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Strange Desire (2)

by Sandro G. Masoni

A driving, quirky, and rather passionate, electric fun song about meeting again after a concert, and feeling... not sure what. An intense instrumental coda is also featured.
Genre: Rock: Glam
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This Sandro G. Masoni's pretty electric new single happily follows the publication of the "Istmi" CD album.
About "Istmi", Oona Linnet wrote:
This album is a real showcase for the creativity and imagination of the talented Italian musician, Sandro G. Masoni. There is over an hour of eclectic music spanning many different genres, making it difficult to classify, yet strangely 'working' as a coherent whole. Opening with the sound of a rainmaker, giving a feel of anticipation, the first track, 'Isles (part I)', becomes surprisingly medieval in flavour with the entry of the guitar, flute and percussion. Such elements of surprise and contrast are totally representative of this album and feature on it heavily throughout. There are gentle love songs, such as `Canti galluresi della Scozia' with its delicately intertwining flute and violin lines. `Il piccolo arcobaleno di ogni lacrima' is a romantic, whimsical instrumental piece with beautiful guitar playing and expressive violin. In `Million-night stand', the lyrical violin returns, interspersed with the vocals in a quirky song with a waltz flavour. In `Canzone degli esuli' the synthisiser and beautifully expressive flute give a ` New Age' feel. In marked contrast, `Silk and Sand' has a much more rock flavour, and `On Avon (part III)' is both hypnotic and improvisatory. The penultimate track is a very engaging cover of the Steve Harley song `Mr Soft', with a touch of cabaret and an interesting Eastern European flavour.

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