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Le Orme


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.77 | 118 ratings

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3 stars Edited 10/04/05!

Another very good release in the new millenium from this ancient Italian band.Actually I don't know so much the stuff they did in the 80s and 90s but I guess it can't be as good as their releases in the 70s,like "Collage" or "Felona e Sorona" which are real gems in the Italian symphonic rock.This new album here possesses almost the high quality of those ones.The drumwork is excellent,it has nice symphonic parts,but some very good more rocking tracks as well,like "Si Puo' Immaginare".Vocals by Aldo Tagliapietra are very good as usual and they never sound bombastic,like it is often the case with italian or spanish lyrics. I'm admiring very much their albums between 71 and 75,and I have to say after their last two releases,this band becomes interesting to me again.I would recommend it to anyone who's into the 70s Italian symphonic prog (the more mellow and harmonic one).Of course it's not that "progressive" as "Collage" for example,but it's a nice album to listen,relax and dream without becoming boring at any time.Italian Symphonic Rock is still alive! Probably not really an essential one, but I would add an extra half star in fact!

hdfisch | 3/5 |


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