High quality vinyl reissue with remastered sound. Osanna are considered one of the best bands to emerge from the fertile Italian prog scene of the 1970s known not only for their excellent blend of various musical genres but equally for the live performances that made them stand out from the pack from the getgo. This band from Napoli formed all the way back in 1970 and was known for changing things up radically on each album with the 1973 magnum opus "Palepoli" still considered one of the greatest masterpieces of the entire progressive rock world however when it came to the followup "Landscape Of Life," the band was riddled with tensions and basically disintegrated in the midst of the recording sessions.
While Osanna had always incorporated jazz into its works, the saxophone squawks and fusion chord progression became even more pronounced on Suddance although the folky Mediterranean flavors still seeped into the works. The album is laced with funk grooves, clean guitar riffs and jazzy drum rolls with only the slower folky pastoral tracks deviating from the pattern.
Registrazioni effettuate negli studi della Dischi Ricordi S.p.A. Edizioni musicali Wiz Music/Pegaso - SIAE Originally released in 1972 as Dischi Ricordi SMRL 6107