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    Monday, 02 June 2008

    The Birdmen of Alkatraz (Italy) - 1987 - Gliddin' Off [EP]

    Tracks :
    A1 Young Maiden Ghost 5:21
    B1 Dreamin Demon 3:40
    B2 The Best Way To Say Goodbye 3:45

    Maurizio Curadi : guitars,
    Gianfranco Migliaccio: bass
    Daniele Caputo: drums

    This is certainly the best of the current crop of Italian bands that I've heard thus far; there's twelve minutes of exciting psycho-drama spread thickly over three tracks. For a three piece band they create a very full sound with Curadi's vibrant guitar buzzing, stinging and generally pervading every inch of precious vinyl. Whilst this record could easily be mistaken for the out-pourings of some time-shrouded acid crazed combo of the late 60's there is a bizarre Mediterranean tinge to, particularly, "Dreamin' Demon" which brings some sense of originality yet the track itself sounds like a heady mixyture of a Sergio Leone western film score and the Yardbirds' "Heart Full Of Soul." Fascinatin ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 3365 | Added by: Opa-Loka | Date: 02 June 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0


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