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Le Orme

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Italy's Le Orme have gone through a few different phases since their late-'60s arrival on the progressive rock circuit, moving from a very basic keyboard-ladened structure in the early part of their career to a mix of jazz, folk, and classical as they approached the late '70s. L'Aurora Delle Orme, which translates roughly into "Golden Orme," is a 12-track compilation of some of their more lighter material, with integrations of classical music and folk-rock replacing the synthesizers for the most part. In the same vein as PFM, Le Orme produces melodious and spirited songs that usually clock in under five minutes and emanate a playfulness to their sound. From this album, tracks such as "Flowers and Colours" and "Summer Coming" do contain some keyboards, but the flow is very wispy and carefree, somewhat like a progressive rock version of Vivaldi's "Four Seasons." Le Orme's rendition of Bach's "Concerto No. 3" is a nice addition as well, fusing elements of modern rock with the rotund structure of a classical piece which should have been a lot longer. L'Aurora Delle Orme is a fine sampling of this group's unburdened music, dealing mostly with their folk and light rock formula.


Se formó en: 1967

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

It's easy to forget that America and England didn't exist in a vacuum in the 1960s, and that rock's influence was felt far beyond the English-speaking world. France, Italy, Germany, and much of the rest of Europe spawned their own groups emulating the sounds of psychedelia and other cultural exports from the U.S.A. and the U.K. Le Orme were part of this phenomenon, a quintet formed in Italy in the late '60s that cut two albums of psychedelic rock for the Lord label in Milan. Aldo Tagliapietra (vocals,...
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