Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Ingranaggi Della Valle "Warm Spaced Blue"

Country: Italy
Genre(s): Progressive Rock
LabelBlack Widow Records
Format: CD, digital, vinyl
Release date: September 28, 2016
1.Call For Cthulhu: Orison
3.Call For Cthulhu: Through The Stars
4.Lada Niva
5.Ayida Wedo
6.Call For Cthulhu: Promise

Davide Savarese: vocals, glockenspiel and dry Rodhes MkV on "Kajura"
Mattia Liberati: Hammond B3, Mellotron M400, Mellotron M4000, Fender Rodhes Mk V, MiniMoog, MiniMoog Voyager, piano and backing vocals
Flavio Gonnellini: electric guitars and backing vocals
Alessandro Di Sciullo: electric and acoustic guitars, Moog Minitaur, Mellotron M400, Mellotron M4000, Roland TR 808 and TR 909, Akai MPC Touch, Korg Kaoss Pad KP 3, electronics, backing vocals.
Marco Gennarini: violins and backing vocals
Antonio Coronato: electric bass
Shanti Colucci: drums and percussions
Fabio Pignatelli: electric bass and bass effects (1)
Florian Lechter: narrator's voice (2)
Paolo Lucini: traverse flute solo (6)
Stefano Vicarelli: modular synthesis (5)

The darker tone of the album is a reflection of our moods and feelings going through a particular time in our lives.
While “In Hoc Signo” was a tribute to '70s Italian Progressive Music and highlighted every single instrument expressiveness to communicate feelings, in this album the band endorsed a new way of composing.
 Every song shapes up with intros, crescendos and diminuendos in dynamic and revolves around main themes combined to every specific moment of the composition.
While maintaining a jazz approach into writing harmonies musicians acquired a big structured rock sound which lead them to introduce English as the singing language. In some way Italian seemed too melodic for the music they were writing.

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