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Alberto Rigoni


Heavy Prog

3.06 | 11 ratings

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3 stars Alberto Rigoni for those who never heared of him , is the bass player of prog metal band Twinspirits. He release two solo albums under his name, one of them is Rebirth, the second offer. I don't know his first one so I can't make the comparation with. Released in 20011, Rebirth offers a wide palette of sounds, from jazz fusion , prog metal to hard rock. All album is instrumental minus 2 pieces where Jonas Erixon shows his talent on voice. The instrumental passages are ok, the most intrsting are the jazz fusion ones, where his bass lines are realy great, and aswell the keybords added. Also he has a lots of guests here, his mate from Twinspirits - Tommy Ermolli on 2 pieces on guitar, Michael Manring, Gavin Harrison and John Macaluso among others. The pieces are well played, the prog jazzier parts are the best, the more rockier ones, like those with voice are not so excellent but not realy bad, just average prog hard pieces. Anyway he can play a realy nice varations on bass, he has a far more opened spave then on Twinspirits, and the result is a pretty good one , but not fantstic, the mellow parts are little boring for me. No a piece is in front, all are almost at same level. 3 stars for Rebirth, good but nothing realy groundbreaking.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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