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Acqua Fragile


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.12 | 117 ratings

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2 stars Not something I'd get too worked up over. It's really more of a folk-rock album than prog-rock (the erroneously-titled acoustic-guitars-plus-vocal-harmonies "Science Fiction Suite" being typical), though you can hear some proggy touches on the lengthy album-closer "Three Hands Man".

Lead singer Bernardo Lanzetti is a bit of an acquired taste. Sounding eerily like Family vocalist Roger Chapman, his braying voice is hard for some to take, but he harmonizes well. Mostly, this album sounds like an attempt at an Italian answer to Crosby, Stills and Nash with some prog moves, largely derived from PFM. Certainly there are many more Italian albums you should check out before this. Not awful, but pretty dispensable.

Progbear | 2/5 |


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