Manzari resta ancora per qualche anno nell'ambiente musicale come turnista, suonando tra gli altri con Domenico ModugnoAlan Sorrenti e Nada. Nel la rivista musicale Raro! Nel Gianni Leone tenta di riorganizzare la formazione di Ys Rexy Running Out Of Time, ma si imbatte nel disinteresse degli altri membri originali.
Pertanto, resuscita l'antico nome attorno a un trio completato da Romolo Amici al basso e Ugo Vantini Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys batteria, entrambi ex componenti dei Divaeband romana di new Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys che aveva ospitato il tastierista nel proprio esordio discografico Determinazionedel L'ultima uscita discografica del gruppo risale alcon il DVD Live in Romeedito dalla genovese Black Widow, testimonianza di un concerto romano con un organico completato da Adolfo Ramundo alla batteria e Marco Capozi al basso nel quale sono presenti ben 4 inediti: Napoli SotterraneaDeliquio ViolaCertezze fragiliL'Emofago.
Il Balletto di Bronzo attualmente continua a fare concerti, sia in Italia che all'estero, riscuotendo grandissimo successo. Nel Lino Ajello e Marco Cecioni, di ritorno da Stoccolma, riformano la loro versione del Balletto di Bronzo con nuovi musicisti, pur lasciando i diritti sull'utilizzo del nome a Gianni Leone.
Il tastierista partecipa comunque alle registrazioni di Cuma D. Despite breaking up in the early s, Il Balletto di Bronzo continued to exert an influence, mostly on the strength of their second album. The album Ys has been reissued at different times in Italy, Korea and Japan.
In the late s, Gianni Leone reformed the band as a trio, recording the live album Trys. This incarnation of the band Simon Garfunkel Simon And Garfunkels Greatest Hits with a rotating roster, Leone being the sole constant.
From Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys, the free encyclopedia. Ancora oggi Gianni Leone, nei suoi concerti, esegue integralmente la suite dell'album, con applaudite performance in GiapponeMessico e Cile. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Album successivo Il re del castello. Portale Rock progressivo : accedi alle voci di Wikipedia che trattano Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys Rock progressivo. Keyboardist and singer Gianni Leone used the Il Balletto di Bronzo moniker for what is essentially a solo album - he is the only original member of the group in participation.
Obviously the main draw here is going to be the live rendering of that group's seminal album, Ys. Unfortunately, there is about twenty minutes of filler to sit through while waiting Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys it. This version however is an industrial-tinged creepfest - any redeeming qualities of the original are completely obliterated and replaced with a cheap facsimile.
This seriously sounds like music played by robots. Once the Ys Pierre Edouard Decimus Manno begins we see that Gianni Leone's voice has not aged that well but he has managed to amass an amazing collection of throwaway digital synthesizers and effects pedals, all of which will be used ad Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys. The sound is a lot like like what Yes Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys doing circa Keys to Ascension, which permeated most of the mid-nineties and is the main reason I try to avoid that period of Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys music.
If you like that sound then this may be your cup of tea, but it assuredly isn't mine. My main complaint is the utter ruination of a masterpiece such as Ys, and the decision to record and release it. The only positives I can find are the sound Moodymann Pitch Black City Reunion which is quite goodand the competent drumming of Ugo Vantini.
Other than that, Trys should be avoided at all costs. Review by Negoba Prog Reviewer. I have a strange appetite for dark, somewhat gothic music. I've acquired my share of vampiric albums over the years and alongside Comus' First Utterance, Univers Zero's Heresie, and Arachnoid's self titled album, I would put YS on the list of the best 70's horror prog. Il Balletto Di Bronzo's magnum opus, while still certainly still RPI, transcends the genre and Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys is one of the jewels of the dark music realm.
Singer and keyboardist Gianni Leone clearly runs the show here, with warbly synth sounds alternating time with harpsichord, nasty church organs, celeste, and even a little piano. The pace varies widely from wide open plodding sections to frenetic racing interludes. Always though is the dark mood, a sense of looming danger, of moonlight and cold.
Guitarist Lino Ajello's tone is icy and sharp, and often quite chaotic. The bass tone is big and round just Il Balletto Di Bronzo Ys way I like mine and occupies a big share of the mix. Drums are organic and lively. While the tone and mood really demand attention, the compositional elements are quite strong on this album. The intertwining lines that open the Epilogo are especially tasty to this prog lovers ears. The band also clearly has some strong jazz roots with the rhythm section using walking bass over swing beats on the wonderfully deranged "Terzo.
While the whole album is good, the last two songs are easily my favorite. I exclude the throwaway bonus track which adds nothing but time to the disc. This is probably my third favorite of my RPI albums, very very good but still not quite a masterpiece. But if you like really dark prog, this may be a must get. There is some misunderstanding about what exactly this release is. They went to Polygram studios in Milan in and recorded part of their masterwork, Ys.
The band wanted to record in English--I am sure they realized the incredible boundaries their composition would push, and thus wanted to ensure widespread release. They recorded at least two parts of Ys, which we have here on this mini album.
Polygram heard these songs and realized that they had a monster on their hands.
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