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Luca Scherani


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2.97 | 5 ratings

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3 stars A very nice debut! I enjoyed listening to this album ... usually keyboard dominated albums are a bit less enjoyable for me, but there is much diversity, many different keyboard sounds from synth via vocal effects to e-piano and mellotron and some real guitars as well, acoustic and electric. There are two major things that in my humble opinion could be improved: Firstly the timing - particularly when many instruments are playing - felt a bit off to me in some parts, and secondly the melodic/harmonic structure is a bit too generic and sometimes almost sounded like a jam track with basic improvisation. But - as I said above - I enjoyed listening to the album, and I'm looking forward to the next one!

In the Darkness: The track starts quite nicely with a piano melody and gets much more complex afterwards, with added drums, bass, several synths and guitar. In the complex parts the timing is a bit off, but other than that it's a nice track.

In the Morning: This track features a Richard Andersson like sharp synth lead on top of acoustic guitar strumming - but this part quickly makes way for an experimental keyboard dominated interlude, which after some time morphs back into the first part, this time with a normal synth lead.

Anonymous: After some synth experimentation a laid-back groove begins, with e-piano like accompaniment and several different synth leads. throughout the track these two parts alternate, with some variations. Timing is much more tight than on the previous two tracks.

Everyday's Life: A very mellow track, very tasty groove and synth layers. There's a cool experimental section about half way through.

Il Dono: My favorite track. Quite experimental, sparse drumming, various different instruments take the lead.

Solo Chi Ha Sofferto: Nice mellow track, not as diverse as Il Dono but with solid timing and tasty experimentation.

In the Evening: Interesting synth accompaniment, and in the last third the rhythm breaks down and makes way for tasty piano improvising and spoken words morphed into synths - the the track resumes with strings and mellotron/synch-choir in the background and a nice guitar solo.

Soli: The only track with vocals (female, in Italian) ... nice!

MikeEnRegalia | 3/5 |


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