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4.19 | 8 ratings | 2 reviews | 12% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. What we Have Done in the Past We'll Be in the Future (11:24)
2. Waiting on the Threshold (11:38)
3. Promised Land (4:33)
4. Which is the Right Path to Take? (3:53)
5. It's Only Fantasy (5:11)
6. What are We Willing to Lose to Regain our Freedom? (4:00)
7. Keep Dreaming (9:04)
8. Back Home Again (3:40)

Total Time 55:23

Line-up / Musicians

- Marco Ragni / Vocals. Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards
- Peter Matuchniak / Lead Guitar
- Jeff Mack (Scarlet Hollow) / Bass
- Dave Newhouse / Sax
- Maurizio Antonini / Drums

Releases information

Label: Melodic Revolution Records
Format: CD, Digital
February 28, 2018

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MARCO RAGNI The Wandering Caravan ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(12%)
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MARCO RAGNI The Wandering Caravan reviews

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Review by Rivertree
4 stars Just another album which takes time to reach for the real depth .... Recorded by MARCO RAGNI's Wandering Caravan outfit here we have a well-crafted melange of melody, accessibility, but also complexity, diverse twists, turns and rough-edged moments. For what prog is about, isn't it? This appeals to me the more I'm listening. Apart from the overall psychedelic backbone there is much richness to state. The starter What We Have Done In The Past We'll Be In The Future proves this while juggling with oriental flair, folksy acoustic guitar and flute as well as rocking excursions decorated with saxophone, dashing organ and soaring electric guitar. A heavy load, when intending to capture this composition in its entirety.

Thoroughly convincing. I already had kept an ear on Marco's previous albums, but this one is a great leap forward definitely. First of all the Wandering Caravan gives excellent musicians a lift. And the compositional attempt is very successful, top notch. Wonderful smooth parts and raucous vocals are Waiting On the Threshold. Especially right in the middle the song triple Which Is The Right Path To Take, It's Only Fantasy and What Are We Willing To Lose To Regain Our Freedom is an inseparable experience. A dreamy atmosphere, nice piano sequences again and again, a partial hallucinative downfall in between ... bravo! Melodic Revolution Records can be proud of having another top album on the back catalogue.

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5 stars Marco Ragni comes out with a new album composed in full hands and which sees among the musicians Peter Matuchniak on guitar, Jeff Mack on bass, Dave Newhouse on the woodwinds, Maurizio Antonini on drums and Luca Zabbini from Barock Project as special guest. The Wandering Caravan is a step ... (read more)

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