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3.35 | 45 ratings

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4 stars The first album from this Italian trio recreates '70s music with modern sound. There's no experimentation or innovation in "Ogni Pensiero Vola", but listener can enjoy beautiful music during almost 43 minutes. Essentialy instrumental, TAPROBAN seems to be influenced by the greatest seventies British bands and -of course- by the best Italian symphonic rock, specially LE ORME.

Music changes from quiet and atmospherical to bombastic, including beautiful medieval and pastoral soundscapes and typical symphonic riffs. Excellent keyboards and guitars and very good percussion basis. The only weak moment is "La Casa Pendente" -four noisy minutes out of place-, but the rest is 100 % enjoyable, standing out the long and wonderful piece "L'Orco" and "Pegaso Il Cavallo Alato".

If you forget the above mentioned weak track, it could be a perfect album, full of colours and delicated melodies in the best Italian tradition. Highly recommended.

Marcelo | 4/5 |


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