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Originating from Italy, Stefano Panunzi released his first full CD, Timelines in 2005.His music can be best described as popular, progressive, even jazzy witha good crossover feel to it. Languid soundscapes and keyboards with lazy vocals all well integrated to making some very decent music.

Timelines was released in 2005 and his follow up A Rose was released in 2009. He has worked with numerous artists most notably Mick Karn from Japan. But artists who also lend different vocal styles as well. Overall a very interesting artist with a mix of ambience, jazz, prog and world music.

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3.78 | 14 ratings

A Rose
Stefano Panunzi Crossover Prog

Review by merid1en

4 stars An amazing technical piece of recording, this album definitely fits within the crossover prog genre. Stefano is an excellent arranger of instruments and certainly knows his way around the mixing board. There are many sweeping stanzas with an assortment of instruments from flute to cello. Quite pleasing to the ear, with mood development being it's best attribute. The notable track is "On Line, Now," with its funky bass riff / melody. It stand apart as something trying to move past the easy listening nature of the album. Excellent vocals by Giacomo and Andrea, give a nice offset to each other.Play this album when you have friends over and the music isn't the prime focus of the moment. I give it 3.7 stars, so I guess I'll round up to 4. For my money, listen to Stefano's talents with his lineup in Fjieri's "Endless", coincidently produced the same year as this album
Thanks to chris s for the artist addition.

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