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Sounds from the Notebook - The Demo Sessions

Alessandro Del Vecchio

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1.1
The Road to Nowhere
Alessandro Del Vecchio
5:15
1.2
Through
Alessandro Del Vecchio
3:54
1.3
Back on My Trail
Alessandro Del Vecchio
4:14
1.4
Set the World on Fire
Alessandro Del Vecchio
3:29
1.5
Edge of Tomorrow
Alessandro Del Vecchio
5:38
1.6
Fever Dreams
Alessandro Del Vecchio
4:26
1.7
Take You Home
Alessandro Del Vecchio
4:12
1.8
Turn Back Time
Alessandro Del Vecchio
4:06
1.9
Power of Music
Alessandro Del Vecchio
4:26
1.10
Who Did You Run To
Alessandro Del Vecchio
4:45
1.11
Promised Land
Alessandro Del Vecchio
3:54
1.12
Where Will We Go from Here
Alessandro Del Vecchio
4:30
Total Playing Time    52:49
Alessandro Del Vecchio releases a series of demoes for his fans during quarantine. Del Vecchio is an Italian multi-instrumentalist and producer, best known for his collaborations with hard rock and heavy metal artists such as Jørn Lande, Revolution Saints, Hardline, Fergie Frederiksen, Ted Poley, Kelly Keeling and Mat Sinner, and for his work as the in-house producer for Neapolitan record label Frontiers Music SRL.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Records s.r.l. Studio Masters

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