Thursday, March 31, 2016

Alan Sorrenti - Aria (1972)

Dramatic, expansive, far-out prog from Italian composer Alan Sorrenti. The monolithic title track is all lush, ornate instrumentation and bizarre, semi-theatrical singing; elsewhere can be found more low-key, romantic-sounding folk-rock. Woozy beauty abounds. Features the spaced-out violin playing of OPIUM HUM favorite Jean-Luc Ponty.

Track listing:
1. Aria
2. Vorrei Incontrarti
3. La Mia Mente
4. Un Fiume Tranquillo

Peace crusaders

You'll probably also enjoy:
Sergius Golowin -
Lord Krishna Von Goloka (1973)
Claude Léveillée -
Black Sun (1978)


  1. This has got all the ingredients to be very, very good indeed. Thanks for the intro to this one!

  2. for the first time ever you posted something that's already in my collection!
    keep up the good work, you have fantastic taste in music.

  3. Great Blog!! Thanks, enjoying the sounds.

  4. I'm a huge fan of Ponty, and also Italian I'm looking forward to checking this out! Thank you!