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Down to the Core

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2014

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

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Average Rating: 85 / 100 (14 ratings)


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Tommy La Verdi lead vocals
Josh Ramos guitars
Michael Shotton drums, backing vocals

Alessandro Del Vecchio keyboards, hammond organ, backing vocals
Nicola Mazzucconi bass, fretless bass
Anna Portalupi bass, fretless bass
Jamie Browne bass
1.  Our Love To Stay     Listen!
2.  Livin 4 a Dream     Listen!
3.  I Can Take You There     Listen!
4.  Never Surrender     Listen!
5.  Almost Over You     Listen!
6.  Shadow of a Man     Listen!
7.  Universal Cry     Listen!
8.  To Be Your Man     Listen!
9.  Down to the Core     Listen!
10.  I Will find My Way     Listen!
11.  Waiting for Love     Listen!
12.  Not One Way To Give     Listen!

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From: 123charpenay Date: March 11, 2014 at 13:57
one more frontiers records project.always the same recipe,alessandro del vecchio recruited some stars of aor and melodic rock,he add his musicians (always the sames) and himself and let s go.i ve nothing against this method,cause it s the occasion to rediscover and to give a new chance to the world of a o r.some project are excellents (first signal,over the edge,hardline,sunstorm, ect ect.others are very average (perfect world for example).the main problem is, that all these projects have the same sound,the same production with the same musicians.at the end it s a little boring.lrs "down to the core" is not a bad record but this album have absoluty nothing extraordinary.it s one more very melodic and very decent a o r.not more.

From: chupeaux Date: May 15, 2014 at 12:06
Mr. 123charpenay, you're very right. I was thinking a lot about your comment...and YEAH, you are so f*ckin' right...but, believe me, for next generations and for us(present music lovers) it's better to have Alessandro's similar AOR bands/projects, because of fact that next generations slowly forget on music(just play the games on facebook) or they listen some dance/f*ckin' pop, without a gram of meaning, soul meaning etc....All the best, 123!

From: 123charpenay Date: May 19, 2014 at 13:38
agree with you chupeaux mr del vecchio have the very big merit to keep the flame of a o r alive.thanx to him even if i m not always fan of all his projects and if his projects are often similars.greeting from france my friend......

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