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Panna Fredda


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.52 | 60 ratings

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3 stars This album from the classic era of Italian prog reflects a mixed bag of influences while still retaining the characteristic Italian vibe: lots of keyboards (mostly organ) and gruff, dramatic vocals. I can hear traces of Deep Purple, Vanilla Fudge and even a bit of Hawkwind-style electronics on the opening track. Of course, the ELP-ish classical stylings that many Italian bands incorporated are also present, as well as some good acoustic folk-ish parts. Like many Ital-prog albums, this is far from a classic, but there's nothing evidently wrong with it either. A pleasant listen though and, of course, an essential for Italian prog aficionados.
Heptade | 3/5 |


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