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Andrea Bertamino FLASH Magazine writer

NICOLA RANDONE "Morte Di Un Amore" voto: 90 NICOLA RANDONE, siciliano da Ragusa con alle spalle esperienze con la prog band Grey Owl, esordisce da solista con "Morte Di Un Amore" (voto: 90) un’opera ambiziosa, poetica, ben suonata ed arrangiata, dai profondi testi, di difficile catalogazione abbracciando un ampio spettro di sonorità ed influenze sulle… Continua a leggere

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Nigel Wilson Editor of Mood Swings

Tracks: Visioni, Il pentimento di Dio, Tutte le mie stelle, L’infinito, Un cieco, La Giostra, Strananoia, Amore Bianco, Morte di un Amore More Info: www.nicolarandone.com & www.mortediunamore.it Verdict (& Rating): Stylish Italian prog (80%) Nicola Randone is an Italian artist performing progressive music. The songs are sung in his native language. Lyrics are an important… Continua a leggere

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Juriaan Hage Editor of Axiom of Choice

Summary Nicola Randone is a vocalist/songwriter from Italy. He says his style is Italian progressive contaminated with various other music style. The album has a specialwebsite devoted to it. The music Visioni opens the album in typical Italian style. Not really Italian progressive though, although the intermezzo on the keyboards is distinctive enough. Randone has… Continua a leggere

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Christian Solle Editor of Babyblaue – Seiten

Wenn ich jetzt schreibe, dass es sich um italienischen Schlager mit Neoprog- Elementen handelt, wird das dem Werk Randones nicht gerecht. Auch nicht, wenn ich feststelle, dass es sich um ein italienisches Neoprog-Album mit Schlagerelementen handelt. Das deutsche Wort "Schlager" ist einfach zu negativ besetzt. Sagen wir lieber Chanson oder etwas, das dem im Italienischen… Continua a leggere

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Ron Fuchs from Prog Naut

Nicola Randone’s brand of progressive rock is more song based which he fuses other music styles to give a different flavor. There are very straight-forward songs as well as some laced with ethinic origins as there’s some reggae. All songs are sung in Italian but Nicola’s voice almost sounds like an instrument. I tend to… Continua a leggere

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Kimmo Toivonen from Aor Europe

Nicola Randone is a highly talented progressive music artist, and this CD is perfect proof of it. You noticed that I wrote "progressive music" instead of "rock", right? There are a lot of rock elements here, but to call this album a "progressive rock" album wouldn’t be justified. Randone has chosen to sing in his… Continua a leggere

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