After six studio albums and a live one with Presence, more several collaborations, - some very prestigious - singer Sophya Baccini realizes her first CD as soloist, a concept called "Aradìa". The work faithfully reflects Sophya's career: enriched by a dense rank of guests, it shows a huge and variegated background. What is more, she is also the pianist, arranger and composer of all tracks. Made by a long 13 parts suite, more 4 songs and a Joni Mitchell's cover, "Circle Game", called to close the circle, the CD is immersed in symphonic, dark, sometimes Gothic atmospheres, even thanks to the sound of various acoustic instruments, such violin, piano, accordion, bouzouki, classic guitar, sided by Mellotron, Mini Moog, Modular Moog and vintage synths. All is framed by the mighty harmonies of voices and a beautiful electric guitar. During the listening, you meet the Lino Vairetti's voice (Osanna), the Martin Grice's flute and tenor saxophone (Delirium), the Stefano Vicarelli's Modular Moog (Fonderia), the Ana Torres (Universal Totem Otchestra) and Nona Luna's voices (Iconae), and on drums you find Aurelio Fierro jr. a video track is included as a bonus. An unique disk, an incredible surprise for female Rock - Sophya is a true pioneer of that - and a lashing of energy for all Progressive Music right now.
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