DORACOR are nothing else than a progressive rock concept
guided by multi- instrumentalist Corrado Sardella,who invites
musicians to help him out on his compositions.
Being entirely instrumental,this effort follows the paths of
grandiose Symphonic Rock with plenty of keyboards and
additional support by the other instruments.
Every song offers double keys attacks,partly in melodic
lines,partly delivering complex and bombastic musicianship.
The compositions are well-crafted ranging from impressive
symph passages to darker and mellower moments.
The mass of twists and breaks are definitely of the E.L.P.
school of prog,but the bands that come straight to mind
are an instrumental version of IQ and ARENA,especially
CLIVE NOLAN's influence is more than obvious throughout
A musician with incredible talent,Sardella amazes with
his compositional skills and great virtuosic playing.
He also uses a variety of keys to give the songs some
Most of the album is quite melodic and he manages to
deliver a good memorable dose of them.
A good first step in the fields of symphonic-oriented