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Past to Present Show RICHARD SINCLAIR in Rome, WITH -Notturno Concertante - The Coastliners -
Famous English bassist, guitarist and singer, in the 70s he founded historic Canterbury area groups such as Caravan and Hatfield And The North, played in the legendary Camel by Andy Latimer and Peter Bardens, played in Robert Wyatt's masterpiece Rock Bottom and in numerous parallel projects between jazz-rock, progressive and acoustic music. The success of Caravan's third album In the Land of Gray and Pink was such that this album has never gone out of production since 1971, when it was released on the market.
The start of what will later be called "The Canterbury Scene" sees a XNUMX-year-old Richard found, with his brothers Hugh and Brian Hopper, the first Canterbury band, the seminal and influential The Wilde Flowers, born from a rib of Daevid Allen Trio. This band was joined by Robert Wyatt, Pye Hastings, Kevin Ayers, Richard Coughlan, David Sinclair and Graham Flight, among others.
From this first nucleus all the main Canterbury groups such as Soft Machine, Caravan and Gong have arisen, but above all, more than 35 years of wonderful original and eccentric music have sprung, with a stimulating and often melancholy timbre, full of inventiveness, a combination of jazz, folk music, classical music, Anglican sacred hymns, rock and psychedelia.
The original albums, starting with Richard's first album with Caravan, which dates back to 1968, have all been reissued and put back on the market. In 2005, with the release of the highly anticipated Hatfield and the North collection entitled Hatwise Choice, the Richard Sinclair Band has certainly evolved, including new instrumentalists such as percussionist Pip Pyle (recently deceased) and keyboardist Alex Maguire.
I NIGHT CONCERTANT
The Notturno Concertante is a group that has seven CDs to its credit, recently released the new album entitled "Let them say". Among the numerous collaborations of the group, the publication of the song "Nocturne" as part of the Double Exposure compilation, edited by Steven Wilson. Former Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips participated in this compilation, among others.
The group has also soundtracked various radio stories by the writer Giovanna Iorio for Radio 3 Rai.
In addition, the Notturno Concertante has collaborated with Tony Pagliuca (keyboard player of the Orme), with the Bolognese poet Stefano Benni, with the winner of the Campiello prize Andrea Tarabbia and with the actresses Lina Sastri, Pamela Villoresi, Daniela Poggi e Barbara Alberti.
The historical members of the Notturno Concertante are Lucio Lazzaruolo guitars and keyboards and the guitarist Raffaele Villanova.
Il Notturno Concertante wrote and performed the music for several films including "The Last Goal" (directed by Federico Di Cicilia) and for the documentary "With my eyes" by the director Giorgio Rights (2013).
He has also composed the music for the series “The clinic of animals” (by Tania Pedroni, Canale 5, 2002), Terra e fede (Rai 2, 2002). The group recently performed several concerts with the Scottish singer Ray Wilson (Eg genesis).
THE COASTLINERS - Genesis tribute band
The band 'The Coastliners' is active in Fiumicino and dedicates its work to the performance of the Genesis songs, especially from the 'progressive' period, the legendary 70s.
Historically the band was born in Ostia with the name of 'Globus' in 1977, and performed for about a decade, after a thirty-year break, in 2010 there was the 'Reunion' at the Salsedine di Fiumicino, the new headquarters of the group, where some of the founding members and the new elements currently reside.
Since 2014, with the entry of the new solo voice and the flute and second voice, the band has been refounded and renamed 'The Coastliners', precisely because of its location on the coastal territory with the reference to the song from the Foxtrot album.
2016 sees the entry of the current solo guitar after various collaborations.
The band is now a reality in the Italian Genesis band tribute scene having performed at the most famous Roman venues and also doing some tours in some of the most important cities in Italy.
Andrea D'Ettore: transverse flute, backing vocals
Angelo Catania: solo voice
Daniele Gardon: bass, guitar, bass pedal
Fabio Loppi: keyboards, guitar
Giorgio Cocanari: drums
Paolo Menichetti: solo guitar
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