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  • Jethro42 Ahhh You're my savior! I really appreciate it. Album deserves to be known by our prog community. Thanks to contribute for its promotion. Will prepare a blurb and give you a link in a few minutes...
    September 21 04:07 PM
  • Jethro42 Hi, it's me again. You know what? I regret Ingranaggi Della Valle. Excuse me if I insist. As you know, it was my first choice. So if you see an overture for it, let me know. I think you already made all the match ups. If it's more like an impossible puzzle, forget it. But I wish people came to know that exceptional album. Thanks for your attention, dude.
    September 21 10:02 AM
  • Jethro42 All right, mate, let's keep it as it is, thanks anyway. I just noticed you dig Anglagard. Ingranaggi Della Valle - Warm Spaced Blue is close to the style of Anglagard with its mindblowing waves of mellotron. Ingranaggi is also symphonic prog, but it's more melodic, softer, less crazy or weird. There is always something new to discover...It's that varied. On the other hand, the music of Fabio Zuffanti is also drenched into sympho prog, but it's more immediate, accessible and easier to swallow.
    September 19 07:15 PM
  • Jethro42 If it causes too much trouble, I'll keep my positions. Anyway, I like both albums equally, for some different reasons.
    September 19 03:11 PM
  • Jethro42 Album would be ''Ingranaggi Della Valle - Warm Spaced Blue''
    September 19 02:56 PM

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