Corrado Rossi & Syngularity | Constellations

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by Corrado Rossi & Syngularity

A Tribute to The Alan Parsons Project's music. No cover songs here, but only tracks composed and produced in the spirit of the world of The Alan Parsons Project. A great collaboration with musicians from Germany, UK, Spain, Australia, USA and Italy.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Continuum
Corrado Rossi
3:39 $0.99
2. Mercury Sunrise
5:15 $0.99
3. Pegasus
Corrado Rossi
4:59 $0.99
4. Day By Day
Corrado Rossi
5:58 $0.99
5. On the Way
0:52 $0.99
6. Aurora
Corrado Rossi
6:50 $0.99
7. Enceladus
5:49 $0.99
8. Just a Game
4:05 $0.99
9. The Phone Call
Corrado Rossi
1:10 $0.99
10. Constellations
5:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
Corrado has an extensive background in both Classical music and electronic music technologies. After the Classical studies and the Piano Degree he started to dedicate his spare time to hard-disk recording and Ambient & Soundtrack music, composing unique instrumental pieces with a blend of piano, guitars, synths, bass and chill-out rhythms and arrange them to the final product. He still continues composing new Piano solo songs.

Syngularity is a "virtual band" of the modern age, created by musicians with a little help by the internet high speed ways... Pascal Gregory started in 1997 with a couple of melodic electronica tracks. His partner Minouche joined soon as co-writer and arranger, and Minouche is also responsible for instrumentals like "Hyperion" (also known as "Sensual Moves") in 2004. This track was among the winners of a competition of - Jon Lord was a member of the jury - , and was chosen as a part of the musical background for the exhibition "Olympia, Art and Greece" at the Airport Gallery in Frankfurt a. M., Germany, August 2004. Sometimes they touch the symphonic/soundtrack genre, and they also love to include elements of rock and a special sound design. International singers and instrumentalists are always involved, and they enjoy working together with all these talented artists who help them to keep the musical output colourful and fresh.



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Fantastic job!
Absolutely a fantastic job! Perfectly produced, marvelously played, well thought and organized, reminded me a lot of Alan Parsons works... if only they would have made a new album, as all here is original (I would know otherwise, I have EVERYTHING that Alan Parsons ever played hehe)!
I specially loved the singed "Day by Day", the instrumental start of "Continuum" and "Constellations", the sax of "Pegasus" and the atmospheres of "Aurora", "Enceladus" and "Mercury Sunrise"... really every track has something that made me love it and make of this one of my preferred albums! :)

Pascal G. Niemeier

Timeless Constellations...
"Constellations" is such a fine concept album, including one of my All-Time favorites - "Day by Day", dedicated to Corrado's dear Son Davide. I'm so grateful that I was allowed to be part of that awesome project, and I really would love to recommend this album to all listeners of the soundtrack genre, and to fans of ambient electronica and symphonic progressive rock as well!

Bob Forbes

Excellent Performances!
Wow, what a fantastic CD! So glad I found this and now have it! Very much like Alan Parsons - he would be pleased at this compilation! Two thumbs way up!

Bob Forbes

Awesome selection!
Wow, what a great CD! Superb musicianship that Alan Parsons himself would be in awe over! Glad I got this!

Anna Lorenzi

An awesome Tribute, each song reminds me of the great Alan Parsons Project's music but in a new and classy style...
Great Progressive Rock, Pop and Electronic music; beautiful Orchestra and Piano lines...
A beautiful work that I reccomend to all the Alan Parsons fans!!