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ROME PRO(G)JECT

IV: Beaten Paths Different Ways

16,99 € * inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten
  • 32031
  • ROME PRO(G)JECT
  • CD
  • PROGRESSIVE
  • 04.12.2020
Abermals lädt Vincenzo Ricca zu seinen progressiven Traumreisen von Rom aus ein. Bereits zum... mehr

Abermals lädt Vincenzo Ricca zu seinen progressiven Traumreisen von Rom aus ein. Bereits zum vierten Mal tritt das ROME PRO(G)JECT in Erscheinung. Dreizehn Lieder hat der Multiinstrumentalist und Komponist konzeptionell in drei Abschnitte unterteilt.


Erst präsentiert THE ROME PRO(G)JECT drei bislang unveröffentlichte Lieder, davon auch ´Beaten Paths´ mit Gesang. Außerdem darf der Hörer neu arrangierte oder neu aufgenommene Kompositionen sowie solchen mit Gesang lauschen. Den gern sinfonisch tönenden Progressive Rock nennt Vincenzo Ricca recht zutreffend „Romantic Prog“. Die große Aufmerksamkeit kann er natürlich aufgrund der immensen Gästeschar erhaschen. Neben Steve Hackett (Gitarre) und dessen Ehefrau Joanna „Jo“ Lehmann als Erzählerin, tritt ebenso Hacketts Bruder John Hackett (Flöte) und dessen ehemaliger Keyboarder Nick Magnus in Erscheinung.


Es singen Bernardo Lanzetti (PFM) und Francesco Di Giacomo (BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO). Richard Sinclair (CARAVAN, CAMEL) spielt seinen Fretless Bass, David Jackson (VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR, THE TANGENT) Flöte und Saxofon. Billy Sherwood (YES, CIRCA) ist am Bass und David Cross (KING CRIMSON) natürlich an der elektrischen Violine anzutreffen. Dieses wahre Sammelsurium aus Legenden wird durch etwas jüngere Musikusse aus dem Prog Sektor ergänzt: u. a. Jerry Cutillo (Flöte, O.A.K.), Daniele Pomo (Drums, RANESTRANE) und Riccardo Romano (Klavier, RANESTRANE).


Mithilfe der Umsetzung von ´IV: Beaten Paths Different Ways´ hat es Vincenzo Ricca endlich geschafft, alle Musiker seiner bisherigen drei Alben des ROME PRO(G)JECT auf einem Werk zu vereinen und als Sahnehäubchen noch Bernardo Lanzetti integrieren können. Ecco!!


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The fourth chapter of Vincenzo Ricca‘s The Rome Pro (G) ject "IV - Beaten Paths Different Ways" is due to release December 7th, 2020. It contains 13 tracks and features all the artists who contributed to the first three albums plus Bernardo Lanzetti (ex PFM) vocals on the title-track. 

“The Rome Pro(G)ject IV” are: Vincenzo RICCA keyboards vocals and bass, Steve HACKETT electric guitar, Bernardo LANZETTI vocals, Richard SINCLAIR, John HACKETT flute, David JACKSON saxophones & flutes, Billy SHERWOOD bass and drums, David CROSS electric violin, Nick MAGNUS piano and keyboards, with Daniele POMO drvms, Roberto VITELLI bass & moog tavrvs, Franck CARDVCCI 12 strings gvitar & bass, Paolo RICCA electric gvitar, Jerry CUTILLO flute, Giorgio CLEMENTELLI acoustic guitar, Mauro MONTOBBIO electric and classic guitars, Luca GROSSO drums, Lorenzo FELICIATI bass, Riccardo ROMANO piano, Danilo CHIARELLA bass, Maurizio MIRABELLI drums. Special gvest appearance by Joanna “Jo” LEHMANN HACKETT and Francesco DI GIACOMO.


And so, once again under the independent flag of "TRP Records", the creator, composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer of the Pro(G)ject, releases "IV - Beaten Paths Different Ways", a 13- track in three parts : unpublished, rearranged (and / or replayed), sung. Hence, the title of the fourth chapter of the “TRP” saga. Starting from the cover of the album, designed by Vincenzo Ricca‘s wife, Maria Grazia, which is something different from previous artworks inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s "Starry Night".


We find all the artists who contributed to the three albums, for the first time gathered in a single album, which is thus embellished with the unmistakable sounds of Steve Hackett‘s electric guitars, the narrating voice of his wife, Jo Lehmann, the magical flute of his brother, John Hackett, the pianistic romanticism of the first keyboardist of the Hackett Band, Nick Magnus, the unmistakable narration of the late Francesco di Giacomo (Banco), the more than unique fretless bass by Richard Sinclair (Caravan, Camel, Hatfield and the North), the phantasmagoric winds of David Jackson (Van Der Graaf Generator), the bass "a la Squire" and more by Billy Sherwood (YES, Circa), the fantastic electric violin by David Cross (King Crimson). Alongside these giants of progressive rock another excellent presence: Bernardo Lanzetti (PFM, Acqua Fragile). Alongside these Prog Rock Giants, the best promises, now kept, of new progressive: Franck Carducci, Jerry Cutillo (OAK), Daniele Pomo (RaneStrane), Riccardo Romano (RaneStrane), Roberto Vitelli (Ellesmere, Taproban), Mauro Montobbio (Narrow Pass), Paolo Ricca, Giorgio Clementelli, Lorenzo Feliciati, Danilo Chiarella and Maurizio Mirabelli.


Although Vincenzo Ricca‘s "romantic prog" has so far been proposed and distinguished with three albums all consisting of exclusively instrumental pieces, this time five songs are sung. The baptism of this new phase takes place with the song performed by Bernardo Lanzetti: his legendary voice represents the real surprise in the collective of masters of progressive rock that has always revolved around the project. In just over an hour of music we find thirteen songs, three unpublished, four in the new sung version, and the remaining six in which the contributions of the great artists of this fantastic project are made even more effective.



I) ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROME (V. Ricca/S. Hackett) 3‘:49”
II) BEATEN PATHS (V. Ricca/B. Lanzetti) 5:13”
III) VERTICAL ILLVSION (V. Ricca/S. Hackett/P. Ricca) 4‘:40”
Part II - The Rearranged and Vocal Tracks
IV) APRIL 21st, 753 b. C. (V. Ricca/P. Ricca) 6:49”
V) CARACALLA‘S DREAM (V. Ricca/R. Sinclair) 4:27”
VI) REFLECTIONS (V. Ricca/J. Hackett) 5‘:35”
VII) A MANKIND HERITAGE (V. Ricca/D. Jackson) 4‘:15”
VIII) OF FATE AND GLORY (V. Ricca /S. Hackett/J. Lehmann Hackett) 6:22”
IX) S.P.Q.R. (V. Ricca/S. Hackett) 4‘:48”
X) THE ORACLE (V. Ricca/D. Cross) 4‘:05”
XI) 476 a.C. (Song For Wetton) (V. Ricca/D. Cross) 5‘:39”
XII) INVICTVS (V. Ricca/D. Jackson) 5:12”
XIII) PROEMIVM (Symphonic Version) (N. Magnus) 2‘:16”

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