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Una grande epoca musicale quella in cui e' stato registrato questo bellissimo e ricercato disco di chiara estrazione prog.Consigliato algli amanti del genere
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Bel cd ma con pezzi poco conosciuti tranne quello che da il titolo presente anche in versione italiana " il tuo diamante" comunque ottima musica ..
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3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Di Stuart Jefferson - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato

"There were probably some psychedelic drugs involved in that one." Gary Brooker on "Shine On Brightly".

In the present time it's impossible for Procol Harum fans of later generations to fully understand just how new, different, ambitious, and exciting this music was when it was first released. Their first album (also reissued by Esoteric) put music fans on notice that here was a band that stood out from the pack. If you're reading this chances are you're already familiar with the band and this album, so dissecting each track is a waster of time. Suffice to say that the band's first three albums (especially) set new parameters for what "rock" music could be. Some fans of the band will be happy with the 2009 reissues--and that's okay--but long time fans (like me) are ecstatic to have the mono version of the album (never on CD) along with live tracks and demos, singles, and alternate recordings.

The remastered sound (from original tapes) is at least as good as the 2009 (and some fans noted that there was a problem with tape speed) and may be a bit more open sounding--but I usually leave the audiophile stuff to those more knowledgeable about such things. To my ears this edition sounds great. There's a thick 24 page booklet (including covers) with period graphics, some good period photos, and an essay by band biographer Henry Scott-Irvine which is well worth your time. Plus, there's a poster included (similar to the poster in the newly reissued first album on Esoteric) that's pretty cool but nothing to really get excited about--but the graphics are nicely done--of the album cover artwork. The original artwork has been restored, the discs are inside cardboard jackets (with album graphics and a list of tunes on the back) and everything is in a clam shell box, also with nicely done graphics. The three color postcards have reproductions of Procol Harum gigs--again, nice but not totally essential. And with both stereo and mono mixes of the album, along with BBC and studio recordings from the period (20 unreleased) this just may be the best this album will ever be presented.

Disc 1: tracks 1-11 are the original 1968 album, tracks 12-14 are bonus tracks of the title song in Italian from 1967 and both 'A' and 'B' sides of the mono '67 single "Quite Rightly So" b/w "In The Wee Small Hours of Sixpence".

Disc 2: tracks 1-11 is the (previously unheard on CD) mono version of the album (and if you like good mono sound this is pretty cool) which is actually nice to hear as a stand-alone album.

Disc 3: tracks 1-9 include various mono/stereo backing tracks and alternates, tracks 10-17 are BBC Top Gear sessions from '68--including "Quite Rightly So", "Shine On Brightly", "Skip Softly My Moonbeams", "Wish Me Well", "Long Gone Geek", and "In Held 'Twas In I (Look To Your Soul/Finale)". These live BBC tracks from Feb/Aug./Oct. '68 are good examples of what the band sounded like live--a bit heavier and more urgent sounding--than their studio stuff--and are a highlight.

Needless to say this album follows along from the band's first album (but with a different bass player) and was one of the better progressive-rock albums of the era. The band continued to combine rock with classical flourishes and Keith Reid's sometimes psychedelic lyrics. A blend of Trower's powerful blues-based guitar and Mathew Fisher's classical/churchy organ sounds and Gary Brooker's piano, along with B.J. Wilson's perfect drumming made this album another signpost of the late '60s/early '70s. Now I'm waiting for "A Salty Dog" to be reissued.
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3.0 su 5 stelle MUSIC itself is a 10, but this CD was remastered in the WRONG pitch :( 17 ottobre 2014
Di Mifavoritethings - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
I LOVE Procol Harum's music, particularly this album, in which all the tunes were remarkably strong originals composed and exquisitely performed by the Procol Harum. For this simply awesome musical feat, I give 10 stars on the scale of 5.

But I've given 3 stars for this CD itself, for the record/CD publishing company's gross negligence to their artistry, when they royally screwed up the the remastering process by changing the pitch of all the songs in the entire album.

It's really sad and awful to have to hear these masterpiece songs played in the modified (yuk) pitch.

It is very unfortunate that this is the only CD of this album that is available in the market, in spite of the fact that it is one of the most excellent musical achievements made by some of the best musicians of the century in any genre.

I almost returned it, but decided to keep it as a trigger to my musical memory bank.
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5.0 su 5 stelle My personal favorite Procol Harum LP 18 ottobre 2016
Di opusrex - Pubblicato su
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My personal favorite Procol Harum LP..
Especially, side two..
I bought this LP while leaving the service at the PX in 1968..
Some wonderful musical work here..
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Overlooked and Underappreciated 2 ottobre 2009
Di Kurt Harding - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Before I actually review this overlooked and underappreciated masterpiece, I should mention that the buyer gets a total of 22 tracks, not the miserly 10 tracks shown on the track listing (OK, In Held Twas In I comprises five of them). Now that the number of songs you get is clarified, let's get to the review itself.
I first bought this album shortly after it was issued. Even at a young age, I could hear that Procol Harum stood head and shoulders above most other bands I was then listening to and the passage of forty years has neither diminished my love for them nor dulled the feelings of awe I had when I first heard them. I say that Shine On Brightly has been overlooked because it is oddly missing from the music collections of many friends who own much of Procol Harum's other work. That it did not receive the attention it deserved at the time of issue may be due to the fact that it is in no way commercial. Sure, there was a single released but musically and intellectually it was way over the heads of most who listened to Top 40. Besides, the phenomenal success of A Whiter Shade of Pale was almost an impossible act to follow.
I like the whole album, but most especially Quite Rightly So, the title cut, Magdalene (My Regal Zonophone) and the most introspective portions of the epic In Held Twas In I which thankfully on this CD can be played as individual songs. As for the eleven bonus tracks, I most appreciate the mono versions of Quite Rightly So, In The Wee Small Hours of Six Pence, Monsieur Armand, Shine On Brightly, and Magdalene (My Regal Zonophone). Procol Harum is a very English band and Shine On Brightly rates with Grand Hotel as the most quintessentially English music the band has recorded.
What makes this reissue a such an essential replacement for any earlier release you might own is the inclusion of a very attractive and informative booklet that contains pictures, album/band information and commentary about each song. The quality of the artwork and of the remaster makes this Salvo issue the one to own. I did not notice any problems with "speed" or with Gary Brooker's voice that one reviewer mentioned, the album sounds to me clearer than it ever did. If you love Procol Harum as I do, get this one while it is still available at an excellent price.
5.0 su 5 stelle Glad to see a resurgence of vinyl. 12 maggio 2017
Di Joseph J Dueweke - Pubblicato su
Formato: Vinile Acquisto verificato
Terrific album. Remastering is excellent, sounds better than the original. I would have preferred the U.S.
release jacket but, just to have a pristine copy of one of the great "60's" albums is a real treat. The U.S.
jacket is available as Record Store Day release. Either way nice to have it back on vinyl.

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