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lunes, 4 de julio de 2016

Premiata Forneria Marconi & Ian Anderson - Live in Roma (2012)


Más Premiata para este lunes, ahora con el monstruo de Ian Anderson, en un CD doble que la rompe. Otro de los discazos que nos aporta el Mago Alberto y que solamente conseguís en el blog cabezón. Un registro maravilloso...

Artista: Premiata Forneria Marconi & Ian Anderson
Álbum: Live in Roma
Año: 2012
Género: Rock progresivo italiano
Duración: 43:53 + 44:15
Nacionalidad: Italia


Lista de Temas:
CD 1:
1. La luna nuova
2. Il banchetto
3. Harlequin
4. La terra dell'acqua
5. Intro Bach
6. Bourée
7. My God
CD 2:
1. Out Of The Roundabout
2. Maestro della voce / Luglio, agosto, settembre nero
3. Cyber alpha 3.1
4. Impressioni di settembre
5. La carrozza di Hans
6. É festa
7. Se le brescion
8. La tentazione

Alineación:
- Franz Di Cioccio / vocals, drums, percussion
- Patrick Djivas / bass
- Franco Mussida / electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, backing vocals
Guest musicians:
- Lucio Fabbri / violin
- Gianluca Tagliavini / keyboards
- Piero Monterisi / drums
Special guest:
- Ian Anderson / flute, vocals




El Mago nos engalana el día de hoy, y nos comparte el registro de esta maravilla


Concierto de los Premiata, luego de sus extrañas transformaciones, pero con el agregado de un verdadero grande de todos los tiempos: Ian Anderson de Jethro Tull, acá todo suena como sus ejecutantes, maduro, preciso, conciso, ajustado, y para los amantes del progre esto es finetza pura, un elemento importantísimo es que los tanos también se llevaron muy bien con la tecnología y fueron con los años haciendose de ella con mucho profesionalismo, por algo todo suena limpio, impecable, moderno, pero con la esencia intacta de los PFM.
Y de pronto promediando el concierto asoma como un duende deforme, como brujo sucio, el sir Anderson para deleitarnos junto a los PFM de algunas bellas composiciones Tullescas, y si luego de eso aun te quedaste con ganas, allí están de nuevo los tanos para darte otra sacudida.
Hermoso concierto que llega en lossles gracias a un amigo noruego que habilitó mas de 65000 archivos en lossles donde hay de todo como en botica, por eso aprovecho la ocasión para reemplazar archivos mp3 en flac, wav, ape etc y compartirlo con las cabezonas/es.
No soy de recomendar canciones pero "Harlequin" se lleva unos cuantos aplausos, el buen volumen es esencial para disfrutar este show, y como parece que de pronto se produces alineaciones musicales en el blog cae PFM como invasores de un pasado no muy lejano, para quedarse por unos dias con nosotros.
Mago Alberto



A live album by PFM with IAN ANDERSON (JETHRO TULL) recorded in Rome in November 2010. At first, it may look a bit "strange" to have a musical combination like this, at least for me. But this musical combination appears in three tracks ("Bourée", "My God" and "La Carrozza di Hans") and works very well, with Anderson playing the flute very well with the band, and also singing lead vocals in "My God" (which was originally recorded by Anderson with JETHRO TULL for their "Aqualung" album from 1971). He also plays a bit of acoustic guitar on "My God". It seems to me that they reheased very well these songs together. The band has a new keyboard player, Gianluca Tagliavini, replacing original keyboard player Flavio Premoil. Tagliavini is a very good keyboard player. The band plays some "old" songs very well, but also including two very good instrumental songs ("La terra dell'acqua", "Cyber alpha 3.1 ") from PFM's album from 2006 titled "Stati d'immaginazione", their first studio album with Tagliavini on keyboards.
This is a very good live album from this very good Italian band, recorded and mixed very well.
Guillermo Vázquez Malagamba

The Italian progressive rock band Premiata Forneria Marconi, better known by the abbreviation PFM, were one of the headliners on the first Prog Exhibition Festival. Together with special guest Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) on vocals and flute they gave on the 5th of November 2010 a superb concert at Teatro Tendastrisce in Rome. The audio and video of this performance had already been released as part of Prog Exhibition - 40 Anni Di Musica Immaginifica (see review). This release contained seven CDs and four DVDs. On the third and the fourth CD you can enjoy the complete concert. The images of this performance can be seen on DVD2.
In my review I stated that the band performed a lot of classic material like fine versions of Il Banchetto, Harlequin, Out Of The Roundabout, Impressioni Di Settembre, La Carrozza Di Hans and É Festa. Keyboardist Gianluca Tagliavini and violinist Lucio Fabbri in particular made sure that the old material still sounds perfect. The contributions of Mr. Anderson on flute concern the well-known Jethro Tull pieces Bourée and My God. Well, once again I found this concert a very entertaining performance! The aforementioned release contained so much music that it was impossible to give a proper analysis of the audio recordings. Now with the release of the same concert on a double-CD called Live In Roma I'm able to tell a bit more.
The nucleus of the band consisted of Franz Di Cioccio (vocals, drums, percussion), Patrick Djivas (bass) and Franco Mussida (vocals, electric and acoustic guitars). The usual guest musicians on stage were Lucio Fabbri (violin, keyboards), Gianluca Tagliavini (keyboards) and Piero Monterisi (drums). Both discs contain almost 45 minutes of music providing a cross-section of the complete oeuvre of PFM. I was really surprised by the fact that the original Italian lyrics that later on were translated in English by Pete Sinfield were now performed in the original versions. Good examples are É Festa (Celebration), La Luna Nuova (Four Holes In The Ground) and Impressioni Di Settembre (The World Became The World). However, the songs that were originally sung in English performed by Bernardo Lanzetti remained unchanged. Only this time they were performed by Franco Mussida or Franz Di Cioccio who made it sound differently from the original versions. Good examples are Harlequin and Out Of The Roundabout.
If you expect to listen to a band that sounds similar to the way they sounded in the seventies I have to disappoint you. The band always sounded differently on all concerts performed in the past and that also applies to this performance. There is and there always was room for improvising and the use of different keyboards − no MiniMoog this time − and different arrangements changed the music in a slightly different direction. However, it's still recognizable and above all very enjoyable. The well-known classic PFM-pieces are well-performed and make me even more anxious to witness them live on stage! But also the less known tunes like the instrumentals La Terra Dell'Acqua and Cyber Alpha 3.1 both taken from Stati Di Immaginazionethe (2006) are worthwhile listening to. That also applies to the sing-along tune Maestro Della Voce, with a nice bass intro, and the Jethro Tull-medley including Intro Bach, Bourée and My God.
Especially the contributions of Ian Anderson to this album make it a collector's item for many fans of both Jethro Tull and PFM. The collaboration between these musicians works very well and certainly lifts this album to a higher rating. Live In Roma once more proved that Premiata Forneria Marconi are still a fantastic live outfit!
Henri Strik


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