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TEMPO

Osanna

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.88 | 10 ratings

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ProgShine
5 stars This amazing double DVD covers an important part in Osanna's discography and it's beautiful packaged in a digibook.

On Disc one we have the concert the band played in Naples in October 2012 with a lot of extra guests like David Jackson, Gianni Leone, Sophya Baccini, Giampiero Ingrassia, Tito Schipa Jr, Elio Eco, Maurizio Capone and Antonella Moreo. On the first part the band plays several of their classic tracks and some surprises.

On the part two of the DVD we have their soundtrack to the cult Italian movie Milano Calibro 9 called Preludio, tema, variazioni, canzona, released in 1972 in its entirety including the Rosso Rock Orchestra.

But it's in the Disc two that we have the biggest gem, an Osanna video Story. Including all the classic videos you've probably seem before on Youtube (but with the best quality possible), many of them recorded during the 70's on the Italian TV channel RAI, including lip synchinc moments of a gone time where Prog was on the open TV. Concluding we have videos recorded in their 00's comeback.

This amazing digibook was released through the Black Widow label and it is an OBLIGATORY item on any Prog collection and, of course, in any Osanna fan collection.

A must have!

ProgShine | 5/5 |

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