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Chocolate Kings [Papersleeve] Import

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  • CD (25 juin 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0018BXMW8
  • Autres versions : CD
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent album by PFM 6 août 2004
Par Jeffrey J.Park - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This 1976 release is just fantastic and shows PFM starting to head in the direction of jazz rock that would come to full fruition on Jet Lag (1977). Chocolate Kings is still very much a progressive rock album however, with fantastic playing all around and featuring ex-Acqua Fragile lead singer Bernado Lanzetti for the first time. Although all PFM albums had a high standard of playing, this album seems to pull out all of the stops and as such, ranks among some of my favorite albums by the band.

The lineup on Chocolate Kings includes Franz Di Cioccio (drums, percussion and backing vocals); Patrick Djivas (Gibson "ripper" bass); Franco Mussida (electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals); Mauro Pagani (flute, violin); Flavio Premoli (Hammond organ, piano, electric piano, synthesizers); and Bernado Lanzetti Lead vocals). The individual and ensemble virtuosity on this album is simply stunning - these guys are all incredible players (I love the aggressive, trebly tone that Patrick gets out of his Gibson). Bernado Lanzetti has a very unusual vocal style that is definitely an acquired taste - there is a great deal of vibrato in his singing and the quality of his voice is somewhat hoarse (it sounds like he sings from his throat rather than his diaphragm). Still, his voice does not bother me too much - the playing is just incredible and more than makes up for it.

The five tunes on Chocolate Kings range in length from 4'39 to 8'30 with four of the five tracks in the 7-8 minute range. In large part, this album is comprised of very high energy progressive rock with enough jaw-dropping playing to keep all prog fans very entertained. There are some nice dynamic contrasts too and the arrangements are simply top notch. I think that of all the tunes, the title track is the closest the album comes to even vaguely resembling a pop track (it actually reminds me somewhat of Celebration from Photos of Ghosts, 1973) although it too is still over-the top prog with breathtaking soloing.

This remastered album is very cool and reproduces the original LP format with restored cover art and lyrics to the songs printed in English. The sound quality is excellent and there are loads of liner notes (unfortunately they are printed in Japanese so I haven't the foggiest notion what is being said).

All in all, this album is very highly recommended along with Storia di un Minuto (1972), Photos of Ghosts, The World became the World (1974), and Jet Lag.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Super Disc 21 avril 2012
Par Alberto Villarejo - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
JVC K2 24 bit, made a excelent job with this classic disc sound better than ever. And mlps is a super packing with lyrics in japanese and English.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 bittersweet 6 août 2005
Par allesandro ferramonte - Publié sur
Format: CD
Ah the memories of halcyon days of youth and prog....not a perfect album,uneven...and the vocals kind of sound like a rough peter gabriel. however the complex interplay and musicianship is great[it's pfm,of course!]and there are many memorable moments.recommended.
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