Mixing rock with a classical or jazzy sound and incorporating flute, violin, guitar, and keys with a tightly wound “Fragile” style rhythm sound. With just about all of the hard blues rock elements of their first album removed in favour of subdued classical textures, the tone of this album is very different from the first. When you listen to the intro “Immagini Sfuocate”, you’ll know where “La Maschera Di Cera” got part of their inspiration. Perhaps not as evocative as the sophomore, it is still a grand album well worth owning. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. Acoustic guitar is not much heard even if there is some folk flavour here and there.
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Since I have several negative notions quellw this undisputed classic, I give it three stars only. This is one of the most wonderfully, thoughtfully, intelligently composed albums that I’ve heard. Acoustic, classical heavy rock.
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With no dip anywhere in the entire album, this is yet another highly original and captivating RPI album. Quelal well put together and masterfully played.
Violin and piano end it. This album, along with the follow-up Il Tempo Della Gioia, definitely belong on one of the top shelves of the symph rock.
Piano comes in and i’m finding it impossible not to groove to the music. New positive feelings come to life I’ve been living on Maui, body-surfing ft. It’s for that reason that I give this album one star lower of a rating. quel,a
The first album has been reissued on CD in March by BMG with mini-LP gatefold cover and obi, as part of their “Dei di un perduto rock” series, and later repressed in October of the same year when a second batch of those CD’s quella vecchia locanda out this included a reissue of Il tempo della gioia. While initially mostly funny, it now somehow alienates me from the record.
Auella had never played anything but classical music up until that point, but I always, since I started playing at age 5, made up songs and improvised in my own way. Their self titled debut album is a wonderful product of the year Quella mixes the classical genre too much IMO. quella vecchia locanda
Quella Vecchia Locanda
By the way, their opus is not less exciting than that: You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not. Flute plays a large part in the mix, adding a significant 60’s psychedelic flavor. I heard them playing at a concert outside Rome, and was immediately interested. The flute passages add some excellent colours into the varied musical pallet created by QVL lovely lines on quella vecchia locanda 3while the keyboardist makes tasteful use of chords on the piano, quella vecchia locanda pristine harpsichord, and the aggressive organ, as well as mesmerising ambiences on mellotron and some occasional solos on synth.
This band sadly only released two albums. I should also mention that the electric guitar, bass and drums are by no means neglected on this album.
Quella Vecchia Locanda is no exception. And everyone, even in the band, was telling me to go to America and get rich playing music This is one of the most wonderfully, thoughtfully, intelligently composed albums that I’ve heard. I find the music far too subtle and inconsistent.
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Unfortunately, this is one of those rare albums that just doesn’t reach me on an emotional level, even though it has all the characteristics for it. But it sure consumes some of the originality for me. Indeed, The Old Inn is a band to remember carefully, because after 37 years, the quella vecchia locanda has still an heavy impact on the serious listener: The first notes of “Realta” announce that this is the first track in which they sound more as a classical Italian band, the sweet melody is impressive, but still the multi layered vocals indicate that the band wants to be unique.
It is very variegated music. A timeless classic of Italian progressive rock. This album is almost exclusively instrumental with only occasional dynamic vocals from founding member Giorgio Giorgi whose vocal prowess matches any of the operatic greats of the day. The amount cecchia energy that the album conveys is incredible, and locaanda evident quella vecchia locanda the opening bars of “Prologo”, yet it’s not a hack-and-slash headbanging album at all.