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THE WOOD OF TALES

Malibran

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.62 | 60 ratings

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Greger
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4 stars This is a progressive masterpiece from 1990 that has been digitally transferred from a mint vinyl LP and re-issued on the magnificent Brazilian label Rock Symphony. The original vinyl LP was released on the Pegaso Records label and it was MALIBRAN's debut album. MALIBRAN was born in 1987 on the Sicily Island outside Italy. They are playing typical Italian progressive rock with a 70's sound. The musicianship is strong and the music contains many instrumental passages and some nice flute playing. Many of my favourite albums are from Italy with bands such as IL BALLETTO DI BRONZO, BIGLIETTO PER L'INFERNO, CELESTE, I GIGANTI, MARY NEWSLETTER, MAXOPHONE, METAMORFOSI, MUSEO ROSENBACH, PREMIATA FORNERIA MARCONI, IL ROVESCIO DELLA MEDAGLIA and STANDARTE, and now I can add MALIBRAN to the list as well. MALIBRAN has much in common with many of these aforementioned bands. This is without doubt an Italian classic, but unfortunately I think that not many know about this band. They have recently released a new album called "La Cittą sul Lago" on one of Italy's two major progressive rock labels: Mellow Records. Buy this album and you won't regret it! Highly recommended!
Greger | 4/5 |

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