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3.00 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Andromeda Raptus (4:08)
2. Wendy (2:16)
3. Adagio (3:43)
4. In The Rainbow's Blue (6:05)
5. Mainland (2:21)
6. Your Side (4:34)
7. Andrea's (5:58)
8. Canzione dei vent'anni (3:37)
9. Oasis (2:43)
10. Mainland (Last three parts) (5:56)

Total Time 41:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Michele Tale / guitars, bass, drum machine, keyboards (7)

- Liliana Bodini / vocals
- Massimo Cavagliato / acoustic and electric percussions
- Mauro Cavagliato / classic guitar (8), bass (3, 6, 8), glockenspiel, tambourin
- Oscar Giordanino / electric piano, keyboards

- Gianni Cristiani / flute (3, 6, 10)
- Marco Pinali / keyboards (4)
- Davide Rassotto / lead acoustic guitar (5), electronic strings (2, 5, 10)
- Fabrizio Malvezzi / drums (4)
- Fulvio Bellantoni / bass (4)

Releases information

CD Kaliphonia KRC 008 (1994)

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TALE Senza Frontiere ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(22%)
Good, but non-essential (56%)
Collectors/fans only (22%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by progrules
3 stars Ok, first thing I'll do here is confuse you. Right now we have in our neo progressive subgenre an Italian band called Tale Cue, a Multi National band called Tale and another Italian band called ... yes, really: Tale. When I bought this album I was convinced I had bought something by the Multi National outfit but it appeared it was the one just recently added here, the Italian Tale. Somehow they all play neo prog apparently. I was sure this band did so too because the music on this album sounds surprisingly much like Edhels' excellent release from 1988 called Still Dream and that album is 100% neo prog.

This is the delicate, dreamy style I can appreciate a lot at times that is when I'm in the mood for it. The music is serene and restrained, the main difference with Still Dream is that this is an 80% instrumental album where Edhels' pinnacle is 100% instrumental. The few songs on this one we can hear vocals is when Liliane Bodini does her job. Also her voice is serene making this release a modest album.

When you like this kind of music it's highly recommended but that's up to you. The stream song In the Rainbow's Blue gives a pretty good impression of what you can expect. First track Andromeda Raptus is the highlight for me but not all songs are equally great and so I will have to limit the score at three stars for this album (3,2). Nice hidden gem.

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