Donato Dozzy - One Instrument Sessions 05 - ElMuelle1931
Donato Dozzy - One Instrument Sessions 05 - ElMuelle1931
Donato Dozzy - One Instrument Sessions 05 - ElMuelle1931
Donato Dozzy - One Instrument Sessions 05 - ElMuelle1931
Donato Dozzy - One Instrument Sessions 05 - ElMuelle1931
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Donato Dozzy - One Instrument Sessions 05

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One Instrument /  Germany / 2019

For the fifth release on Grand River’s experimental label, One Instrument; synthesizer maestro Donato Dozzy gifts us with an incredible, psychedelic 38-minute journey.

“Slow Train” has been created using the EMS Synthi AKS, an extraordinary and rare portable modular analog synthesizer, first manufactured in 1972.

'One Instrument Sessions - Donato Dozzy' highlights the artist's most experimental side on what will be his 7th studio album. These tracks are the honest outcome from a long and intimate engagement with the instrument which were produced in his San Felice Circeo studio during an “altered state” night in October 2013.

The resulting music is one of fluid continuity; Dozzy’s most extensive, vigorous and determined application of real-time studio recording to date.
The intensity of both parts of “Slow Train” are comparable to a mindfulness experience in which the listener’s perception of reality slows down enabling every small detail of the sound to become alive and increasingly vivid.

Composed and produced by Donato Scaramuzzi
Mastered by Giuseppe Tillieci at Enisslab Studio, Rome
Original artwork by Koto Hirai

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