Thanks to a good Friend of our blog, I ran into this really good album where we find extremely interesting treated voices, peopletalk waves, sudden and surprising changes of tempo, 5/4s jazzy inserts, sound effects, all entwined with lines of high quality progressive, synths at times quoting Tim Blake, liquid organs and phase shifters on electronic-sequenced multi-rhythmic backgrounds, sometimes with a slight filter of techno, but you're assured to never lose the contact with "human" musicians... The first guitar passage sounds like a sample from Beatles' "Dear Prudence" while the track is titled "Leonarda", still a woman's name... A quote from Figaro's Cavatina, and you just would like to hear more music, brevity is the only defect of this LP...
The group was made of:
Mauro Ubaldo Pesiri (assorted guitars, synths, etc)
Paolo Cola (bass guitar, synths, etc)
Sandro Alboni (assorted drums & percussion)
And no fear: nothing to do with one of those easylis'nin-granny LPs with supermarket music for Theremin experts, so popular in the early 50's!