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Album · 2021

Tracklist

1. Non esistono 03:31
2. How hard Tune! 02:40
3. Variations on The Jargon King 05:23
4. Il Barbiere degli Occhi 07:38
5. Con Dedica 02:57
6. Senza Ritorno 03:21
7. La Scatola 06:51
8. L'ultima Sigaretta - Fantasmi ad Argun 05:23
9. Idiota - Autoritratto (Tadzio's Death) 02:43
10. Ho Gettato mio Figlio da una Rupe perché non Somigliava a Fabrizio Corona 05:08
11. Cento Vite 02:31
12. Il Coro dei Critici all'ultima Sponda del Commiato 04:33
13. Sabbia Scura 04:13
14. Del Mondo gli Occhi (New Moses) 01:05
15. Nyama (Gettarsi Oltre) 10:12
16. La Montagna e il Trono 05:19
17. Out-Let 03:37

Line-up/Musicians

Claudio Milano: al vocal sounds (tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16), vocal noises and reciter introductions (tracks 11, 12), screaming (tracks 12); backing vocals and vocal effects (track 8), diamonica and piano (track 9), percussion (tracks 4, 16), synth (6, 13), field recordings (tracks 4, 9, 15), electronics (13, 14, 15, 17);
Paolo Siconolfi: editing, mixing, mastering, sound designer (tracks 1 to 17), electronics (tracks 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 13, 15), field recordings (4, 11);
Erica Scherl: violin (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16);
Evaristo Casonato: oboe (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 15, 16), flutes (tracks 4, 7, 8, 16), contralto sax (tracks 7, 16); English horn (track 16).
Paolo Tofani Krsna Prema: IPad (tracks 3, 16);
Vincenzo Zitello: Theremin Moog (track 4);
Laura Catrani: soprano (tracks 1, 14);
Coucou Sèlavy: one thousand voices/theatre (tracks 11, 12);
Dalila Kayros: extended vocals (track 15 from 06.07.089 to 09.01.140), field recordings (track 14);
Cinzia La Fauci: ghosts' voices (track 8 from 00.43.081 to 01.25.495);
Stefano Luigi Mangia: extended vocals (track 15 from 06.09.782 to 07.12.642);
Massimo Silverio: lead vocals (track 8), cello (tracks 8, 9), electric guitar (track 9);
Paola Tagliaferro: all mothers' voices (track 8 from 0.11.371 to 0.32.362 and from 03.03.293 to 03.25.955), zither (tracks 8, 14);
Paola Tozzi: vocals (track 17);
Vittorio Nistri: synth, electronics (track 15, 17), classical guitar (track 15), pre-edit (track 15);
Stefano Giannotti: synths (tracks 5, 9), electric piano (track 9), prepared piano (track 7), drums and percussion (track 9), harmonium (track 9);
Gianni Lenoci: prepared piano (track 5);
Camillo Pace: double bass (tracks 13, 15);
Francesca Badalini: grand piano (tracks 4, 16), prepared piano (track 4);
Andrea Grumelli: frethless bass, bass guitars (tracks 2, 4, 15);
Andrea Quattrini: drums, percussion, electronics (tracks 4, 7);
Stefano Ferrian: electric guitar (tracks 3, 15);
Raoul Moretti: electrified harp (track 15);
Andrea Murada: self built percussion, percussion from all over the world (track 16).
Fabio Amurri: piano (track 7).
Pierpaolo Spirangle Caputo: electrified self-built ghironda (4-16);
Mimmo Frioli: drums, percussion, pre-edit, recording (tracks 3, 10, 11, 12);
Giovanni D’ Elia: bass guitar (tracks 3, 10, 11, 12);
Danilo Camassa: classical and electric guitar (tracks 10, 11, 12);
Mauro Corvaglia: electric self built guitar (track 3);
Domenico Liuzzi: tenor sax (tracks 3, 15), bassoon (tracks 15, 16);
Max Pieretti: synth – closing section (track 7);
Fulvio Manganini: stick (track 7);
Alessandro Palma: drums (track 16);
Ulisse Tonon: accordions (tracks 7, 14), electrified accordion (track 14), prepared piano (track 14);
Sisto Palombella: accordion (track 1);
Claudio Pirro: electric and acoustic guitars (track 2);
Marco Lucchi: Mellotron (track 8);
Luca Olivieri: glockenspiel (tracks 4, 15);
Lorenzo Sempio: guitars, guitar synth, noises & effects (tracks 1, 8);
Jody Bortoluzzi: synth, suggestions (track 8);
Ivano Nardi: drums, percussion (track 15);
Franco Poggiali: synth (track 17);
Daniele Onori: electric and acoustic guitars (track 17).

About this release

snowdonia SW 087 (Italy)

A journey that tells about recording made throughout Italy between June 2014 and July 2019. Recordings took place mainly in Rome (BeSound Studio, Stefano Saletti's private studio recording), Villa Adriana - RM - (3rd Ear Lab 3.0), Fragagnano - TA - (Karma Room Studio), Vedano al Lambro - MB - (Virtual Light Studio) and in dozens of private studios.

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Italian seven-octave vocal range singer Claudio Milano, after a seven years gap, returns with an impressive album, released under the NichelOdeon/InSonar & Relatives name. What we got here in fact is a collection of music, recorded with different line-ups in different places all around Italy during 2014-2019.

Extremely eclectic, this album in whole works surprisingly well as if it was recorded at once, according to (mad) scenario. In a few words, what happens here can be described as the soundtrack for (nonexistent) "Picasso's Guernica" movie, recorded by Frank Zappa's XXI century incarnation after his return back to fatherland of Sicily. Quite cinematographic, album's music combines prog rock, metal elements, baroque organs, Gothic darkness, operatic vocals, Weimar Republic operetta, classic strings, bombastic pathetic atmosphere cross-mixed with Diamanda Galas aesthetics and... many many more.

Vocals (and lyrics) are still a king here, so I would recommend to find the lyrics in the language you understand (originally - in Italian),it helps (English translation has been kindly provided to me by Claudio himself). As with many of Claudio's previous albums, the main problem is who the listener is. The album is so radically eclectic, that it's difficult to imagine which musical genre fans will accept it as "music produced for them". Those fearless hearts, searching for something they probably never heard in their life, must give it chance.

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