Label: Akarma - AK 1025 Format: CD Album Country: Italy Genre: Rock Style: Prog Rock
There is full of free-jazzy-tasty taste. Music is impressive and the skills of the musician unquestionable but that peculiar sypmhonic attidute has incomprehensibly gone. Lately we said Il grande mare It has changed into the performance style to emphasize solo or more. Senza orario, senza bandiera POOH: La valle dei templi POOH:
Dedicato a Senza orario, senza bandiera POOH: In cauda semper Le idee di oggi Viaggio senza andata TRIP: Suite per una donna Uomini umili Il vento ha cantato Tardo pede in magiam versus J.
Dedicato a Giovanna G. Preludio, tema Il viaggio Alphataurus AREA: Underground cit. Io non so da dove vengo Diario di viaggio Il grande mare La divina commedia pubb. Vietato ai minori di 18 anni? Uno zingaro di Atlante Abbiamo tutti un blues Come un vecchio incensiere Intorno alla mia Crystals pubb.
Trans vita express HERO: Hero IBIS: Portable madness UNO: Apoteosi AREA: Argitari E. What me worry? Profondo rosso IBIS: Ibis I.
Le mani pubb. Lord Cromwell La valle dei templi POOH: Tappeto volante AREA: Parigi-Lisbona pubb. Siegfried il drago Marilyn 2: Terminal 2: Da Nord A Sud 5: Despite and unlike Tilt better track separations, one gets quickly lost in the evolution and whereabouts in the track progression, partly or mostly because most of those numbers are a bit samey.
This remark is to taken with a grain of salt, because repeated listenings will indeed unveil some differences if you have the patience to keep up. After Giro, the group would observe a few years of vinyl silence, coming back in 79 with the same line-up with a yet-jazzier effort before continuing in the next decade under various forms, releasing a few music slices of decreasing interest as time went on.
Not nearly as essential as Tilt which was not either , GdVpD still has many qualities, but it will never find a spot in my shelves, because so much more works are more important to these ears. The album may actually be a bit richer in terms of production and band interplay. The highlight here as noted by many is the simply jaw-dropping percussion performance by the legendary Furio Chirico and I can only add that anyone who is a drummer or appreciates spectacular percussion needs to hear Furio in action.
For me this album is good but not essential although I have the utmost respect for their ability. For jazz fans really into intense, technically savvy jamming I can see why others would give this 4 or even 5 stars.
To tell the truth, in not only this work but also all ARTI s defined as artists or skilled members are always fighting against each other. I wanna say his drumming is really murdering drumming. Everyone hearing his powerful play is knocked out and murdered.
There is full of free-jazzy-tasty taste. Sometimes soft and slow tunes can go and can let us relaxed. Otherwise, their aggressive play should slaughter us and themselves. Immediately the wonderful tunetime will be gone Please take care. Not be slaughtered. This is not that we can laugh! A calm a minute later and sax joins in.
This is great! Love his vocals. Some fuzz in this one too. The guitar before 4 minutes sounds really good as the drums pound. Amazing tune. Here we go! The drumming is killer and I like the deep bass and organ too. Vocals are back with piano after a minute. Contrasts continue. Guitar joins in. Piano joins in followed by sax and bass.
The guitar late rips it up. Vocals and some chunky bass late. Just a great sounding track especially the guitar and drums. A solid 4 stars without a doubt. Yes, I agree they listened much for Mahavishnu Orchestra, but their version of MO sound is too polished and toothless. Vocals are really on a good side though - strong, with specific timbres and non-operatic, as on many other Italian prog recordings.
Compositions are average, but not memorable enough. In fact their best moments are rawest jazzy compositions, when all the band just plays support to great drummer. The opener "Valzer per domani" Waltz for tomorrow is light and joyful instrumental. It begins softly with delicate melodic lines, then rhythm takes off backing a following frenzy violin solo.
Changes of rhythm and frenetic solos seem to depict a very busy place Mirafiori is the name of the Turin district where lies the most important car factory in Italy, Fiat Mirafiori, a symbol of the industrialization of the whole country.
The titles could suggest a spaghetti western setting, featuring Indians and cow boys and the cavalry charging The heavy air of the years of lead!
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