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Panna Fredda


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.62 | 93 ratings

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3 stars 01. La Paura Atari! This is what we have here, Atari! Look at that in 1971, it was a fantastic thing, do not laugh! A beautiful riff well with a great voice. The flaw in music are everywhere. A beautiful line of low Carla Bruni. Soils of very interesting body. In fimais riffs and a slight acerelada purposeful.

02. Un Re Senza Reame The beginning is almost a groove if he was not so disappointing. Should last as hard. Following the keyboard who is boss. When the voice on the scene who does enter the basis of all is the guitar leaving all the beautiful melody and full of melody. Almost a church is made below with organ and choir. After the drum 'n' bass is started with Carlo doing a line of low and very interesting Filippo Carnevale imposing the battery is so strong and good technique.

03. Un Uomo Riff and all those touched by a choir scary, a dark atmosphere in the beginning soon replaced by a melody at the same time giving and sunny. The groove is a low-bed for the sole keyboard, accompanied by a guitar repeat, at least until they get the odd, however well executed ground. The coral dark gives the guys again, a nice arrangement. After the keyboard takes fire.

04. Scacco Al Re Lot A beautiful melodic guitar now opens the song very well. Full of virtuous instrumental passages. The voice as always very well executed, it is amazing how the Italian vocalists were very good, 90% of cases the voice are wonderful. After a phase marchinhas and cheerful type, we have the medieval part, with almost all acoustic instruments and harpsichord, but lacked a flute, the band had a suit of blows, but before recording the album. End energy with the return of the theme.

05. Il Vento, La Luna E Pulcini Blu (Sole Rosso) Controlled by the guitar, that is who makes the main melody of the top track also has a very interesting harpsichord in the background. Many different tones, including the effects of low cehio serious and strange, but interesting. A 'Flute' until it appears that here, but if the keyboard is imitating it, almost there (laughs). Full of guitars, including solando, the longest track of the album is watered psicodelia, full of purpose and a harpsichord that is repeated for a long time. The vocals are sung in an emotional, as if the heart sing and not just the throat. The best do this, look for example at Locanda Delle Fate. The end of the song is marked by harpsichord melody that is completely indifferent to the rest of the band and is' relegated 'to the left channel while the guitar is to the right. Nice line from below.

06. Waiting Starts apocalyptic. The keyboard makes the difference and it is incredible, we have a school of Keith Emerson and his million tones in Moog. Lasts little more than 1 minute, because the band will enter a melody full of immensely interesting. One of the highlights for sure! A guitar sound completely fills the space. While bass and drums are a couple perfect for the base. A crazy end to the disc.

Many bands to listen to Italian people, and I have a lot of them around here so quiet that you will stop listening to them too.

ProgShine | 3/5 |


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