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Hi everybody, I’m very happy to announce the imminent release of my eighth album with Inner Prospekt, “Seven ways to lose yourself”. This time I had the pleasure to have my dear friend and colleague Federico Tetti (guitarist in Mad Crayon) performing in three tracks of the album. He has also written the lyrics and sung the only non-instrumental song of the album “Rebirth”.


This work is the result of almost a entire year of work, and as usual I’ve tried to explore more and more ways to declinate my passion for the classic progressive rock of the seventies. I love long and complicated compositions: the ways the music takes you and makes you lose inside the labirynth, disorients you sometimes, surprises you when suddently returns in places you know. I use classic sounds indeed, but not only, because even with the use of the synths the music, this music, can surprise or disorient, guide or make you lose yourself. Like a big city. 

Inspired by my old trip in Tokyo I’ve composed seven tracks, six of which are instrumentals.

01 Free Walk (11.05)

02 The Fun District (7.24)

03 Down Deep (5.12)

04 Where They Live (13.15)

05 The Breath of the Red Lights (11.48)

06 Rebirth (7.42)

07 Down Deeper (9.36)

The Bandcamp download version will feature a special bonus track with an unplugged version of Rebirth, for about five minutes of music.

The total length will be over 70 minutes.

I’ve prepared some promos to present this long work, hope you enjoy.

The release date is set for the 18th January 2018.

Line up:

Alessandro Di Benedetti: keyboards, piano, drums and programming

Federico Tetti: guitars, vocas

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Wow – looking forward to this one! Thanks – wish something similar would come from the Birmingham, UK show I attended this Summer – some real key moments – including Rachel Flowers with the Orchestra, which I hope have been captured for posterity, beyond the YouTube clips!

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The Sea Within is a new art rock group:
Roine Stolt (Transatlantic, The Flower Kings)
Daniel Gildenlöw (Pain of Salvation)
Jonas Reingold (The Flower Kings, Karmakanic, The Tangent)
Tom Brislin (Renaissance, Spiraling, Yes Symphonic, Deborah Harry)
Marco Minnemann (The Aristocrats, Steven Wilson, UK, Joe Satriani)

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Hi all

as an enormous Wishbone Ash fan I have been looking forward to the anticipated projected 30+CD release that has been touted for sometime.

See here:
https://burningshed.com/wishbone-ash_the-vintage-years_boxset

There will be only 2,500 copies of this on sale. On further scrutiny, however, I am extremely disappointed with all of this. The only things here that are relatively new are 11 CDs of 8 various Live concerts (I have enough WA live recordings to sink a ship anyway). Mostly everything else from the studio has been previously released on CD…no 5.1 DVD or BluRay audio anywhere!

There is no way I am going to fork out a ridiculous £250…….yes £250!!!!! for things I mostly already have. 

I am very, very disappointed indeed. If it was quarter the price I might consider buying it.

There must be some very rich Ash fans out there.

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Hi everyone !

Dialeto’s new album, “Bartók in Rock” , released in june is now available on a bunch of places, physical, digital and streaming, Amazon, iTunes, CDbaby, Bandcamp, Spotify , etc.

The album is also being featured on Progstreaming this month.

Bartók in Rock, as the name suggests, is a set of Béla Bartók compositions freely adapted by the band to their particular rock language, full of intense improvisations. 

The album features also a collaboration from David Cross, former violin player from King Crimson on track 1 “Mikrokosmos 113”. 

David Cross has also played live with the band on 2 concerts for the release of the album in Brazil last July, playing also some KC classics from LTIA era. 

Very cool ! David is amazing.

Nice place to hear the album is here: http://dialeto.bandcamp.com/

Hope you like it.

Nelson

Liam Davison

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    Posted: 16 hours 33 minutes ago at 09:02

Just heard the very sad news that Liam (ex Mostly Autumn) has passed away.

I met him (I live near York) and he was a delightful guy.

RIP.

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  Quote noniQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 hours 49 minutes ago at 09:46

Thanks for posting this, sad news indeed!!Cry

RIP Liam Davison

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  Quote lazlandQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 hours 20 minutes ago at 11:15

Oh my. What utterly terrible news. I have been a fan for a number of years.

What happened, Tony? Do you know?

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  Quote HerculesQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 hours 14 minutes ago at 11:21

Originally posted by lazlandlazland wrote:

Oh my. What utterly terrible news. I have been a fan for a number of years.

What happened, Tony? Do you know?

No – but I’m keeping a look out in the local press to see if I can get more details.

I know some of the band, but I think it would be wrong to intrude on their very obvious grief.

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  Quote ManuelQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 hours 44 minutes ago at 11:51

Very sad news indeed. May he rest in peace.

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