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Museo Rosenbach


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.31 | 915 ratings

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4 stars Except on the weak production, this album is remarkable and characterized by a clever use of Mellotron keyboards, Hammond Organ and analogical synthesizers at times, quite powerful. The long title track is very "FLOYDian" in the mood and in other circumstances resembles the style of ELP in the lighter vein; nevertheless there's not much of the grandeur which instead characterized the albums by BANCO, Le ORME and early PFM , above all the mellow parts, and for this reason you can completely appreciate this album if you are fond of the most accessible "classic prog" (a style similar to that one of LANDBERK, naturally in their best - actually a few ones - moments!!). Recommended, it can complete your Italian prog collection of the seventies, even though it is not a masterpiece.
lor68 | 4/5 |


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