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Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.00 | 14 ratings

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3 stars Well actually in some circumstances it deserves a superior score, as this second release by Montefeltro is more compact in comparison to their debut album and personal too...there are not medieval breaks-through, like in the previous one, but this time the approach is more direct and sometimes using a fact the whole job is focused on the delicate arpeggios at the guitars and soft remarkable melodies as well, instead of concentrating their efforts on the technical aspects of prog music!! These personal features let us appreciate the artistic value of each song, especially talking about the unique suite entitled "Racconto di Maggio", which is good, despite of the weak vocal parts!! Certainly if their ensemble was completed by means of other orchestrations (the main line-up is composed by two musicians only, plus one guest as a drummer and Eugenio Colombo on sax...instead the second vocalist, Corinne Nuvoli, gives a minor contribution within the good chorus section) and by availing themselves of the collaboration with other musicians, their work should have gained some other "credits" by the critics, but it never minds. The compositions (mainly written by Attilio Virgilio) are always quite original and to me that's the end this second issue by Montefeltro is very interesting and to be checked out once again!!
lor68 | 3/5 |


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