Wednesday, 15 August 2018

The James Taylor Quartet ‎ “Bootleg” 2017 UK Soul Jazz Funk,Acid Jazz


The James Taylor Quartet ‎ “Bootleg” 2017 UK Soul Jazz  Funk,Acid Jazz
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For a quarter of a century, the James Taylor Quartet have set the standard for the coolest sounds in funky acid jazz. On dozens of mighty albums and at their legendary gigs at home and around the world, they’ve quietly becomea byword for distinguished British creativity. 
Live show at Ronnie Scott’s week after release….~


I love, love this latest creation by the James Taylor Quartet!!! It’s been a long time since JTQ has come out with new music but this was well worth the wait!! The is acid jazz at it’s best, full of the forever funky “Hammond” organ….by…L. Brown….~


James Taylor Quartet who played the center of acid jazz movement, which ended in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It is an editing panel carefully selected 9 songs that have released nearly 30 albums !!….~


Not the dodgy record you might expect from the title – but instead a special vinyl-only collection of the best cuts from the past few years of releases from the mighty James Taylor – one of the coolest keyboardists to come along in the past few decades! Taylor first emerged in the UK mod scene of the mid 80s, then soared to new heights with some of the first new Hammond and Fender Rhodes records to rival the sound of the 60s and 70s – and then continued to give us great music for many years to come! Taylor hit some bigger fame in the 90s, but he’s actually sounded even better in more recent years, on his own Real Self label – from which most of this work is drawn – an excellent collection of keyboard funk, with plenty of jazz in the mix too – way better than most of the funky imitators who sprung up in James’ wake….dusty groove….“


Back in the 1980s, JTQ were formed from the ashes of The Prisoners. Their funk-fueled organ-ised jazz performances rocked the world. Influenced heavily by Brother Jack McDuff, Charlie Earland and a stack of Prestige 10000 series LPs, nobody else was performing fiery instrumental Hammond jazz quite like it - it was later named ACID JAZZ. With awesome versions of ‘Mission Impossible’ & 'Starsky & Hutch’ they were untouchable. Then in the early 90s they took on vocalists and they trod a new path. It was all a bit wrong…. BUT NOW THEY ARE BACK to the same formula that gave them the huge success and respect acquired 30 years ago! About time too we say. Grab this LP now!….~ 








Tracklist 
1 RochesterRaining 4:28 
2 Man From The Moon 4:55 
3 Showdown 3:04 
4 Picking Up Where We Left Off (Live At The Jazz Café) 5:29 
5 The Exorcism (Live At The Jazz Café) 7:50 
6 Spencer Takes A Trip 3:22 
7 Closer To The Moon 6:31 
8 Blacksmith 3:50 
9 Evil Thoughts 3:18 
10 Boot Up 4:02 

Capri “Boogie Man” 2004 UK .Soul Funk


Capri   “Boogie Man” 2004  UK  killer.. Soul Funk
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Funk band Capri from Leeds have released their first album on the label GLP. Released on the 29th May 2004 “Boogie Man” is receiving rave reviews and is picking up airplay on radio stations all over the world. Capri’s style emulates the great Funk bands of the 1970’s like Earth Wind and Fire, Average White Band and Sly and the family Stone but their sound is fresh and new with all original tunes and a strong emphasis on songwriting. Capri formed in 1995 originally as an instrumental soundtrack Funk band led by Dan Woodward ( drummer, writer / arranger ) but were later joined in 1998 by vocalist Benson Walker and the band took on a new direction. Capri made their recording debut in 2000 with the release of their CD EP “Earth Songs” on the label GLP ( Groove Laboratory Productions ). Following the success of “Earth Songs” Capri launched two vinyl singles in 2001 and 2003 “Car Chase on Phoenix Avenue” and “Boogie Man” the latter becoming the title track of their debut album which was released in May 2004. Alternatively Capri tracks are available from iTunes, Rhapsody, Napster, Virgin Digital, Emusic, MSN, Passalong and Audio Lunchbox………~


Up and coming UK band Capri pull out all the stops on this, their debut album. Essentially a nine-piece Funk band, Capri throw in all their influences and add extra musicians when needed. It is the latter that makes this album truly unique, with thirty-six (counted!) musicians, the sleeve credits look more like credits to a movie rather than an album. Yes, Symphony Orchestras have as many as Seventy people and there was the 80’s tradition of filling your album with all the best session musicians available, but this is different, using different instrumentation on virtually every track. This could however be seen as a slight hindrance as some of the tracks don’t blend well with each other, this all depends on whether you like your albums with a consistent feel throughout or you prefer variety. 

Whatever your preference there is no denying that the musicianship on this album is outstanding. Matthew Wingler (Guitar) gives everything he’s got going effortlessly from one style to another, sometimes in the same tune and the horn and string arrangements/performances are immense. Another thing that makes this album unique is the fact that Capri are a self-contained organisation, with no record company gnawing at there toes you get the sense of total musical freedom. (There are five instrumentals, a dirty word to many music execs). So yet again we have another growing force against an already crumbling record industry and Capri must be applauded for this remarkable musical achievement…..~

Firstly, take the concept that these guys write tunes and not just stick to a funky three chord groove. Several tunes on this album are orchestrated with strings, namely instrumental tracks ‘Northside’ & 'The Getaway’. 
The album starts of with the deep-funk track 'Shake It’ which ouzes with flavours of James Brown and the Average White Band. Next comes the fusion track 'Earth Song’ which could easily have slipped off a Headhunters album… the sax/guitar solo is impressive to say the least and leaves my heart racing! 
The most commercial tracks are 'Real World’, 'Barbarella’ & title track 'Boogie Man’. These guys more than cut the mustard live too… albeit the live band has about 11-12 members (compared to the 30+ musicians credited on the album!). 
'Into The Sun’ is a mid-paced west-coast Steeley Dan esque style track… nice lead vocals by the guitarist on this. 
Firebird is a heavy funk instrumental, penned well (as most tracks) by drummer Dan Woodward. 
The perfect ending though for me is the duet between Capri’s lead vocalist Benson Walker & former JTQ vocalist Lara Rose on 'Putting It All Together’. A great track with two powerful vocalists and extremely energetic bass action that builds & builds. 
If you were to buy just one funk album this year… I couldn’t recommend this enough. It will file well on your shelf next to Earth, Wind & Fire or even Beethoven!!!…..~


Originally inspired by funk/big band Soundtracks such as Bullitt, Dirty Harry, and composers such as Lalo Schifrin, Roy Budd and Quincy Jones, Capri’s Dan Woodward wanted to hear “more stuff like that”. However when Dan went out to find the original soundtracks he found they were either deleted, never available to the public, poorly recorded or worst still re-recorded by inexperienced musicians. “When I did finally get my hands on the original material, I remember being slightly disappointed. Without the images to accompany the music it felt a little flat. Except for the occasional killer groove, I think it was a case of remembering it better than it was”. 

It was then Dan had the idea of forming a band that could not only play the uncompromising style of 1970’s funk big band but could also reinvigorate the music solely for the purpose of personal listening and dancing. “It was an unusual process. Me, Chris and Matthew had played together in Big bands when we were kids, so we had the founding experience we needed. Matthew and I also played in a lot of rock and soul bands so that was the other experience we needed. It was like putting the two things together. Playing in a big band requires a lot of discipline. You have to practice the parts, learn to read and make sure you don’t mess up, otherwise you have 30 musicians giving you the evil eye! In a rock band its different. Its obviously more relaxed. You turn up, play, get drunk and go home. I loved doing both”. 

The bands signature funk sound didn’t come easily admits Chris Donnelly. “It involved a lot of rehearsing, demos and re-arranging to get the music to fit what it was we were trying to do. We would rehearse and rehearse until the grooves sounded right”. “We did the Cop Funk thing for a few years” Dan explains “but at that time I’d gone back to writing songs. ‘Boogie Man’ was one of the new batch. It was very much a hybrid of the two things, big band meets soul band. It had soundtrack elements to it fused with James Brown street funk. Then came ‘Barbarella’ and then I knew we had to get a singer”. 

It wasn’t the most likely place to meet a great soul singer but the Peel pub in Bradford was where Matthew Windler found himself stumbling into one Tuesday night and hearing the future of Capri. “I knew Dan was serious about getting a singer, but apart from a few feeble auditioners, we hadn’t found anyone. Then, the next thing I know, I’m in the Peel seeing Ben sing for the first time. I just thought Get him! He’s the man!”. Before long Ben was singing with the band in Leeds at the fondly remembered Underground club. The club had put on some great names in Funk such as Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley (both James Brown players), Pee Wee Ellis, Donald Byrd, Azymuth and Roy Ayers ( blacksploitation soundtrack composer ) to name a few. It was also a place were the many worlds of Funk met, such as the time when Roy Ayers’ rhythm section heard ‘Car Chase on Phoenix Avenue’ over the house P.A and demanded to know who had created such an outrageously funky piece of music. 

Very quickly the Underground became the capital funk/soul venue outside London. The next big club to follow was the Wardrobe which again promoted live original material. Capri were all too happy to join the roster, regularly playing there with their eleven piece band. It was around this time Capri started recording songs for their first E.P. Although the E.P. was well received by club DJs and funksters it didn’t get much support on a wider scale. “This isn’t a particularly rhythmical nation” admits Dan “all the highly rhythmical music in this country always remains underground, its so frustrating”. Chris adds “I remember us playing at a ball in Cambridge and I’ve never seen so many confused faces in all my life”. Meanwhile, another Leeds Funk band the ‘New Mastersounds’ were starting to break through with their album “Keb Darge presents the New Mastersounds” and was making people take note of the growing Funk scene in Leeds, and Funk in general. 

It seemed like Capri had just finished recording their E.P. when they began work on their first album. Originally titled ‘Firebird’ their first album was going to be an eclectic mix of all the musical stages the band had gone through since their formation. “Getting hold of all the musicians we needed wasn’t a problem” reveals Chris. “There’s been a steady influx of Jazz and Soul musicians coming into Leeds since the 60’s”. Great players like Joel Purnell, Jim Corry, Dale Gibson, Omar Puente and Lara Rose had all come to Leeds via the music college….. perfect timing for a 12 track funk opus. ‘Boogie Man’ was released in 2004 and was an instant hit with critics and music aficionados. Air play has been building steadily since then, both on FM and digital radio. In May Capri joined the download revolution and are now available from all the major download sites worldwide. Capri’s next projects include releasing Barbarella as a single and music video, a live DVD/audio CD and ultimately a second studio album…by Don Cartwright….~


Tracklist 
1 Shake It 4:12 
2 Earth Song 6:52 
3 Car Chase On Phoenix Avenue 4:57 
4 Real World 4:06 
5 Boogie Man 5:08 
6 Into The Sun 5:03 
7 Prelude 1:09 
8 Barbarella 6:52 
9 Northside 6:47 
10 Firebird 5:01 
11 The Gateway 2:58 
12 Putting It All Together 6:32 

Afro Dub "Funk Rare Groove" 2018 Funk, Italy Sound Exhibitions label


Afro Dub  "Funk Rare Groove"  2018 Funk, Italy  Sound Exhibitions label
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With this release everything is not easy. In fact, AFRO DUB is a purely studio project of the Italian label Sound Exhibitions Records, and “Funk Rare Groove” (2018) is one of several of his albums. …~

Tracks : 
1 - Rare Time (Original Mix)(3:02) 
2 - Love Driving (Original Mix)(3:33) 
3 - The Mescalin (Original Mix)(4:47) 
4 - Rehearsal (Original Mix)(3:32) 
5 - The Funk Licks (Original Mix)(2:13) 
6 - The Paradise Groove (Original Mix)(4:25) 
7 - Seventies (Original Mix)(3:02) 
8 - Trip (Original Mix)(5:20) 
9 - The Sunny (Original Mix)(4:41) 
10 - Break of Day (Original Mix)(2:30)


Discography 
(Aug 2018)Funk & Afro, Pt. 18 - Single 
(Jun 2018)Ibiza 2018 Funk Rare Groove 
(May 2018)Funk Rare Groove 
(Mar 2018)Funk & Afro, Pt. 17 - Single 
(Apr 2017)Afro Cocktail, Pt. 2 - EP 
(Dec 2016)Afro & Funk, Pt. 16 - EP 
(Jul 2016)Afro & Funk, Pt. 15 - Single 
(Apr 2016)Funk & Afro, Pt. 14 - EP 
(Feb 2016)Funk & Afro, Pt. 13 - EP 
(Dec 2015)Funk & Afro, Pt. 12 - EP 
(Nov 2015)Funk & Afro, Pt. 11 - EP 
(Aug 2015)Funk & Afro, Pt. 10 - EP 
(Jul 2015)Funk & Afro, Pt. 9 - Single 
(May 2015)Funk & Afro, Pt. 8 - Single 
(Mar 2015)Funk & Afro, Pt. 7 - Single 
(Feb 2015)Afro & Funk, Pt. 6 - Single 
(Dec 2014)Afro & Funk, Pt. 5 - EP 
(Nov 2014)Afro & Funk Pt. 4 - Single 
(Oct 2014)Funk & Afro Part 3 - EP 
(Aug 2014)Afro & Funk Part 2 - Single 
(Aug 2014)Funk & Afro - Single 
(Jun 2014)Brazilian Bossa 
(Jun 2014)Afro Cocktail - Single 
(Dec 2013)Brazilian Night 

Jim Post “Colorado Exile” 1973 US Folk Rock


Jim Post “Colorado Exile”  1973 US Folk Rock
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There is a self-titled release by Jim Post listed in the January 15, 1972 issue of Billboard, in the FM Music section. It is cited as receiving airplay at WMMR, and three popular tracks are listed - “Look Over Yonder,” “Colorado Exile” and “One More Day” - all of which are listed on this release as well. That self-titled LP also is on Fantasy, probably had a late 1971 release date, (or VERY early 1972), and very likely is the same as this LP, (or, more accurately, this is a rerelease of that LP in te wake of the relative success of Slow to 20). However, I can find no clear reference to it outside that single reference….~



Jim Post grew up in Colorado in a small town, learned how to boogie, drink, applejack and play pretty keen guitar. After dropping out of High School through a fast-developing social conscience he joined the mainstream of earnest young folkies playing usually for free in coffee bars, booze bars and madhouses. “But the truth remains that no-one wants to know”, and so Jim Post unlike most of these frustrated pickers strummed his way into a recording studio and started singing strange little ballads like Mr Acres who lived with his daughter and their son and when the daughter was lured away by a handsome hunter poor Mr Acres lived alt alone in his mountain shack; filling out the gaps meanwhile with subtley disguised protests and comments on society and people, and doing it cleverly enough not to antagonise. [Sounds like another gutless hippie wanker — Ed.] His album called Colorado Exile, was something of a neglected masterpiece. Disillusioned by the lack of interest he had created, Post started writing songs like Sing. 

“I’ve been making music ever since I was a / young child I’d go back to the forest, stand up / on a stump sing to the 20,000 trees. And I’m / gonna go on singing, ‘cos it makes life so easy / I sing because I’m happy, sing because I’m free”. 

And that basically is what this new album is all about; he has unloaded the burden of protest, the obligation to tell people things they don’t want to know, or prefer to ignore, or know and are trying to help. He has realized that the message he was trying to sell people at $5.75 a time was no different to the message every other folkie thinks is so unique. So where is he now? This is best expressed in a couple of lines from a track called Homemade Music: 
“Goin 'back home to make some home-made / music again with my family and friends”. 

Altogether the album sounds like a slightly heavier James Taylor, with the same introspective songs and good but not outstanding music…..by G. Mazengarb….~





Tracklist 
A1 Look Over Yonder 2:46 
A2 Once You Were A Rock 3:13 
A3 Ride Rita, Ride 2:49 
A4 High Up On The Ridge 2:02 
A5 Colorado Exile 4:05 
B1 Turn Around 2:55 
B2 Louella Rainwater 2:45 
B3 Simple Life 2:30 
B4 Dancing In The Wind 1:58 
B5 I Love You 1:47 
B6 One More Day 3:15 

Wicked Minds ‎"Visioni, Deliri E Illusioni" 2011 (Tribute To Italian Prog) 2x LP`s Italy Heavy Prog


Wicked Minds ‎"Visioni, Deliri E Illusioni" 2011 (Tribute To Italian Prog) 2x LP`s  Italy Heavy Prog
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Again and again Wicked Minds confirm their brilliant attitude to a perfect 70s feeling but this time, even if they are considered most Uriah Heep and Deep Purple influenced, they play a tribute to 70s Italian Prog, not a standard tribute but a real challenge against themeselves, trying to find the perfect compromise between Wicked Minds style and the original essence of the tracks they interpret with the help of some of the original members as Lino Vairetti (Osanna), Martin Grice (Delirium), Sophya Baccini (who sings New Trolls and Circus 2000 songs), Aldo Tagliapietra (Le Orme), Antonio Bartoccetti (Dietro Noi Deserto, Antonius Rex, Jacula), Stefano “Lupo” Galifi (Museo Rosenbach)…an ambitious work which will not disappoint all 70s prog fans, a great music party which let you dive in the best pages of 70s Italian Prog. …~


The new Wicked Minds album is a hommage to the 1970s Rock Progressivo Italiano scene and not really a proper studio album. The basis of this album is the Wicked Minds musicans. The vocals and some other parts has been done mostly by the original vocalists. Sophya Baccini and Stefano Lupo Galifi is very much present here. The latter one does the vocals on Museo Rosenbach’s classic Zarathustra. I am though not that much into who played and did the vocals where and for whom. So I leave the minute details to the dedicated Rock Progressivo Italiano followers out here. 
Neither am I a big fan of concepts like this. Yes, this scene deserves a tribute or two. But not by re-recording the old songs and inviting in vocalists on each tracks. The songs, although they are great, feels a bit unnatural in their new settings. I prefer the originals. Hence I am restrained in my joy. 

This is a very good tribute album though with some great music. I am sure the dedicated Rock Progressivo Italiano fans will find this album more interesting than I do…progarchives…~


The idea of a band, especially an Italian band who specialize in retro Prog and use authentic analogue keyboards, covering some of the “classics” of the golden age is a laudable one. I’m rather surprised that the project has not been done before (perhaps it has?) and generally, it is a highly successful one. Some of the numbers I am familiar with and some I don’t know at all but each is done with the panache that Wicked Minds bring to their own music. 

There’s only one detracting factor and that is the guest female vocalist, Sophya Baccini, who ruins whatever she touches. She mostly hits the notes alright but has an excessive vibrato and pushes herself out of her comfort zone when attempting to hit the higher register but, worst of all, she has a very ugly tone and if I never hear her again it will be too soon. It’s a pity because she does rather detract from the music. 

Not a bad endeavour but give me Wicked Minds’ own material any day. It’s now five years since their last studio album of original music and I’m hoping they come up with something pretty soon because, in my eyes, they are one of the very best current bands making music in the classic style. 

Postscript: Wicked Minds are no more; they came, they soared, they crashed but how they flew. Just don’t remember them by this album….by….Crazyworldof …~


When I heard about this project by italian Hard Rockers Wicked Minds, I had goosebumps. The idea itself, a whole cover album devoted to italian prog bands from the seventies, is beautiful and unique. While there are bands who carry the tradition and love for the glorious days of Italian Prog/Hard Rock, by doing covers on stage, I havent yet heard a full tribute album. Wicked Minds are great musicians, possibly one of the most talented bands in the tradition of Deep Purple/Uriah Heep inspired hard rock, and yet its with an utter humble spirit that they approach the project. The songs picked attentively in the discographies of giants like Le Orme, Balletto DI Bronzo, Osanna, Delirium, New Trolls, are all gems in their own completely jaw dropping style, whether you love this type of sound or not. 

You could hear how those bands were actually taking the rocking touch of what was starting in the United Kingdom, pushing the electricity and volume of the instruments high and experimenting with sounds and instruments. And yet you could hear the influence of Italian melodic tradition all over them. And they sound different from anything else to this very day. The covers are done with the highest level of respect, played beautifully, with a modern while still purely raw production and a rooster of guests that will make the connoisseurs tremble: Lino Vairetti (Osanna), Martin Grice (Delirium), Sophya Baccini (who sings New Trolls and Circus 2000 songs), Aldo Tagliapietra (Le Orme), Antonio Bartoccetti (Dietro Noi Deserto, Antonius Rex, Jacula), Stefano “Lupo” Galifi (Museo Rosenbach)… 

In the end, the project IS ambitious and peculiar but it will please fans of this music and possibly attract future discoverers of a goldmine of traditions and wizardry that I am still amazed at….By Andrea Contanzo….~

Wicked Minds are an Italian outfit that started in 1987 as a thrash metal band with guitarist Lucio Calegari, drummer Andrea Concarotti and bass player Enrico Garilli. After some years of searching for the right sound Wicked Minds became a kind of heavy retro rock band trying to recreate the glory days of guitar rock from the seventies. It’s obvious that their heroes are Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Black Sabbath, and Led Zeppelin. 

You can regard Wicked Minds’ latest album Visioni, Deliri E Illusioni as a tribute to the Italian progressive rock scene of the seventies. The musicians on this release are Monica Sardella (vocals), Lucio Calegari (guitars), Paulo ‘Appolo’ Negri (keyboards), Enrico Garilli (bass) and Ricky Lovotti (drums) supported by J.C. Cinel (vocals) and Andrea Concorotti (drums). Together they recorded twelve songs that originally were released by Italian bands in the golden age of progressive rock. What surprised me most was that many covered songs were totally unknown to me; a real surprise because I thought that I was rather familiar with the Italian music from that period. However, though unknown to me doesn’t mean that it’s not worth listening to; on the contrary! I was surprised by the high quality of the songs that also featured many musicians who performed on the original versions like Lino Vairetti (Osanna), Martin Grice (Delirium), Aldo Tagliapietra (Le Orme), Antonio Bartoccetti (Dietro Noi Deserto) and Stefano 'Lupo’ Galifi (Museo Rosenbach). 

In the seventies instruments like the Hammond organ, the Mellotron and the Moog-synthesizer were mainly responsible for the sound of most progressive rock bands. For that reason it was a delight to hear most of these instruments on this collection of songs. The sound of the seventies is insistently present throughout the album. Sometimes you really get the idea that you’re listening to an album recorded in that era. Unfortunately I can’t describe all the songs on this release separately, but I will at least mention a few. Figure Di Cartone from Le Orme features the original singer Aldo Tagliapietra, but also fantastic playing on the keyboards. The Mellotron and the Moog-synthesizer are very prominent here. The way P.F.M. performed La Carrozza Di Hans / Impressioni Di Settembre in the seventies was really stunning, but that can also be said about this version. It’s slightly different but still very good. 

Wicked Minds confirm their brilliant attitude to the seventies once again with this album. Sure, they are influenced by the aforementioned bands, but they show that they can brilliantly play the music of the Italian prog of the seventies as well! It was a real challenge for them to step into the time machine and perform all those beautiful songs that show how high-levelled prog music once was in Italy. The band kept the original essence of these songs intact. Asking the help of some of the original members was a token of appreciation to them who made such beautiful music at a time the members of Wicked Minds were children or not even born yet! Therefore Visioni, Deliri E Illusioni is highly recommended to lovers of Italian progressive rock music. …Henri Strik (edited by Peter Willemsen)….background magazine….~


Credits 
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Lucio Calegari 
Bass – Enrico Garilli 
Drums – Andrea Concarotti, Ricky Lovotti 
Keyboards, Mellotron, Organ, Piano – Paolo “Apollo” Negri 
Vocals – J.C. Cinel, Monica Sardella

With: 
- J.C. Cinel / vocals 
- Lino Vairetti / vocals (2) 
- Sophya Baccini / vocals (5,9) 
- Aldo Tagliapietra / vocals (6) 
- Stefano Galifi / vocals (10) 
- Antonio Bartoccetti / lead guitar (8) 
- Martin Grice / flute & sax (4) 
- Andrea Concarotti / drums


Tracklist 
1 Caronte I
2 L'Uomo
3 Un Posto
4 Dio Del Silenzio
5 La Prima Goccia Bagna Il Viso
6 Figure Di Cartone
7 Un'Isola / Un'Illusione Da Poco / Clessidra
8 Dentro Me
9 Io, La Strega
10 Zarathustra
11 Un Villaggio, Un'Illusione
12 Farfalla Senza Pois
13 La Carrozza Di Hans / Impressioni Di Settembre

TRACK LIST: 
1. Caronte I (Trip) 
2. L’Uomo (Osanna - feat. Lino Vairetti) 
3. Un Posto (Balletto di Bronzo) 
4. Dio del Silenzio (Delirium - feat. Martin Grice) 
5. La Prima Goccia Bagna il Viso (New Trolls - feat. Sophya Baccini) 
6. Figure di Cartone (Le Orme - feat. Aldo Tagliapietra) 
7. Un’Isola /Un Illusione da Poco/ 
Clessidra (Nuova Idea) 
8. Dentro Me (Dietro Noi Deserto - feat. Antonio Bartoccetti)
9. Io, La Strega (Circus 2000 - feat. Sophya Baccini) 
10. Zarathustra (Museo Rosenbach - feat. Stefano “Lupo” Galifi) 
11. Un Villaggio, un’Illusione (Quella Vecchia Locanda) 
12. Farfalla senza Pois (Gleemen) 
13. La Carrozza di Hans / 
Impressioni di Settembre (P.F.M.) 

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