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Le Orme


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.77 | 118 ratings

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3 stars The hazard is really performing great things. Almost the last albums in a row from three great bands that I am reviewing one after the other (the previous two ones were the great "Innuendo" from "Queen" and the good "The Unauthorized Breakfast Item" from "Caravan").

"Le Orme" showed some definite better inspiration with "Il Fiume" but definitely "Elementi" was much better. Still, since the rating is very limited on PA, both ended up with three stars, although I would have rated the former with 2,5 stars and the latter with 3,5.

When I listen to the great opening track "Il Tuono e la Luce", I can't help thinking of their heydays while "ELP" was a major source of inspiration for them. A great piece of music.

I have always been a fan of the subtle and emotional vocals from Aldo. But when one listens to the title track, one has just to admit that he is brilliant. As was the fantastic Giacomo from "Banco". A jewel of a melody, fully Italian and soooooo pleasant. A highlight.

I will probably soon launch a thread on the forum to discuss all these wonderful come backs from major bands who are releasing such very good work after a very long period of lesser albums (this is just a fair wording).

Musicianship has always been excellent of course, but when I listen to such a complex track as "Si Puņ Immaginare", this core characteristic is even more evident. This is a good "Le Orme" album. Probably in between their latest two albums.

A truly three star one.

ZowieZiggy | 3/5 |


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