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review from Wonderous Stories

In tutta sincerità, devo ammettere una cosa: a distanza di quasi dieci anni dall’esordio, e dopo quattro album via via sempre più complessi e ambiziosi, l’opera di Nicola Randone a cui mi sento tuttora più legato è proprio il suo primo lavoro solista, quel Morte di un amore in cui era presente la delicata e… Continua a leggere

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Interview with Nicola Randone

INTERVIEW WITH NICOLA RANDONE (Source) By Torodd Fuglesteg, Andrea Parentin and Jim Russell Your biography has been covered in your ProgArchives profile so let’s bypass the biography details. But which bands were you influenced by? Certainly for me, the influence of romantic prog was crucial for what concerns the aspect of music composition and lyrics as well.… Continua a leggere

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review from Vitaly Menshikov from Progressor

FIVE STARS Prolusion. RANDONE is a modern Italian band, led by singer and keyboardist extraordinary Nicola Randone. “Linea Di Confine”, their fifth album, is issued in two versions: as a full-format book (which I can’t read, as I don’t speak Italian), with a CD inserted into the pocket on the inside of its cover, and… Continua a leggere

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review from Tarcisio Moura (Prog Archives)

After the ambitious work Hybla Act I, italian singer/songwriter/multi instrumentist Nicola Randone comes back with another concept album. Linea Di Confine has a more simplier approach than on the previous efford, but it is equally as good, if not better than everything else Randone has done so far. it is a long CD (almost 79… Continua a leggere

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review from Conor Fynes (Prog Archives)

Staying in check with the typical album-length ‘suite,’ which Randone first explored in ‘Nuvole Di Ieri,’ ‘Hybla’ takes a massive amount of different musical ideas, and throws them all together into a piece of music that ends up being much more cohesive and memorable than one might expect. Without a doubt the highlight of Randone’s… Continua a leggere

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review from Conor Fynes (Prog Archives)

Beginning his career under his full name, this album is understandably more centered around the talents of multi-instrumentalist Nicola Randone than on latter, more group-oriented releases. While very clearly being influenced by older Italian progressive groups and the likes of space-rock era Pink Floyd, Randone makes an impressive first effort with ‘Morte Di Un Amore,’… Continua a leggere

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Conor Fynes from Prog Archives

Hailing from Italy is another great offering from one of the world’s most prolific regional prog music scenes. As mild mannered and personable as any man you will meet, Nicola Randone introduced me to his musical world with his latest album, ‘Linea Di Confine,’ which after repeated listens, blew me away and left me wanting… Continua a leggere

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Conor Fynes from Prog Archives

It seems that every band at some point in their career, comes out with an album that while not necessarily distinguishing itself in terms of quality, is decidedly different from the others in some aspect. With the third chapter in the musical saga of Nicola Randone, a much more laid back and song-based approach to… Continua a leggere

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Hans Ravensbergen from ProgWereld

Bij Progwereld hebben wij de wijsheid niet in pacht. Het zal menigeen vast verbazen, maar na bijna tien jaar moet dit hoge woord er maar eens uit. Zo, pffff, héhé, dat lucht op… Ook wij gluren wel eens over de schutting van ons progressieve tuintje in het perceel van de buren. Daar hebben wij geen… Continua a leggere

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