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STORIE E CONFESSIONI

I Dik Dik

Rock Progressivo Italiano


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Kazuhiro
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3 stars It is guessed that it tended to absorb the Britain and United States music perhaps for circumstances of the music of Italy of the 60's and to digest them. The wave of the beat lock surely infiltrates Italy and various bands have developed with the culture of the home country. If PFM is made a starting point, a variety of music characters will guess that there was groping compared with other countries other musicians by riding on those waves. The band in Italy might not have been progressive by the of course digestion. For musicians before PFM, not having hung so much either is true at time though it keeps groping and they cause the revolution until the world is told the music character enough. The flow of the beat lock was drawn first for this I Dik Dik and the music of other countries had been absorbed. They raise results such as participation in the music festival and winning a prize and their styles are established gradually. It was announced to 1972 that they had rid on the wave of Prog Rock "Suite Per Una Donna Assolutamente Reativa". Their music characters exactly develop the direction to the music till then and challenge. The wave will surely infiltrate them and inform them of the name of Dik Dik with the element of symphonic. Bands such as Equipe 84 and I Giganti also gradually took the element of Prog Rock and it gave birth to the masterpiece. In the element of Dik Dik, the flow of the clear tune and the chorus of the song are one of the charms. The music character is developed further, and they extend overall in the element of a so-called love lock and are kneading it in this album. The flow that other musicians' tunes etc. are made to compose the album without the sense of incompatibility over the whole volume while taking it, too might be one top for them. The sense of unity exists also in the composition of settled tune. Intensely it listens and the [koeru] tune never stands out. However, this album is certain kinds of representatives' of them who are more advanced on the road to Prog Rock works if it thinks about the history of the music of Dik Dik. It can know the flow by connecting with "Volando" to express their music characters splendidly.

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