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Tony Carnevale is a very talented Italian keyboardist that made the killer "La Vita Che Grida" album a few years back. This is an orchestrated concert put together by Carnevale focusing on his solo work as well as an interesting reworking of Pictures Of An Exhibition. Notable participants of the concert are Banco's Francesco Di Giacomo and Rudolfo Maltese. This is killer symphonic prog rock as only the Italians can do it!

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