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3.45 | 12 ratings | 2 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Pieroino (3:03)
2. Pesce Spada (3:00)
3. In the field (2:53)
4. Kinder Triste (3:35)
5. The end of a corrida (2:18)
...6. In una sera d'agosto (5:18)
...7. Danza Della Farfalla (2:13)
...8. Pensiero di Cristallo (1:31)
...9. Mille Pensieri del Gatto (2:53)
...10. Dubbio Notturno (3:41)
...11. Canzone di Marte (1:24)
...12. Sogno Aurora (2:49)
13. Concerto Rosa (4:48)

Total Time: 36:23

Line-up / Musicians

- Nino Cotone / violin
- Giuseppe Brancaccio / bassoon
- Maximilian Brooks / piano
- Pietro Lusvardi / contrabass
- Carmelo Gullotto / vibraphone, marimba, percussions
- Alessandro Pacho Rossi / drums, percussions

Guest musicians:
- Stefano Sala / bass clarinet
- Massimo Oldani / trombone
- Gioacchino Sabbaddini / trumpet

Releases information

Music Center 2001

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GATTO MARTE Pieroino ratings distribution

(12 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(42%)
Good, but non-essential (42%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Sean Trane
3 stars Saw them live as the opening act of Univers Zero and Daniel Denis (of UZ) played drums with them so I got to see a special concertwhere there was only four members (no drummer). If I had to compare between this record bought that very same night and the concert, I would tell you to see this live, because it gives a better sense of what they are trying to do. Can't really call this music rock anymore as this is closer to classical music but is not really RIO either (in the Henry Cow or U Z sense of the term) . This could be linked to Chamber Music but in a very twisted and bizarre way and the fact that this almost totally acoustic reinforces this . Most of the record goes by you in a calm-make-no-waves manner until one gets to the long suite (track 6 to 12) where some sections go overboard sometimes veering towards Musique Concrete with all sorts of bizarre noise . Although I doubt that I will play this album that many times anymore (six spins in my deck before reviewing it) , I doubt that this album will stand repeated listenings. If you are a fan of the musics mentioned in thgis review , this has good chances to please you but if you are not that big on those styles , you might want to get your ears on this first before dishing out the dough. Still worth the spin for the adventuresome proghead though.

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4 stars Very tasty chamber prog rock.I was very pleasently suprised how well they were playing their repertoire.I am not regreting purchase of this album,I am listening this album more often then I thought I is mostly instrumental work except a third song In the field which is by the way very be ... (read more)

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