An album made by progressive-rock heavy influenced from folk music.
The platter shows the "acoustic" soul of Phoenix Again.
The single disc edition of the latest album of Phoenix Again is available for shipping ONLY FOR EUROPE (Switzerland included). We are sorry about this, but we are working for enlarge our "geography" of shipment.
released March 30, 2019
Mixed and recorded at Emilio Rossi's Phoenix Studio by Emanuele Bresciani and Phoenix Again.
Produced by Phoenix Again.
Sergio Lorandi: guitars and irish bouzouki
Marco Lorandi: guitars
Andrea Piccinelli: keyboards
Antonio Lorandi: bass guitar
Giorgio Lorandi: percussions and vocals
Silvano Silva: drums and percussions
supported by 19 fans who also own “Friends of Spirit”
Good modern prog albums are a rare beast in my eyes so this was a nice discovery. This album is very layered yet crisp sounding. Not exactly heavy but delightfully dense. Among other things the vocals are not someone's Dad doing their worst Roger Waters impression but are actually, quite good and give the music its own identity. I especially like the performance on Suli's rise. The songs flow really well and there's a lot of extremely ambitious playing. Also bonus points for church organ. impressivelad