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Women

by Roman Riccio

Shown in his debut solo album is Roman's ability to pick a genre and become it, and in this case Roman has produced modern folk-rock.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Falling for You
2:28 $0.99
2. There for Me
2:34 $0.99
3. Baby Don't Stop
2:45 $0.99
4. Cloud Nine
3:02 $0.99
5. Waiting
2:49 $0.99
6. Kick Your Car
2:20 $0.99
7. A Question Never Asked
3:25 $0.99
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8. Here Comes the Rain Again
3:18 $0.99
9. I Can See It Your Way
2:32 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced by Roman Riccio

Co-produced by Pat Riccio Jr. & Brad Park

Executive Producer: Keith White

Recorded and mixed entirely on Logic Audio at Sunflower Studios, ON, Canada.

Photography & Graphic Design: Vicki Sloot

Songs composed by Roman Riccio except “There For Me” which is by Roman Riccio & Pat Riccio Jr., “Cloud Nine” which is by Roman Riccio & Snappy Homefry, and “Here Comes The Rain Again” which is by Annie Lennox & David A. Stewart. “A Question Never Asked" is arranged by Roman Riccio & Tomas A. Guzman.

Musicians appearing on this album are as follows;
Drums: Brad Park
Bass: Roman Riccio
Rhodes: Roman Riccio
Guitars: Roman Riccio
Lapsteel: Christine Bougie
Lead Guitar: Christine Bougie
Lead Guitar: Cameron Clark
Piano: Pat Riccio Jr.
Organ: Pat Riccio Jr.
Backup Vocals: Dawn Langstroth

CBC Radio has featured Roman and his CD “WOMEN” and said, “[Roman] really has a signature voice……this is a compelling debut album”, and “Roman’s record is just the kind of thing CBC likes”.

"I have been listening to Roman Riccio’s music for over a decade and I have heard him play every style from rock to jazz to dance to folk. Even hip-hop has not fallen outside of his taste and range when he was developing beats for local rhyming wordsmiths. Therefore there has never been any doubt that Roman Riccio is anything but enormously talented, and now he has only reinforced that fact. What shows in his debut solo album, Women is his ability to pick a genre and become it. In this case, Roman has become modern folk-rock. Women presents itself as a complete thought with all its ideas and arguments carefully planned and crafted, as can only be done by a true student of song structure. The album was constructed such that one song flows into the next bringing back to music the concept of a true album, rather string of singles. I wouldn’t hesitate to say that we hear a modern James Taylor or Jim Croce when we listen to Mr. Riccio’s first of many new musical projects, except that next he will probably hit us with an outstanding funk, rock or jazz album that will embody many of the same great characteristics that we hear on Women. Fans of intelligent music would be doing themselves a disservice not to pick up Roman Riccio’s Women or keep their ears open for more music and more variety from Roman in the near future." – Brodie B. Christ

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