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    Yes busted, went back and scanned a few clips, have to say tho' some of the synth/keyboards are a bit violin-ey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    However, their style is not in what has come to be known as the "Canterbury" style. Still like them, though.
    Indeed. They did cover a Caravan-song however, so I forgive them for misleading us

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    What's all the fuss about violence in progressive rock?

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    Definitely Iona
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    Aaand definitely UK
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    I always thought the violin really helped make the sound for Arti & Mesteiri. I'm glad there's a lot of violin on the newest album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill g View Post
    I always thought the violin really helped make the sound for Arti & Mesteiri. I'm glad there's a lot of violin on the newest album.
    I agree. What's the name of the new album? I asume it's available from the usual vendors.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    I agree. What's the name of the new album? I asume it's available from the usual vendors.
    Not really new but from 2015 Universi Paralleli features lots of violin. The band is on tour with a instrumental "best of" set for
    some time now.

    I think a "live" Album is more likely than a new Studio one at this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheH View Post
    Not really new but from 2015 Universi Paralleli features lots of violin. The band is on tour with a instrumental "best of" set for
    some time now.

    I think a "live" Album is more likely than a new Studio one at this time.
    That live-album was already released in 2017. It's called "Live In Japan - The Best Of Italian Rock". It's a 2CD/DVD-package. A lot of violin indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    That live-album was already released in 2017. It's called "Live In Japan - The Best Of Italian Rock". It's a 2CD/DVD-package. A lot of violin indeed
    Of Course, I was talking about a live Album from the current Lineup without a vocalist (who seems to have returned to his former band Cantina Sociale)

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