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This CD allows the discovery of a typical Italian band of seven members (double keyboards, double guitars, Italian vocals, bass, and drums). The style is a symphonic rock with arrangements and developments that make the most out of a rich and varied instrumentation. The delicate melodic work, shared by vocals, keyboards, guitars, and flute, is supported by dynamic rhythms to create a sound that alternates from acoustic to electric. This CD is a fine piece of work. No one in the band stands out, but even with few solos, the music is intricate, melodic, and enjoyable. In other words, the entire musical piece and atmosphere is primary; standout solos are minimal. For that reason, upon first listen, you might want to pass the music off as uninteresting. This is another one of those albums that you have to listen to several times to fully appreciate the melodic interplay.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Initially, the band was a trio formed by Boero, Mazzoglio, and Gardino with some influence from Emerson, Lake & Palmer, but more classic. Then, Vevey and Gaviglio joined the band and they spent two years playing and composing songs for an album. So, with everything almost ready, the band invited vocalist Basso. A demo tape was recorded and it was shown to several record companies. Instead of the good material, they become afraid to release it because in that period (beginning of 1977) prog rock was...
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