I picked up two Patty Pravo LPs in a charity shop a couple of years ago and this one has really grown on me. Patty started out as a nightclub singer in the mid '60s, she has the honour of being the first pop singer to have a song played on Vatican Radio. This is her 1971 foray into orchestral prog-rock histrionics, I don't understand the Italian she sings but to me she conjures filmic images of a startled awakening from a '60s dream, aimless glamour, cynical and dead-eyed jetsetters in Rimini nightclubs, smashed ashtrays and hysteria. Maybe you'll like it.
01 Morire... Dormire... Forse Sognare 02 Lanterne Antiche (Antique Annie's Magic Lantern Show) 03 Poema Degli Occhi (Poema Dos Olhos Da Amada) 04 Storia Di Una Donna Che Ha Amato Due Volte Un Uomo Che Non Sapeva Amare (The Same Old Chair) 05 Preghiera (Bright Tomorrow) 06 Un Uomo Una Donna Una Bambina (Do Yourself) 07 Un Volto Bianco Sulla Neve (I Do Love You) 08 T. L. & R. (Thunder Lightning And Rain) 09 Follow The Lamb