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Tempi Dispari
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Tempi Dispari
Genres: World Music, Rock
 
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Digitally remastered reissue from Italy of a '70s album by this legendary Italian prog act. 2 tracks. Total playing time of 31.53.

      
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All Artists: New Trolls
Title: Tempi Dispari
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Release Date: 8/19/2008
Album Type: Import
Genres: World Music, Rock
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Digitally remastered reissue from Italy of a '70s album by this legendary Italian prog act. 2 tracks. Total playing time of 31.53.

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Seriously interesting italian 70's progressive rock
Ignaciocue | Mexico | 09/21/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"If you like seventie's jazz rock, long jams, prog, saxes, fender rhodes keyboard, fine wah guitars, get this CD at once."
Highest order musicianship
A. Dutkiewicz | 09/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I first came across New Trolls' Searching for a land 25 years ago. It knocked my socks off! Great musicianship, even if there was already a clash of directions between heavy metal and a more musical notion between the guitarist Nico di Palo and keyboard player Vittorio De Scalzi. In many ways it made that album really dynamic. Here the band is under the musical direction of De Scalzi. It's live, only two extended tracks. Sounds like, well, Soft Machine 7 meets the first Mahavishnu Orchestra. No vocals at all. It had my mind spinning for an hour afterwards. Absolutely brilliant playing."
Not widely known but a gem
A. Dutkiewicz | Norwood, South Australia Australia | 10/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"What a scorcher! It may be a short disc (just over 30 minutes) but it covers plenty of miles. This one is live and really wild, great playing by De Scalzi's more jazz-inclined and larger format band (see my review for NT Atomic System). It forgets the lyrics and just goes for the music, and it's really hot. Both extended arrangements are attributed to the whole band, whereas most of the credits on Atomic System were attributed to De Scalzi. The sounds are fairly typical of much jazz-rock or so-called "fusion" music of the time, with similarities with many of the prominent American and British bands of such inclination (If, Nucleus, Soft Machine, Weather Report, Return to Forever) and in my limited experience I think comparisons with Italy's Perigeo are also valid."