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  • Audio CD (August 6, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fantasy
  • ASIN: B00CTCI3JC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,427 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Normally, when a few close friends get together to jam, they usually spend half the time in the garage talking about how they could make it big. When those friends happen to be members of Tool, Pigmy Love Circus and a mix of the most accomplished musicians around, who ve played with the likes of Don Henley, Rick Springfield and Alice Cooper, you get a somewhat different conversation. Volto! delivers a hypnotic mix of experimental jazz, rock, fusion, prog and blues. Their self-produced album, Incitare, set for release on July 23rd via Fantasy Records, features nine original instrumental pieces, recorded and mixed by Joe Barresi (Tool, Queens of the Stone Age, Bad Religion, Weezer, Melvins) at Tool s Loft Studio.

Volto! s radical fusion is impossible to classify. Guitarist John Ziegler cites influences such as Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis, but the band clearly draws heavily from the art rock, tribal, space jazz, metal genres. The music is rhythmic, driving and magnetic, thanks to the expert play of group members Danny Carey (drummer), Lance Morrison (bassist) and Jeff Babko (keyboardist). The album s artwork will feature a piece from Danny s art collection by the famous underground, psychedelic artist Rick Griffin, designed together with art contributions by Tool guitarist Adam Jones.

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This album is everything I've always wished I could write!
Michael Fell
John's playing is a brilliant skein of textures, wonderfully emotive and full of fireworks.
J. Skaggs
I really enjoy the fusion of different musical influences in this album however.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Skaggs on August 7, 2013
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Those of us who made the monthly pilgrimage to La Vee Lee, and then later to the Knitting Factory and The Baked Potato, to witness an equal amount of hijinks and sonic mayhem occur as VOLTO!, fueled by kamikazes, evolved from a cover band playing an equal amount of fusion and rock classics to a creative ensemble. A decade flies by when you're having fun. And the proof of it is now in our hands with Incitare.

The result is the best kind of time travel: a tribute to the fusion forebearers rendered with love, respect and solid performances. The sticker on the shrink wrap reminds us that Incitare was recorded, mixed, and mastered using analog equipment. It may be the first record in a good long while to give equal credit to said equipment, enough to make an analogphile drool (and just to drive the point home, a tape reel is displayed on the back cover). Truly, only by reprising the classic methodology could such a musical statement be made. For everyone who loves those benchmarks of the genre: Spectrum, Believe It!, Feels Good To Me, Birds of Fire, Private Eyes, Wired, Heavy Weather...this is the record of your dreams. It certainly is of mine, but then again I was lucky enough to experience the band up close as it was evolving.

It would be unfair to make comparisons with Danny's other band and yet there are a few seeming quotations when things come down on the Rock side of the equation; but if you'll indulge me an analogy in regards to his role in this ensemble: if Tool's songs are elaborate arcane temples built to house his power and precision for all time, then VOLTO!'s compositions are constantly shifting chromatic adventures which feature him everywhere in the landscape.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andre S. Grindle TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 8, 2013
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It wasn't too long ago that I was discussing with my friend Henrique about how musicians who are very instrumentally inclined are likely going to gravitate very easily towards the funk/jazz/fusion spectrum-because of the musical challenges it offers the players both individually and collectively. Around the same time I was in my local record haunt Bull Moose Music when I heard music that was a shining example of this very thing playing in the store. I asked an employee what they were playing. And he said that it was this album and told me the name. Of course I had it on immediate pre-order.The most important thing about this unique hybridizing of music is that the recorder/mixer Joe Barresi-known more for his work with Tool,Queens Of The Stone Age and other progressive/metal bands I don't listen to,is credited on this album along with the quartet of musicians who play on it: drummer Danny Carey-from Tool of course,bassist Lance Morrison,guitarist John Ziegler and Jeff Babko on keyboards. Interestingly enough,Barresi's and Carey's connection to Tool was mentioned to me by the Bull Moose employee I spoke to about this album. There's more about these musicians involved in Volto. But first off,what is the music they create?

"Grip It" starts the album with loud,rocked up heavy metal guitar from Ziegler before the major/minor fusion chords come in and both Danko on electric piano and Carey's drumming both merge together for some wonderfully rhythmic jamming. The combination of Ziegler's guitars and Dano's keyboards,both heavily put though that glassy reverb process here,gives the same type of jazz fusion sound a strong early 80's new wave/dance rock production edge that extends on a rather unexplored direction instrumental jazz fusion was taking at the time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary W. Bittick on September 21, 2013
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A bit of King Crimson + Tool + Dream Theater. Heavy could be an understatement. All instrumentals, played with a bit of rage at times. I was aware of Danny Carey, but not so much guitarist John Ziegler or bassist Lance Morrison or keyboardist Jeff Babko. Carey has his style; refer to Tool. Ziegler is hot to go on the guitar; cool sounds, cool tones and effects, and fast and distinct fingers. Morrison holds down the bottom, not trying to be the second guitarist. Babko adds color and neat jazzy Rhodes piano, along with more current keyboard effects. I even hear Return To Forever. This is fun of the chest compressions type. Highly recommended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Gayliardi on August 12, 2013
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Enjoyable! Has a Tool feel for sure, but definitely not Tool if thats what your looking for. I highly enjoyed it and recommend!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel F. Nottage on August 9, 2013
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This Album is Amazing! It is great to hear a group of musicians playing and recording right to analog tape. No Pro-Tools here folks. Every song is awesome. Danny Carey's drumming is top notch. I was blown away by John Ziegler's playing also.
I just saw these guys in Boston and it was one of the best shows I have ever seen. They played most of the songs from this album and an amazing cover of Led Zeppelin's "No Quarter" that they jammed on for about an half and hour and it was one of the greatest jams I have ever experienced in my life. I got the Cd and Vinyl copy of this album. I hope we will be seeing them put out another album sometime in the future and also some kind of live Cd or DVD. This Album will be number one on my list this year.
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