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Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.79 | 69 ratings

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4 stars Rock progressivo italiano is a very dear thing to me, though not always to my taste. As in any other genre there are highlights and then there's not. When I got my hands on J.E.T's album from 1972 I found myself treated with a record filled with almost everything I love with RPI and prog in general.

The main thing about J.E.T. is the diversity within the hard rock concept. The album is extremely hard and could well be compared with (certain aspects of) Purple, Heep and Tull. Maybe even Sabbath. Within the RPI genre I find they could be compared to bands like Museo Rosenbach Or Campo di Marte. There is, like I've already stated, hard rock elements in a bundle but there are also clear evidence of folk, jazz, classical and certainly alot more influences I cannot think of right now.

Keyboards and guitars, alongside amazing drumming and overall tight musicianship combined with excellent and complex yet accessible songwriting makes J.E.T.'s album a gem when it comes to prog. If you like heavy prog this is for you. Great album!

GruvanDahlman | 4/5 |


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