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III: Viaggio Negli Arcipelaghi Del Tiempo [Import]

DeliriumAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (May 9, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Btf
  • ASIN: B00109M0RQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #786,168 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.0 out of 5 stars Without a doubt their finest album December 20, 2010
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1974's III - Viallagio Negli Archipelaghi del Tempo, originally released on the Cetra label, was Delirium third album (naturally, given the III title) is without a doubt their most consistent and best album. I felt the band was frequently torn by their most commercial pop leanings and of prog rock. I've owned this album since 1997 (as an original LP no less), so I am very familiar with it. Their previous album, Lo Scemo e il Villaggio (1972) features some great Mellotron-laden prog and shorter, pop-oriented pieces of varying quality (from the great "La Mia Pazzia" to the dreadful "Dimensione Uomo"). I haven't heard their debut, Dolce Acqua (1971) but I imagined that one is quite uneven. It seems on III the band decided more on prog, and less on the pop-oriented stuff and it works great! The Mellotron had all but disappeared (although I had just noticed Mellotron brass on "La Battaglia Degli Eterni Piani", and as stated, I've had this album since 1997), the reason is the presence of real strings (and I'm certain Ettore Vigo was facing the usual mechanical problems that plagued such an instrument). OK, the pop hasn't disappeared completely, but are more consistent. "Il Dono" is an acoustic piece, with flute and orchestrations. The vocals tend to be raspy (not sure who has that voice as all members are credited to vocal duty). This is one of those pop-oriented songs. The title track is without a doubt full-on prog, reminding you of Jethro Tull (especially in Frederick Martin Grice's flute work) and perhaps a little of Osanna or even Museo Rosenbach (as the vocals remind me of that group's Stefano "Lupo" Galifi). "Fuga n. 1" is in similar vein to the previous. "Dio del Silenzio" is a short, folk-oriented piece that is nothing short of amazing! Read more ›
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4.0 out of 5 stars A classic! April 24, 2009
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Delirium's third album from 1974 is an unknown (at least in Anglophone countries) classic, the equal of albums by their better-known compatriots P.F.M. or Le Orme. You might be reminded of PFM in places, or perhaps Jethro Tull in others, but Delirium is original enough to stand on their own. Virtuoso musicianship, but always in the service of superior compositions. The lyrics are sung in Italian, but don't let that hold you back if you don't speak Italian. The music speaks for itself. The package is also deluxe. Highly recommended to any fan of classic progressive rock!
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