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3.02 | 15 ratings

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2 stars A rather show-offy keyboard album from Sangiuliano here. The focus is very much on the man and his keyboard skills. Here's the Tangerine Dream/Klaus Schulze bit to kick off with. Now let's hit them with some Keith Emerson and Rick Wakeman to prove that our hero can pull that off. Now let's get a little Vangelis about the place. Some of the passages are reasonably pleasant, but overall the album is marred by the main performer's failure to establish an identity for himself distinct from his influences. Sure, he can play a keyboard or two and he's willing to take his shirt off for the album cover, but who is Sangiuliano? What is his personal musical vision? What does Sangiuliano sound like when he isn't trying to sound like anyone else? The album offers no clues.
Warthur | 2/5 |


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