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Prog Folk

3.83 | 52 ratings

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4 stars Let me start of as this band debut cd is from italy,and they r prog-folk,Here we r taken on ride thru over 60 mins of muisc that is in italian.this is no jethro tull wannabes so to let u know this know.. this band reminds me of the band cast from mexicos singer and put into folks muisc except its in italian not spanish..One can expect to hear catchy melodies and rhythm ans hooks thru out this cd,The keybords r dominating factor here they r what keeps music alive for over this 60 min journey.Without them this cd would be boring as hell that my opion to me it would be boring as hell..

From the look of the alblum cover one can see this is like concept cd of some kind as u see the horse,and man riding thru to new land,an land that full of rich happiness and folklore.this has J.R. Tolkien vibe to it and it very good make u want to dance. while also having celtic feel to this disc also u can just close your eyes picture the story taking place in italian here in your head.. Some of the best music is in languages u dont know, it keeps it mystery music is more enjoyable to us the listners we get to be deiciders of whats taking place where it gonna take us. All the more this is must have disc for any fan of Italian prog and folks music of it self with celtic influece also.....

I Give This Cd 4 stars out of 5.. An must have cd for italian prog rock fans...

kiligian | 4/5 |


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