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Homunculus Res


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.83 | 50 ratings

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4 stars When it comes to influences of UK groups on Italian prog, it tends to be the symphonic bands we think of - consider Genesis and Van der Graaf Generator's inspirational early 1970s tours of Italy, for instance, or ELP using their Manticore label to give some of the big-league Italians more exposure in the English-speaking world.

However, Italy has also always had its fair share of purveyors of the jazzier side of prog too, and even occasionally puts out a group that has mastered the particular style of jazz-prog associated with the Canterbury scene. Picchio dal Pozzo did it in the 1970s, and now in the 2010s we have the magnificent Homunculus Res, who this time around even give guest spots to members of groups like Picchio and US Canterbury masters The Muffins for good measure, delivering an album which wouldn't look too shabby next to better works by influences such as National Health or Matching Mole.

Warthur | 4/5 |


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