Finally, the LP reissue of one of the most loved albums by Italian progressive rock connoisseurs in a limited edition with gatefold cover like the 1972 original released for Kansas (the same label that produced Capricorn College Orfeo 2000 and EA Poe Generazioni). The Flashmen, a quartet from Cremona formed in 1967, have a wide and interesting discography but Pensando is at an absolutely superior level as regards creativity and maturity. A remarkable record worthy of the best groups of their contemporaries and aligned with that "thirst for new" that pervaded the period in which it was made. With the superb organ of Silver Scivoli in the foreground, the distorted guitar of Luciano Spotti, and the powerful drumming of Roberto Caroli which in the record demonstrates all its caliber the Flashmen (whose name derives from the Italian film Flashman of 1966) give their best blending rock prog, hard blues, psych, and gothic. A limpid and vigorous execution, an over-the-top recording, scratchy and modern lyrics as well as solid and original in its song structure enclosed between an "Ingresso (Entrance)" and a "Sortita (Sortie)" just like in the best concept albums make Pensando an essential album in the genre.