The School of Canterbury has influenced many artists and
different generations and it was inevitable that the echoes
of the magical sound exploded in this small town of Kent
arrived in Italy.
It is surprising, however, that a group like the Egoband,
progressive protagonists of the Italian "Risorgimento" in
the early 90s, they could propose a record like this Earth.
The long "The Barn" alone would be worth the purchase
of this beautiful album.
Twenty-one and a half minutes of instrumental magical
musical combinations, they interact keyboards, piano,
saxophone, oboe and guitar rhythms agile and elegant in
continuous variation, which allow the alternation of melodic
passages and refined and others in which there emerges
a jazz-rock particularly dynamic.
But the other songs are worth listening attentively.
The Egoband produce a series of precious gems,
beautifully composed inspired by the masters of the '70s.
released April 18, 2000
- Alessandro Accordino: vocals, keyboards
- Jacopo Giusti: drums and percussion
- David Matteucci: saxophone and oboe
- Simone Coloretti: guitars
- Alfonso Capasso: bass