Sleepless

SKU: 201406
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F2 Music
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Progressive Rock
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"Polish vocalist discovered by the very productive keyboardist Clive Nolan (Pendragon, Shadowland), Agnieszka Świta entered the world of neo-prog by going on board the rock opera project Caamora. She has a particular delicate and pleading voice – sometimes with a more than welcome “tremolo” –    blending the passion of operatic singers and the aversion of punk vocalists (think Nina Hagen).

The music on ‘Sleepless’ is without compromises, a melodic progressive rock with fiery guitars, explosive drums and orchestral keyboards. From the sweet “Borderland” to the pounding “Code Of Humans” through the reflective “Disclosure”, the band navigates on various emotional seas, without ever losing sight of the listener’s pleasure and attention.

Agnieszka delivered with ‘Sleepless’ an album where you can sense all the musicians’ inspiration and experience for a majestic work of art. The involvement of her pal of Caamora, Clive Nolan, shows a great mutual respect towards each other, and it was only justice made to her to lend a hand in this very first album, that, as you understood, is highly reommended, whatever your musical tastes." - Prog-Sphere

Line-up:

* Agnieszka Świta (Caamora, Clive Nolan) – vocals
* Clive Nolan (Pendragon, Arena, Caamora) – keyboards, orchestrations, backing vocals
* Steve Harris (Ark, Paul Menel Band) – guitars
* Andy Faulkner (Jump, Twelfth Night) – bass
* Dave Mackintosh (Dragon Force) – drums

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  • Someday Claudio Simonetti is going to start looking forward and not over his shoulder.  Daemonia is the worthy successor to Goblin, working in similar territory - perhaps too close as it seems that the agenda of the band is to record and perform newer, heavier, arrangements of classic Goblin material.  In this case the quartet tackles two classic Goblin soundtracks: Dawn Of The Dead and Zombi.  In addition you get new recordings of 3 classic Goblin tracks.
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  • "I once heard Robert Fripp interviewed on a late-night radio show in 1972/73 just prior to the release of Starless and Bible Black. He said, 'I'm thinking of forming a duo with David (Cross), our violin player, and touring England in this much-abbreviated form.' Keeping King Crimson on the road, he said, was an expensive enterprise.Over forty years later Cross and Fripp release their first duo album, Starless Starlight (Noisy Records, 2015). Starless Starlight is a triumph reminding a listener of the regal power of the third version of King Crimson. On the cover-notes Cross states that he began the theme and Fripp completed it. Some years later Fripp recorded two Soundscape improvisations, Starlight I and Starlight II. Each track on the current album is built with direct reference to the Starless theme either featuring Cross soloing over the soundscapes, or solo soundscapes alone.The spacious Starless Starlight Loops begins on a single D which eventually resolves to the G Aeolian pitch centre. The drooping, semitonal cell of the theme is always present even though the actual theme doesn't appear till 3.00. Then a chordal ground subsumes the texture: Gm - Gm/F - Eb maj.7 - Gm/D with the Starless theme virtuosically explored in the solo violin. Eventually a stripped version of the theme appears in the guitar: Bb-A-F-D.In the Shadow is essentially a monody over held G octaves. The Gm - Eb harmony reasserts itself.Shine and Fall has an oscillating D - F motif at its core with a pulsing A/Bb/C cluster giving the music momentum. Here the Starless theme is played by Fripp using the 'orange' tone apparently suggested to him by Brian Eno. Eb - C - D in the bass part eventually resolves to G and A - Bb bend of the theme is softly explored in the guitar part.The original Starless theme - the original mellotron part  beginning - is placed at the centre of the structure. The open texture allows us to hear the music afresh.One By One, the Stars Were Going Out follows with its slow oscillating fifths (G/C - A/D). The violin adds the third of the chord to make full, displaced triads eventually resolving to F major at two places in the structure.Fear of Starlight again has the oscillating D - F which corresponds to No. 3. The 'orange' guitar timbre is heard again over a John Foxx-like texture.Starless Trio is largely soundscapes alone referencing the Bb - A - F - D motif of No. 1 and the whole is more virtuosic and dramatic.Sure of the Dark ends the album and is the most harmonically-varied piece on the album.I like the dark lightness of Starless Starlight very much. It sounds English to me which is a rare commodity in today's world, referring to both Vaughan Williams and John Tavener but in a more contemporary mould. The album is a valuable contribution to the soundscape and improvisation genre. Special mention should also be made of David Cross's and Tony Lowe's fine production work." - Andrew Keeling
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