands like BANCO, CAMPO DI MARTE and some pinchs of Formula 3 ( the two first in a more heavy passages), although, also be presents influences from bands from others countries, as for instance, KING CRIMSOM and VDGG. Besides this influences in some moments you can find unusual elements in RPI, like in the track 3 "Somatizzando l'altare Di Fuoco" (the use of a pedal steel guitar or boottleneck), track 4" L'ipostasi" ( a track with a Rumba or Tango flavor), track 5 " Al Torneo " ( with a intial martial theme). The final result is a pleasent audience . My rate is 3 stars !!!
maryes | 3/5 |

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