Premiata Forneria Marconi – The World Became The World (VG+/VG+)
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The World Became The World by Premiata Forneria Marconi is an absolute classic that has been delighting audiences since its release in 1974. Combining elements of progressive rock, jazz, and classical music, the album is an expansive, ambitious exploration of sound that is as captivating today as it was nearly 50 years ago.
The album begins with the title track, an instrumental opener that sets the tone for the rest of the record. It’s a wonderfully cinematic piece that builds tension and excitement, as layers of guitar, bass, and keyboards come together to create a soundscape that is as evocative as it is inspiring. From there, the album moves through a range of styles and moods, from the frenetic energy of “Four Holes in the Ground” to the ethereal beauty of “The Mountain.” The musicianship throughout the album is simply stunning, as the band effortlessly moves between complex and intricate passages and soulful, emotive melodies.
The World Became The World is a timeless classic that showcases the breadth and depth of Premiata Forneria Marconi’s talent. Whether you’re a long-time fan or just discovering the band, this album is sure to captivate and inspire. With its soaring melodies and thrilling instrumental passages, The World Became The World is an album that deserves to be heard again and again.
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