|“Thirteen tolls at noon” 2003|
|Great magical seventies cross-road’s sounds, enchanting folkish middle-age’s atmospheres with piano, flute and saxophone included, reminding the best progressive romantic tradition. Somehard-rock and dynamic parts through some fascinating long suites structures, featuring the fortyfive minutes of “Pilgrimage to Nowhere”.Intense progressive romantic inspirations (often in suite-form) of Genesis can meet the enchanting British-folk-rock atmospheres of Jethro Tull.
This debut-album reminds the best British prog of seventies: sudden changes, hard-rock and touching melodies (Michele Moschini can be already considered one of the best voices among Italian progressive rock scene).
A “must” for any progster (but not only) who enjoys wide fantastic scenaries.