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Rock Progressivo Italiano • Italy


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Born out of the Cometa Rossa Band (a reference to legendary experimental Italian band AREA), EURASIA boasts five musicians from a range of rock, jazz, pop and folk bands from the Eighties onwards. Vocalist Moreno Delsignore hails from rock band Scomunica, keyboardist Simone Torriano is a jazz musician and piano teacher in Italy and abroad, bassist Paolo Cagnoni performs in everything from folk to metal bands, jazz drummer Diego Marzi is a founder of avant-proggers S.A.D.O, and guitarist Marco Cavallo has switched from heavy bands to jazz-fusion.

Not quite uncompromising jazz-fusion, nor full-blown R.P.I, and too melodic and carefully constructed to be completely experimental or avant-garde, Eurasia's debut 2017 album `Il Mondo Arovescio' offers an eclectic range of styles and sounds. The wilder jagged edges lightly call to mind the above mentioned AREA, the jazzy-rock passages occasionally flecked with Canterbury sound fancy reminds of colourful Italian fusioners ACCORDO DEI CONTRARI or MOOGG, and the constantly dreamy vocals place them closer to younger RPI bands like PROMENADE. All of these are topped off with all the passionate romance, experimental touches and lavish instrumental backing delivered by so many talented progressive groups from Italy.

Biography by Michael Hodgson (Aussie-Byrd-Brother)

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4 stars EURASIA is a promising new fusion band. Though this not exclusively, as the distinctiveness evolves from diverse flirts with other prog styles. Well, at least when it comes to this debut album so far. Initially the guitar blatantly reminded me at Allan Holdsworth, but then suddenly a breathy voice in Italian language appeared ... okay, back to start anyway. Yes, this is fairly focussed on the vocals furthermore. One important point is that Moreno Delsignore's versatile singing perfectly matches the overall smoothy atmosphere. Diego Marzi's drumming is jazz styled all over the course and Simone Torriano varies a lot on rhodes, organ and standard piano.

Due to the second song Fatti I Fatti Tuoi the band makes a move with lively bass and drums. But Il Buio Nero then marks a fallback again into a slight lounge style. My favourite Vado Contro offers a stronger rock orientation with slicing electric guitars. The excellent Bispensiero comes with a proper Zeuhl touch close to Runaway Totem. Partially this sounds like an Italian SBB incarnation somehow. Stylistically rather unpredictable 'Il Mondo Arovescio' really has surprised me, a splendid album worth a try.

Thanks to aussie-byrd-brother for the artist addition.

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