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De De Lind - Io Non So Da Dove Vengo E  Non So Dove Mai Andr˛, Uomo ╚ Il Nome Che Mi Han Dato CD (album) cover


De De Lind


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.66 | 93 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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4 stars I like this album a lot for several reasons but mostly for the vocals and the hard rocking sound. Of course the folk passages which are usually dominated with acoustic guitar and flute provide a great contrast with the harder edged sections.

"Fuga E Morte" opens with a good rhythm of bass and drums as a gong clashes repeatedly. It kicks into gear 1 1/2 minutes in and vocals follow a minute later. Flute after 3 minutes. A calm with acoutic guitar and flute after 5 minutes. Spoken words with organ 6 1/2 minutes in. "Indietro Nel Tempo" might be favourite track. Flute and acoustic guitar to open before we get some power as the drums and guitar arrive a minute later. Love the guitar here as they just seem to jam. Those fantastic vocals come in after 3 minutes. Amazing tune. "Paura Del Niente" is mellow with acoustic guitar and reserved vocals early before the flute joins in.The tempo picks up 2 1/2 minutes in. Nice bass. It calms right down 3 minutes in before it starts to kick back in a minute later. Some aggressive and raw guitar as drums pound away. Another calm after 5 minutes with flute only before a fuller sound ends it.

"Smarrimento" opens with flute. Guitar before 2 minutes and the tempo picks up before 3 1/2 minutes. It settles back down with flute and fragile vocals. Heavy guitar and pounding drums come in after 7 minutes to end it. Nice. "Cimiterno Di Guerra" opens with drums and gongs before the vocals come in. It turns pastoral before 1 1/2 minutes. This is such a beautiful passage. It kicks in before 4 1/2 minutes with drums and flute leading the way. Guitar and some heaviness 5 minutes in. "Voglia Di Rivivere" opens with fragile vocals and acoustic guitar. Flute after a minute then guitar and drums come in after 2 1/2 minutes as the solitude leaves. Great section. It blends into "E Poi" which contrasts the light and heavy really well.

This is a solid 4 stars.

Mellotron Storm | 4/5 |


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