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Sensitiva Immagine


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.10 | 62 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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4 stars Once in a while you stumble upon an album done by a band that simply disappeared from the music scene all too early. And you feel quite sorry those guys didn´t have a longer career, for their sole efford is just excellent in every aspect. I was a bit skeptical when I got this album since I had never heard of them, but when I put it on the CD player it was very clear that I found a lost gem. Their symphonic sound is very well done, with hints from early Genesis and italian popular music, but essentially their very own.

I have to congratulate whoever remastered these songs for CD because the sound is impeccable, very clear and balanced.Not only the band had terrific players, but also they could write great tunes. Alfredo Olivieri sings with passion and conviction and although he is not an outstanding singer, he fits perfectly into the group´s sound. Massimo Buriani deserves a special mention for his brilliant guitar playing (very much influenced by Steve Hackett) with some fantastic solos and tasteful acoustic interventions. Production is also very good for the time. The bonus tracks are a nice addition too.

Conclusion: one hell of a good CD! A great find and a pleasure to hear from start to finish. If you´re into italian prog of the 70´s this is surely a must have. If like prog music in genral you should listen to this obscure, but great one shot band. Final rating: 4,5 stars. Highly recommended!

Tarcisio Moura | 4/5 |


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