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    Punjab by Roberto Capucci

    Capucci have chosen quite an intriguing evolution for Punjab. It begins tightly wound, rich, dense and bittersweet and it is simply allowed to unfurl itself.

    It unwinds into a dry, spare, cedarwood heart, with a distant leather note. It does appear to run out of steam after a couple of hours, and even produces a brief period of dead air - but it is merely a comma in an excellent passage of creativity.The soft and aged leather finish it ushers in is quite lovely, and well worth the wait.

    Punjab is a clear case of concept and execution being of the highest order.

    29 March, 2011