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VI Tempo - Campo Di Marte - Campo Di Marte (CD, Album)

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  1. Brami says:
    Campo di Marte is a very good album, not particularly original but very well composed, sung and played, with some orchestrated parts that sometime remind the later work of Maxophone (with large use of flute and French horn). Good guitar and keyboard playing throughout the LP make this an essential album in any Italian prog collection/5(13).
  2. Kigahn says:
    The recent CD reissue of Campo di Marte from BTF contains a remastered version of the album with the tracks in a different running order from the LP as it had been originally conceived. Both the CD's released in Italy have also been issued in Russia on Mals label (catalogue nos. MALS and MALS ), Concerto zero having a different.
  3. Dokus says:
    Drummer Carlo Felice Marcovecchio formed Campo Di Marte in , following the break-up of the 60s beat band I Califfi. Still based in that band's hometown of Florence, where the new group swiftly gained.
  4. Yozshugore says:
    Listen to Campo Di Marte by Campo Di Marte on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, .
  5. Tygorg says:
    Mar 04,  · From the remastered edition of the classic debut album by Campo di Marte. The tracklist has been revised and is as it was planned by the original members of the band.
  6. Grojin says:
    Tra i vari gruppi della stagione d’oro del progressive italiano che ci hanno lasciato un solo album, uno dei principali sono certamente i fiorentini Campo di Marte. Le loro peculiarità sono la presenza di uno dei chitarristi più importanti della scena progressiva italiana, Enrico Rosa, l’idea di un concept album antimilitarista, un suono molto duro con tratti chiaramente hard rock, e l.
  7. Gorg says:
    Tutti gli album di Campo Di Marte (LP/Vinile) in offerta (discografia); CD e dischi in vendita online a prezzi scontati su La Feltrinelli.
  8. Arashijin says:
    Campo Di Marte is an album that has both very gentle acoustic instrumentation and raw rocking parts with sharp guitars and energetic drums. Mellotrons, flutes, horns, organs and the occasional vocal complete the sound. The more upbeat parts such as Sesto Tempo remind me very much of Il Balleto Di Bronzo and Semiramis. The more gentle parts and vocals bring PFM to mind, be it without the synths.

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