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Le Orme


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.23 | 867 ratings

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5 stars 01. Sospesi Nell'incredibile Keyboards! Time broken! That breaks that arise, and bells ...! Nice way to show the impact in another way. Enter the voice. Aldo beautiful voice, and the spaces fill the music. Yes! spaces, as would Roger Waters, the secret is in the time that you do not touch and not on what you play. Low battery and the front with the keyboard as a secondary role of melodist. The only great song on the disc (8'43), all others are short and interconnected. Syntetizadores come and change the tone music with the battery in an unusual time (emphasis on the excellent Michi Dei Rossi).

02. Felony Felony already open or you realize that without Sospesi Nell'incredibile ended, guitar and vocals give this song superb tone. Almost a folk is not the meeting of synthesizers that permeate the music, percussions expert gives a special flavor, a small section of flute and ...

03. La Solitudine Di Chi Protegge Il Mondo The trip back, with beautiful arpegios of keyboards and vocals in space. In the end everything changes preparing ground for another beauty that comes.

04. L'equilibrio Urgency is the word that comes to mind listening to this song, a small portion of the disk of desperation in making haste to think of everything. Great emphasis on the bottom row. Keyboards come with tremolo and sounds unusual, to then lead to the piano and time again broken reign, only a preparation for the end of a more beautiful song already seen.

05. Sorona Opening to what would be the next 2 to LP, a melody begins bucolic fella 's of things that do not live Aldo sings with the heart, the soul. Beautiful!

06. Attesa Inerte We started with an unusual timbre of keyboard and (Toni garimpava sounds with certainty, which for a progressive band is amazing), you then make the tone synthesizers' F1 'to the song (listen and understand what I mean) while Aldo sings in different time of the rest.

07. Ritratto Di Un Mattinò Strange, a little scary! Thus begins almost as Endless Enigma Trilogy Part 1 of the band Emerson, Lake & Palmer (without wanting to compare), the movie soundtrack of suspense / horror, which you then toast us with a sweet melody, almost holy. A short epic and beautiful. Bells and piano warn us that it is the time ...

08. All'infuori Del Tempo To that All'infuori Del Tempo pulled start of guitar and voice interspersed body of a keyboard type of church, increasing the feeling of 'holiness' and the disc becomes calm.

09. Ritorno Al Nulla Instrumental single disk, a kind of End of the World, an urgent keyboard gives the signal. Actually it is not the end of World but the outcome of a classic and beautiful heady.

This disc has to be heard by any lover of progressive sentiment, if you like the music that touches your soul, get this disc sit and enjoy!

ProgShine | 5/5 |


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