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Arti E Mestieri

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3.61 | 22 ratings | 1 reviews | 5% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Alba Mediterranea (4:40)
2. Gianfranco (4:24)
3. Danza Di Luna (6:03)
4. Petra (5:01)
5. Aura (2:52)
6. Cinderella (0:53)
7. Il Canto Del Mattino (3:52)
8. Prometeo (1:41)
9. Ode (2:15)
10. Gravita 9,81 (5:32)
11. Flautofonie (4:02)

Total time 41:15

Line-up / Musicians

- Marco Roagna / electric & acoustic guitars
- Beppe Crovella / Hammond, piano, Mellotron, Rhodes, Wurlitzer, clavinet, Yamaha Motif, Moog, accordion, orchestral sounds (sampled), vocals (1), producer & mixing
- Corrado Trabuio / violin
- Alfredo Ponissi / soprano,alto,tenor & baritone saxes, flute, clarinet
- Roberto Cassetta / bass, vocals
- Furio Chirico / drums, percussion

- Luigi "Gigi" Venegoni / acoustic & electric guitars (4,11)

Releases information

New recordings of a selection of old songs

Artwork: Nicola Randone

CD Electromantic Music ‎- AEM 95251 (2004, Italy)

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ARTI E MESTIERI Estrazioni ratings distribution

(22 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(5%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(41%)
Good, but non-essential (41%)
Collectors/fans only (5%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

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Review by lor68
4 stars After a brilliant career 30 years long, this "Estrazioni" confirms such a remarkable talent regarding A&M and their good creativity as well.then consider their experience and you understand the meaning of their efforts still nowadays!! For instance you can listen to an old tune of progressive jazz, entitled "GravitÓ 9:81", dedicated to Demetrio Stratos, but you can find also a typical blend (for their excellent standard) of rock and jazz, plus the Mediterranean melodies, characterizing the music colours of my Country!! The same job has been performed for example by "Periferia del Mondo", but perhaps with a different approach-sometimes a bit forced- even paying their tribute to the ensemble of A&M itself: as for all these reasons, especially by considering the longevity of this latter, you remain satisfied at the end. The short duration -42 minutes- avoids such a disturbing "mannerism" regarding the jazz progressive scene, by means of an intelligent arrangement and an elegant choice also concerning their fine harmonization!!

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