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Enzo Capuano


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.66 | 30 ratings

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4 stars Is it folk really?

I guess it has elements of folk (which seems to be such a small word for the big range of styles it supposes to represent), still I would not particularly call this work "folk", not even "progressive folk", just because it seems to be so much more than and different from a lot of other music. It tells a story in music though, that perhaps is "folky".

In a way it reminds me mostly of Harmonium's five seasons I guess, not so much because the music is similar, but since both albums are similarly "velvety". I really appreciate the music, the voice, but this velvety aspect adds to it being "whole", no need for additions, just ok the way it is, complete and good.

What else can I say? That it's quite emotional? Melancholic? Untraditional? Exciting? Well, I think it it is. And beautiful too, but that of course is a matter of personal taste. A five star master piece for me, but I'm not sure it really is essential, a 4+ therefore here on PA.

As a side note; only 15 ratings until now, I do think this album is underrated and deserves more exposure.

jeromach | 4/5 |


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