9 thoughts on “ Osanna & David Jackson - Prog Family (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Osanna's Palepoli was the very first Italian prog album I have ever heard. This was back in , when I was 20 years old, and I was definately not happy with the grunge/alternative rock dominated world of that time, and I wanted to move my interest in prog rock beyond Yes, ELP, and those well-known acts.5/5(5).
  2. It took the band eight years to follow up with Prog Family, credited to Osanna & David Jackson (duh, VdGG), a mostly superb collection of material, genuinely progressive in intent, although not everything here works: Everybody's Gonna See You Die is dull blues-rock, the vaguely funky Solo Uniti doesn't work that well and a run-through of Theme One is spoiled by a shitty organ sound, but overall, it's a .
  3. OSANNA & DAVID JACKSON: "PROG FAMILY" CD! () Buy here on globhosibrabisfipersayclocelphymul.coinfo "Legendary Osanna is back! With a new line-up but still representing the spirit that was always typical for the original band, but with a new, dynamic, innovative and passionate sound.
  4. Lino Vairetti knew how to gather a real "Prog family" rearranging Osanna's classic tunes keeping the vintage sound of the electric and acoustic guitars, synths as Mellotron and Hammond, and especially the flute and saxophone of David Jackson. The Cd also inckludes a stunning version of Theme One by Van Der Graaf Generator!
  5. The Osanna reformed in , releasing the LP Taka boom the following year, including old successes and some new songs. Their next production was Prog Family, under the name of Osanna/Jackson, featuring notable figures of progressive rock history, such as Van der Graaf Generator 's saxophonist David Jackson (as per name), King Crimson 's David.
  6. Prog Family is a new collaboration from Lino Vairetti's reconstituted version of Osanna and ex-VDGG member David Jackson. The music runs the gamut from honest to God old school prog to good time rock n' roll. There is even a new version of Theme One. When it clicks its hot and when it doesn't it leaves you scratching your head.
  7. Mar 19,  · Osanna & David Jackson - Ce Vulesse Ce Vulesse Album:Prog Family () Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – David Jackson Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals – Lino Vairetti Drums – Gennaro Barba.
  8. David Jackson discography and songs: Music profile for David Jackson, born 15 April Genres: Progressive Rock. Albums include Palepolitana, Prog Family, and Another Day.
  9. Prog Family. by Osanna & David Jackson | out of 5 stars 6. Audio CD £ Milano Calibro Nove [Limited Orange Colored Vinyl] by Osanna | out of 5 stars 1. Vinyl Pape Satan Aleppe [VINYL] by Osanna | out of 5 stars 3. Vinyl.

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