Progressive Rock Band

Progfan97402 @ progArchives.com

Logos is an Italian band that’s been around since the 1990s, although the current incarnation features a totally different lineup aside from Luca Zerman. I am not familiar with anything this groups has done, aside from Sadako e le mille gru di carta. I’m under the impression after two albums in 1999 and 2001 the […]

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Andis @ progArchives.com

This may very well be the best album that was released in the year 2020. I hoped, but didn’t really expect, that Logos could top their fabulous album from 2014 named L’enigma della vita. But they do. What an album this is! There is one hour of great music on the album, completely without lowpoints. […]

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cd sadako e le mille gru di carta

emisan @ progArchives.com

I’m not a huge fan of Rock Progressivo Italiano, although I consider PFM, one of the best and original bands in the 70’s. Previous Logos’ albums didn’t spoke to me that much but this album, oh, I have no words… Musicianship is near perfection; this might be the best album of the decade, next to […]

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cd sadako e le mille gru di carta

CeeJayGee @ progArchives.com

This album has had such an early flurry of five star reviews, including no less than two by PA collaborators, that I had to give it a try. After a full listen on Bandcamp I decided to buy but as Bandcamp were offering the complete LogoS Bandcamp catalogue for not much more than the latest […]

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marica fasoli

Marica Fasoli

Marica Fasoli è una pittrice di arte contemporanea. Ha ricevuto riscontri dai migliori critici e musei italiani. Ha esposto in tutto il mondo la sua fortunata serie dedicata agli origami; da Roma a Parigi, da Miami a New York.

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Peace Memorial Park di Hiroshima: Monumento alla pace dei bambini

Monumento alla pace dei bambini

Peace Memorial Park di Hiroshima: Monumento alla pace dei bambini. Dieci anni dopo il bombardamento atomico di Hiroshima, i bambini morivano a causa di inspiegabili malattie del sangue.

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cd sadako e le mille gru di carta

Octopus-4 @ ProgArchives.com

Usually I need more listens before writing a review, and I’m not used to rate an album very high after just few listens, but this is the exception. First of all because I’ve listened to the whole three times in a row and while I’m writing the title track, a 21 minutes epic, is playing […]

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