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Le Orme


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.77 | 118 ratings

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5 stars My favourite Le Orme album and probably the best album of the year 2004. When I purchased this CD, it literally "lived" in my player for weeks. Songs are memorable and the albums has, at least for me, its magic. The idea of infinity comes through all album tracks: the infinity of roads, infinity of the Universe and the main thing - infinity in human souls. The fact that somebody's still thinking of such "useless" things makes me happy. "L'infinito" sounds similar to its predecessors, "Il fiume" and "Elementi". What, in my opinion, makes this album so different is the feeling of entirety - starting instrumental piece "Il tuono e le luce" (Thunder and Lightning) instantly grabs listener's attention and doesn't release it untill the last sounds of the final track "L'infinito (reprise)". Even Le Orme classics as "Felona e Sorona" or "Contrappunti" don't have such feeling of entirety. I highly recommend this album to those who likes melodic prog (no matter Italian or not) with good vocals.
NotAProghead | 5/5 |


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