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Studio Album, released in 1988

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Cu tine (3:21)
2. Alexandra (3:32)
2. Dintre sute de catarge (4:36)
2. Identitate (5:44)
2. Curcubeul (instrumental) (5:54)
2. Invocaţie (4:18)
2. Rockul baroc (6:27)

Total Time 33:52

Line-up / Musicians

- Ilie Stepan / electric guitar, acoustic guitar, double six, mandolin
- Bujor Grigore Hariga / lead guitar
- Vasile Dolga / percussion
- Christian Podratzky / bass
- Tic Petroşel / vocals

- Ştefan Inczedi / keyboards (2-7)
- Gigi Pavel / saxophone alto, recorder (3-7)
- Daniel Fischer / xylophone (6)

Releases information

LP Electrecord Romānia
ST EDE 03443

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PRO MUSICA Rockul Baroc ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(14%)
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Review by b_olariu
3 stars Pro Musica is one of the legendary bands from my country. The band was formed and lead by guitarist and bassist Ilie Stepan, whose restless pursuit of the ideal rock concept work made him an iconic figure of the local scene. Band formed in my home city Timisoara in early '70's but manage to release only one album in 1988 named Rockul baroc. The main man of the band Ilie Stepan was member of another famous band from my country and from my city, Progresiv TM, there was the bass player and one of the main song writters. Despite the long and painfuly prohibition of this kind of music from the comunist parties - progressive rock alaway manage to come to the shore with head up, Pro Music like other bands from Romania, manage all the time to come with somthing that many peoples find intristing. After long period of breaks and many line up changes Pro Musica release this album in summer of 1988, just a year prior to the revolution from december 1989. The music is something between heavy prog , not far from Rush and in some places hard rock and even some folky moments are here. The music is not ground breaking, but is pleasent most of the time, the vocals provide by Tic Petrosel are enjoyble and very good. Also the guitar arrangements are good and well played, from acustical moments with a folk touch to a more hard driven riffs Rockul baroc for sure will please many listners of heavy prog, ok mostly the one s from my country but aswell some of the foreign ones might take a spin or two. Very intristing are the lyrics, and is a pitty only some of the reviewers from here will apreciat to the max the words, who are very meaning full. In the end a good album, from a legendary band from Romania, one of the bands with cult status even today after nearly 35 years of career but with little acomplished moments, in fact ony one solid result - this album. Worth investigated and take some spins or two.3 stars and one of the first albums I ever listen from prog music, way back in 1991, remind me of high school and all those unforgetable moments of my youth.

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