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TALSETE DI MARSANTINO

L' Estate di San Martino

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.02 | 114 ratings

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thebiggersound
5 stars The third chapter of l'Estate di San Martino is probably the consecration of this group so long- lived but strangely with only three albums released. The history of Talsete is fascinating in real prog-style, an archivist with the dual role of guardian of knowledge and the essence of progressive music. In this sense be seen the illustrious collaborations of Steve Hackett, Francesco di Giacomo and Bernardo Lanzetti. The compositions are of great freshness and originality both from the point of view that rhythmic and harmonic. The amount of music in each song is such that is necessary more than one listening to discover the depth. The sounds ranging from classic prog to most modern. 12-string acoustic and electric guitars with analog and digital synths and vocoder. The colors of the saxophone and the flute and the addition of bass pedals enrich the entire job. A particular note for the great drum parts and for the quality of the recordings. Even the packaging is beautiful, in style with the previous covers of the group. There is also a limited vinil version...Whoaa
thebiggersound | 5/5 |

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