Arti & Mestieri - The Live (2014). ITALY Iano Nicolo - Vocals Marco Roagna - Guitars Gigi Venegoni - Guitars Roberto Puggioni - Bass Beppe Crovella - Hammond, Piano, Mellotron Furio Chirico - Drums. Songs in album Arti & Mestieri - The Live (2014).
Only for completionists (12%). It's actually fairly interesting to hear the Tilt album tracks, though not in the same sequence, in their live versions and pick out the differences, outside the obvious different vocals and the energy level. Most of the tracks are actually slower-paced (whether intentional or not), but oddly enough most of them are shorter (sometimes very significantly) than their studio version, except for the closing Gravity . 1, which almost doubles in length and is also the highlight of the gig with some Crimsonian improvs. The balance is also fairly different as well, thus providing an interesting.
Arti & Mestieri is an Italian band formed in 1974 that has been active off and on since. Their music is a combination of jazz fusion and progressive rock, and their debut album Tilt is highly regarded in the progressive community. View full artist profile.
Is The Live the best album by Arti & Mestieri? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Live by Arti & Mestieri (2013) Release date: 2013-00-00 Overall rank: 71,920th. Accolades: Top albums of 2013 ( 2,281st ). Top albums of the 2010s ( 20,701st ). Best albums of all time ( 71,920th ).
ARTI E MESTIERI Live. Live album · 1990 · Jazz Related Rock. Behind an extremely sober artwork, this album was recorded in the aftermath of Tilt's release (all of the tracks bar one improve are from the album), this is a first-era posthumous release, but there is a significant difference: the presence of a specific singer (Gaza), absent on Tilt, but present on the following studio album. That evening's mood is still more in the Tilt area rather than the coming Giro realm, with the Mahavishnu ghost hovering over the stage, but the mood is more energetic.
In 1979 another Arti & Mestieri album was released, Quinto stato, with an open line-up featuring only Chirico and Gallesi from the original group, with Marco Cimino (keyboards - from Errata Corrige and Esagono), Claudio Montafia (guitar and flute) and other collaborators, more in a mainstream jazz-rock vein, while subsequent releases strongly veered towards fusion. Fourth album, Acquario, is not a live album as declared on the front cover, just a live-in-studio recording. Like its follower, Children's blues, it was released on a small label with local distribution only.