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Ultreia Review

review from Olav Martin Bjørnsen (House of Prog)

Italian project RANDONE is the creative vehicle of composer and musician Nicola Randone, and first appeared on the scene in 2002 with the album “Morte Di Un Amore”. Since then Randone has been a stable and active creator of music, with one collection, a DVD and 6 studio albums released under this moniker to date.… Continua a leggere

General Review/Randone

Amarcord con Nicola Randone (Free Time n° 45)

Compositore, cantante e musicista. Una personalità poliedrica, profondamente legato alla sua città, Ragusa, anche se in alcuni momenti della sua vita ha vissuto fuori per cercare spunti importanti da tradurre in note, parole e melodie. Nicola Randone è l’anima della band ‘Randone’ che ha realizzato importanti composizioni che, per loro stessa definizione, non hanno una… Continua a leggere

Ultreia Review

Review from Didier Gonzalez (Highlands 72)

Apparu sur la scène italienne en 2003 avec NUVOLE DI IERI, Nicola RANDONE a poursuivi sa carrière en publiant RICORDO en 2004, puis HYBLA ACT 1 en 2005. Après cette trilogie, RANDONE remet le couvert en 2009 avec la parution de LINEA DI CONFINE, avant de réapparaître en 2014 avec ce récent ULTREIA. Si Nicola… Continua a leggere

Ultreia Review

review from Peter Patti (Topolain)

Occorreva raccontare il Cammino di Santiago e l’impulso che spinge una persona ad affrontare un pellegrinaggio del genere, le speranze, gli incontri, la stanchezza e anche i “flash” di stampo buddhista, più che paleocristiano, che intercorrono al viandante durante i tanti chilometri che lui, volontariamente, macina fino ad arrivare al santuario di Santiago di Compostela.… Continua a leggere

Ultreia Review

review from Athanasios (Prog Archives)

I am unforgiven, I know – this review comes with great delay but time seems to be running with great pace, even if you are on the Camino de Santiago. Randone’s “Ultreia” is my first experience with the band and one of the few with modern RPI. It is based on Nicola Randone’s experience of… Continua a leggere

Ultreia Review

Review from Guillermo (Prog Archives)

This Italian Progressive Rock Band (from Sicily) is led by singer / main songwriter /acoustic guitarist/ keyboard player / programmer Nicola Randone, who some months ago sent me a private message in the Prog Archives Forums with an announcement of the availability of this, their new album called ‘Ultreia’, which was released in 2014. I… Continua a leggere

Randone/Ultreia Review

Review from Apostolis (Prog Archives)

In 2012 Randone released independently the archival album ”Single and unreleased”, containing the three cuts, with which the band participated in various prog compilations, plus two cover songs from the repertoire of Le Orme and Peter Gabriel.Nicola Randone started working on a trilogy called ”Canzoni sulla via”, the first part of which was to be… Continua a leggere

Recensioni/Ultreia Review

Review from Luca (Prog Archives)

Good music, a skilled band and very good songs, but this time what matters more is the concept. Journey. This is what the first act of this trilogy is about. A bit of history can help the understanding. St. James (Sanctus Jacopus in Latin) becomes Sant’Iago in Spanish. Centuries ago he walked to the actual… Continua a leggere

Ultreia Review

review from Darryl (prog Archives)

This is the first album I have heard from this Italian group named after founder Nicola Randone. Ultreia is the first in a trilogy of albums. This was inspired by a trip through the Pyrenes mountains on the border of France and Spain. The band has been around since the early 2000s and I watched… Continua a leggere

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