The Venetian | I Wanna Tell You A Story

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I Wanna Tell You A Story

by The Venetian

Mix between rock and opera. If you like Queen, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Muse and..Pavarotti you're in the right place.
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. Act I
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2. Goodbye
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3. Act II
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4. The Black Cat
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5. Act III
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6. My Good Friend
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7. Act IV
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8. Sometimes
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9. Act V
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10. Dancing Angel
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11. Act VI
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12. My Sweet Italian Pie
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13. Act VII
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14. I Wanna Tell You I'm Sorry
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15. Act VIII
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16. Soft Snow
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17. Lullaby
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18. Overture
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A guy from Italy and his vision. He comes to Los Angeles from the country of love, pizza and music. As we all know opera music was born in Italy, and rock in the US; so he decides to put together the 2 in a way nobody did before."The Venetian" is born; a band that you don't wanna miss. The show it's a whole concept, where all the songs are connected each other by a common theme (love VS death). English rock songs that remind of Queen and Muse with in between some Acts -opera style where the language used is Italian- to connect musically better each songs and to make the whole thing more interesting. Not enough, the show is a real "show" with masks and make up on stage that will make you believe you're at the carnival in Venice.


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Wildy's World

Impressive Narrative, Strong Vocals, Imaginative Album
The Venetian isn’t so much a band as a force majeure. Digging into the band’s past leads to more questions than answers. Somewhere out there is a singer/songwriter who delights in blending the early roots of music and opera with the raw blend of rock and roll. He is The Venetian, and his album is called I Wanna Tell You A Story.
From a songwriting experience, I Wanna Tell You A Story is very much up and down. “Goodbye” and “Dancing Angel” are tremendously vibrant rock and roll numbers while exploring disparate timbres and sounds. The mischievous rock waltz instrumental “Soft Snow” is brilliant, sounding as if it were inspired by the Gypsy violin style of Stephane Grappelli. “Lullaby” is the closer; where all of the son’s struggles for understanding finally resolve in a song in which he reaches out and touches the soul of his father. It’s a wonderfully uplifting moment both in poetry and song, and draws the entire experience e together. “My Black Cat” is also a treat, bringing a slinky, cool jazz feel to the proceedings.

Sean

Amazing
The Venetian is incredibly unique. Songs like 'Dancing Angel' have powerful melodies with creative musical arrangements. 'I Wanna Tell You A Story' is the greatest rock opera of the 21st century.