The tracks of the LP have a fine Folk-Rock sound, with English vocals, and bit of improvisation with violin or flute to the guitars, which provide mood flavours, while always remaining within one sort of comparable drive. In that way the dreaminess of the improvisations only provide a fine and enjoyable somewhat progressive folk sensibility to the songs.
The tape has two sorts of directions, a traditional or medieval bard-folk flavour in the songs, with dominating accompaniment of guitars, and use of vocal harmonies and some flute, as if related with some story telling reference on stage, while “E Pericoloso Sporgersi” is more progressive rock led by electric guitar (with bass and drums) and a bit of simple keyboards. In some way a strummed rock singing core is noticeable everywhere as a fundament for further arrangements. On the tapes their new musical direction does not come out extremely well yet, but the group never seem to have had the chance to put these new elements into a bigger context.