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LIVE IN ROMA (WITH IAN ANDERSON)

Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.25 | 52 ratings

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Guillermo
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4 stars A live album by PFM with IAN ANDERSON (JETHRO TULL) recorded in Rome in November 2010. At first, it may look a bit "strange" to have a musical combination like this, at least for me. But this musical combination appears in three tracks ("Bourée", "My God" and "La Carrozza di Hans") and works very well, with Anderson playing the flute very well with the band, and also singing lead vocals in "My God" (which was originally recorded by Anderson with JETHRO TULL for their "Aqualung" album from 1971). He also plays a bit of acoustic guitar on "My God". It seems to me that they reheased very well these songs together. The band has a new keyboard player, Gianluca Tagliavini, replacing original keyboard player Flavio Premoil. Tagliavini is a very good keyboard player. The band plays some "old" songs very well, but also including two very good instrumental songs ("La terra dell'acqua", "Cyber alpha 3.1 ") from PFM's album from 2006 titled "Stati d'immaginazione", their first studio album with Tagliavini on keyboards.

This is a very good live album from this very good Italian band, recorded and mixed very well.

Guillermo | 4/5 |

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