Joe Black | The Miner's Tale

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The Miner's Tale

by Joe Black

First album of this italian artist who has been influenced since he was young from the music of the best progressive bands of history. He proposes to his listener a total abandon to the sonorities of the classic progressive rock in modern terms.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Side By Side
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2. Spider Fear
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3. The Miner's Tale
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4. Duet
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5. Colors of Mind
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6. When Gods Were Dreaming On
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Album Notes

Joe Black - Acoustic and Electric Guitar
Bass Guitar, Keyboards and Piano
Backing Vocals

Luca Saja - Drums

Marco Santini - Vocals

Alessandro Di Nardo - Backing Vocals

- Mixed and Mastered at "Red Hair Studio" by Joe BLack
- Drum was recorded at Providence Studio by Flavio Notarfrancesco
- Musics and arrangements by Joe Black except the choirs of
"Side by Side" Spider Fear "and" When Gods Were Dreaming On "
by Alessandro Di Nardo and Joe Black
- Texts by Auro Barabesi except "Side by Side" by Paolo Becci
and "Colors of Mind" by Joe Black
- Roberto Chiostergi solo on "Spider Fear"
- Produced by Joe Black

Thanks to my wife Monica for all the patience he had and my sons Simone and Luca all the time to be taken from them,
Luca Saja for the dedication, commitment and hard to break the mold and try to understand and play my music,
Paul Becci and Auro Barabesi for giving meaning to my English, Alessandro Di Nardo to fill my gaps prog melodies,
Marco Santini for trying to understand my melodies, Roberto Chiostergi for improvised solo
Flavio Notarfrancesco all the time, patience and the advice given in the use of sequencers and plug-ins,
Andrea Celidoni and the music school Musikè from Senigallia, Eugenio Morresi for acoustic guitars, photos by Caterina Cani ©

I dedicate this project to my mother


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