The third album from this Italian band.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, guitars, organ, piano, keyboards, synths and Italian vocals.
The band was supported by contributions from numerous guest musicians who provided woodwinds, strings, keyboards, organ, mellotron, mandolin, guitars and vocals.
I have praised their first two albums in my reviews of their albums in # 1 of this blog. You can find the reviews in this blog at this link. A review of their new album will be added too before the end of this year.
There is no doubts that this band is one of the more exciting bands from Italy right now.
The band has taken a lot of their music from bands like Area, Picchio dal Pozzo and the more symphonic RPI bands. Add some old Caravan too and you got them.
Quirky, eclectic RPI with a lot of Canterbury scene takes us and the band over to the Canterbury scene genre and drop them there.
The vocals is a mix of male and female vocals. The music is quirky with a slight jazz and folk feel too.
There is a lot of things going on at this album and the music is very good. The band is still one to really follow for all Canterbury scene and RPI fans.
This is indeed a very good album.