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Somewhere in This Universe, Somebody Hits a Drum (ft. Marco Minnemann)

Somewhere in This Universe, Somebody Hits a Drum (ft. Marco Minnemann) by Yuval Ron buy album

Yuval Ron

Label: Wrong Notes Music
Released: 2019
Duration: 51:55
Views: 313

Track Listing

Somewhere in This Universe, Somebody Hits a Drum; Gravitational Lensing; Kuiper Belt; WiFi in Emerald City; The Discovery of Phoebe; I Believe in Astronauts

Personnel

Yuval Ron
Yuval Ron

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Yuval Ron: electric guitar, vocals; Matt Paull: Keyboards; Roberto Badoglio: bass; Marco Minnemann: drums.

Album Description

Guitarist and composer Yuval Ron, joined by drummer Marco Minnemann from The Aristocrats, perform Ron's original music which transcends the boundaries of any specific musical genre. Inspired by a crossover of modern Progressive Rock, Jazz, Fusion, lead guitar, cinematic and orchestral music, it is all well blended into an own fresh and distinct musical direction. The album features virtuosic performances of various compelling and colorful compositions, produced on top of orchestral, some say sci-fi film-like backgrounds, atmospheric soundscapes and various sound effects, drawing the listener into a total electrifying experience. The compositions place a constant emphasis on harmonic richness and rhythmical sophistication as well as some brilliant group musicianship.


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