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Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.35 | 1311 ratings

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3 stars Worth.

Introduzione is just a little starter, reminds me of King Crimson's Lizard 1,8*

Impressioni Di Settembre - quite fat sound. The melody is weird. I good and bad. 1,

E' Festa. Very festive people. The part (starts at 2:51) that isn't in "Celebration" (album: Photos of Ghosts) sounds like it's been glued into it. But the end of the song there's few nice extras, too (Celebration has also nice part's that this version hasn't) 3,2*

Dove...Quando... (Parte I), flute, more like classical music. Nice but too humble for me. 1,7*

Dove...Quando... (Parte II) is very nice, quirky piano and drums. Then light string orchestra. Then jazz with ragtime flavour, flute fusion added to that in the end. 3,5*

La Carrozza Di Hans - alternative light pop, I don't like it much until the last third of the song starts (the previous wasn't anything). Jazz, Wobbler, dynamic, Italian dynamic !! !! 4* for that !! !! !! !!

Grazie Davvero - occasionally much like Pink Floyd's Brain Damage's "The lunatic is in my head" (album The Dark Side of the Moon). It has different kind's of thing's, even Rick Wakeman. Symphonic, semi-light but dynamic. But also in this song some moments sound little bit irrational, I mean, not odd, but maybe there'ss too much break's or something; but maybe it is just the classical music symphoniveness that's like that. However, didn't hit me so hard.

So this album has much good in it. I just feel it hasn't got enough heart in it. So 3 stars.

progressive | 3/5 |


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