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8 thoughts on “ Era Inverno - Le Orme - Collage (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Also noteworthy is the lengthy inclusion of "Era Inverno", which I feel is the prototype for most of Le Orme's classic output. At this point in the bands career, it becomes apparent that they were more hard rockers at heart rather than the sophisticated progenitors of albums such as Uomo di Pezza and Felona e Sorona."-Tom Hayes/Gnosis.
  2. However, the next track, "Era Inverno", is the beginning of the classic Le Orme sound. Aldo Tagliapietra's instantly recognizable alto voice opens the song and then is followed by Tony Pagliuca's fabulous organ and the energetic drumming of Michi dei Rossi. Of all the songs found on Collage, this one would be the model.
  3. LE ORME COLLAGE Label: Philips ‎– L (first press) Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold Country: Italy Released with catalog number L (original). Later second pressing Le Orme - Collage has A on front cover Both issued with L on label. Gatefold laminated sleeve. Recorded MayMissing: Era Inverno.
  4. Collage was the second LP by Le Orme, and follows their beat/psychedelic Ad Gloriam. These elements almost completely disappeared in Collage, which was rather strongly affected by progressive rock contaminations from Great Britain, the territory in which the genre was spreading like wildfire already in /5(37).
  5. AllMusic Review by François Couture [+] Collage () is the real "first" Le Orme LP, after two previous albums of beat music. It is also the first album to feature the trio's progressive rock sound, albeit in an embryonic stage. As such, it is a mixed bag.
  6. In concerto, an Album by Le Orme. Released in on Philips (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock. Featured peformers: Aldo Tagliapietra (vocals, bass, guitar, songwriter), Tony Pagliuca (aka_text keyboard role_id aka_text, songwriter), Michi Dei Rossi (drums, drum programming), Gian Piero Reverberi (producer, aka_text mixing role_id .
  7. Dec 19,  · 7 videos Play all Le Orme - 3rd Album() - Collage - Shine On You Crazy Diamond I - V ( Original Pressing) - Black Vinyl LP 3° Parte - Collage - Figure di Cartone - Era Inverno.
  8. Collage was the second LP by Le Orme, and follows their beat/psychedelic Ad Gloriam. These elements almost completely disappeared in Collage, which was rather strongly affected by progressive rock contaminations from Great Britain, the territory in which the genre was spreading like wildfire already in /5(42).

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